TxHRH108: Public Health and Recovery: Roles, Responsibilities, and Expectations
TxHRH 108: Public Health and Recovery: Roles, Responsibilities, and Expectations is last in a eight-course learning series.
Public Health has a key role in recovery after disasters, including hurricanes. Often when other partners are demobilizing, public health departments and staff are still very involved with assisting with recovery for the residents of their jurisdictions. This course will discuss possible roles for public health and ways to incorporate resilience into planning.
Public Health, First Responders, Emergency Response and Preparedness Professionals and Healthcare Practitioners
- Identify and monitor community recovery needs after a hurricane
- Communicate the difference between emergency management and public health roles in hurricane recovery
- Identify tools used in the community recovery process
- Picture the scope of a recovery plan (in public health and emergency management)
Cody Price, MPH
Cody Price, MPH, is an Administrative Assistant for Texas Health Institute working with the Mountain State Regional Genetics Network (MSRGN), the Texas TransFORWARD Initiative, Texas Primary Care Consortium, and Tulane University's Professional and Continuing Education Platform.
Cody understands the value of rooting everyday work in local culture.
With a master's degree in health policy and a bachelor's degree in chemistry, Cody enjoys enacting evidence-based policies to ease the lives of all Texans.
His professional interests include: substance abuse policy, patent policy, genomics, health insurance, and health equity.
- 1.00 Participation/CETulane Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) awards 1.00 hour(s) of credit for completing TxHRH108: Public Health and Recovery: Roles, Responsibilities, and Expectations
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