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Texas Epidemic Public Health Institute (TEPHI) Course Bundle

Time limit: 180 days
1.5 credits

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

One

Develop a health communication plan for your organization to execute during a pandemic.

Two

Explain how to gently start a conversation with someone about a confusing health topic.

Three

Outline practical tips and strategies to support team well-being after stressful events.

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PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS COMMUNICATION

The Texas Epidemic Public Health Institute (TEPHI) Pandemic Preparedness Communication course will cover the fundamental aspects of pandemic preparedness at an organizational level. In this course, you will go over the preparedness plans to put in place before a pandemic, discuss best practices for communication during a pandemic and finally, discuss how to synthesize lessons learned after a pandemic. As the learner of this course, you will have the opportunity to analyze this information and reflect on how it applies to your unique situation.

 

 

 
 
 

DEALING WITH CONFLICTING HEALTH INFORMATION

Health is an important and vast topic, so it’s understandable that individuals hold a variety of beliefs, values and opinions about how to get and stay healthy. This Texas Epidemic Public Health Institute (TEPHI) course will explore various types of conflicting information someone may encounter, from the mostly harmless to the intentionally deceptive; offer a brief understanding of why research seems to contradict itself sometimes; provide several explanations for why humans are primed to believe or ignore certain ideas; and teach methods to start civil conversations about misunderstood health topics.

 

 

 

STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT TEAM WELL-BEING

In this Texas Epidemic Public Health Institute (TEPHI) course, you will learn rapid, in-the-moment tools and frameworks to debrief stressful situations with individuals or teams, promote well-being, and enhance team performance.  You will consider systems-based interventions that may address upstream drivers of well-being and practice applying communication techniques and planning frameworks to case-based scenarios. You will be able to apply skills learned in this class to routine work, clinical scenarios, and in public health crises.

 

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