UK 2008 2009 Emergency Preparedness for Aging Training

  • Johnson, Helen (PI)

Grants and Contracts Details


UK will provide training to the eastern half of the state and subcontract with the University of Louisville to meet project objectives for the western half of the state. University of Kentucky project staff shall provide the following services: 1. Create one distance learning module on Using Tatjetop Exercises for Emergency Preparedness with Long Term Care and Aging Services Providers and load onto TRAIN; 2. Conduct up to 6 regional training workshops for at least 150 trainees (600 hours of CE via TRAIN) using face-to-face and distance learning training modalities, tatje-top exercises, and other training strategies as requested by CHFS/DPH, targeting long term care, aging services providers, putjic health, emergency management and other community services providers, and facilitate TRAIN registration, evaluation and certificate completion for all trainees. 3. Produce 2 KY Preparedness for Aging E-Newsletters and expand the current distribution of over 300 providers and agencies to new audiences throughout KY and the region. 4. Update 2 OVAR/GEC emergency preparedness and aging distance learning modules currently on TRAIN. 5. Request University Institutional Review Board approval as needed. 6. Submit a mid-year progress report, additional reports as requested by CHFSIDPH, and a final report at the end of the project period.
Effective start/end date7/1/086/30/09


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