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Advanced Practice Center Products

The Advanced Practice Center (APC) products below were created by APC alumni sites and updated by the San Francisco Bay Area APC in 2012, with the input of local health departments throughout the country.  


Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Pandemic Influenza Train-the-Trainer Toolkit

The CERT Pandemic Influenza Train-the-Trainer Toolkit assists local public health departments in providing CERT trainers with a pandemic influenza training resource. The toolkit is designed to increase awareness of the threat of pandemic influenza and its impact on the community and give CERT participants the education and tools needed to increase preventative health behaviors to limit the spread of disease.


Conducting Health and Medical Tabletop Exercises : A How-To Guide

Conducting Health and Medical Tabletop Exercises: A How-To Guide helps local health departments develop and facilitate a tabletop exercise. Special guidance for bioterrorism tabletops is included.


Epi Essentials for Public Health Practitioners

Epi Essentials for Public Health Practitioners provides just-in-time trainings for managing disease outbreak information and steps for creating a health assessment.


Public Health Mutual Aid Agreements: Making it Happen

The Public Health Mutual Aid Agreements product helps local health departments establish mutual aid agreements with other municipalities.


For other APC products, visit the NACCHO APC products page.

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The San Francisco Bay Area Advanced Practice Center represents a partnership between the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the UC Berkeley Center for Infectious Diseases and Emergency Readiness.  This program is funded by the National Association of County and City Health Officials in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.