SWPI101: Introduction: The 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services and Unregulated Drinking Water Programs
SWPI101: Introduction: The 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services and Unregulated Drinking Water Programs is first in a nine-course learning series.
This course will introduce the 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services (EEPHSs) as the framework for making program improvements when managing unregulated drinking water systems (UDWSs).
Public Health, First Responders, Emergency Response and Preparedness Professionals and Healthcare Practitioners
- Explain the core functions of public health
- Explain the 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services (EEPHSs)
- Describe how the 10 EEPHSs are used to improve environmental public health practice in the management of UDWSs
Captain Mark D. Miller, MPH, RS, USPHS (Retired)
Captain Mark D. Miller, MPH, RS, USPHS (Retired) received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health from East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma in 1984 and a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 1993. He began his career in 1985 in wastewater treatment for Oklahoma City. In 1988, he accepted a commission with the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) and served 26 years until his retirement in 2014. He currently serves as a private consultant, concentrating on environmental health training and development.
During his USPHS career, Captain Miller was assigned to various positions throughout the nation with the Indian Health Service, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Captain Miller served as a Senior Environmental Health Scientist for the Environmental Health Services Branch of the CDC National Center for Environmental Health in Atlanta, Georgia. His duties included assistance and consultation to local, state, and tribal professionals and national organizations on issues related to environmental health, terrorism, and emergency response. He responded to numerous outbreaks of environmental-related disease, public health crises and natural disasters. He served as technical advisor for several national committees on issues related to environmental health, terrorism and emergency preparedness. He is the original founder and developer of CDC’s highly successful Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response (EHTER) program and developed EHSB’s informational website on terrorism and emergency preparedness specifically for environmental health professionals.
- 1.00 Participation/CETulane Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) awards 1.00 hour(s) of credit for completing SWPI101: Introduction: The 10 Essential Environmental Public Health Services and Unregulated Drinking Water Programs
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