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Push Partners Training Guide

ClosedPODPartners.org, a Train-the-Trainer Guide for Push Partners, is a resource for businesses, federal and state agencies, colleges and universities, faith-based organizations and community based oganizations that are partnering with a local health department for mass dispensing of antibiotics to their employees, families, clients and the public during a declared public health emergency. ClosedPODPartners.org is a comprehensive resource featuring adaptable tools, including online self-paced trainings, forms, templates, checklists and planning guides. Each of the resources on this site provides a framework for creating and sustaining Push Partner programs, specifically outlining:

 

  • The key details on what planning considerations organizations need to take when choosing to become a Push Partner
  • How organizations should set up their closed dispensing site
  • What paperwork they should use
  • How they should report on progress
  • How they should request more antibiotics
  • How they should train dispensing staff

 

See how ClosedPODPartners.org can work in your organization! 

 

ClosedPODPartners.org is part of the National Association of County and City Health Officials Advanced Practice Center Innovative Solutions in Public Health Preparedness Project.

 

Funding provided by cooperative agreement number 1H75TP000309-01 CFDA # 93.283 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to the National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO).  Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of CDC or NACCHO.

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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.