Presentation on theme: "San Francisco Bay Area Advanced Practice Center. Who are we? San Francisco Bay Area Advanced Practice Center San Francisco Department of Public Health."— Presentation transcript:
Who are we? San Francisco Bay Area Advanced Practice Center San Francisco Department of Public Health Partnered with: UC Berkeley CIDER Advisory Committee: ABAHO NACCHO APC Network
San Francisco Bay Area APC San Francisco DPH Communicable Disease Control & Prevention Section Bioterrorism & Infectious Disease Emergencies Unit UC Berkeley Center for Infectious Diseases & Emergency Readiness (CIDER) Expertise in Infectious Disease Emergency Preparedness
San Francisco Bay Area APC Our products: Infectious Disease Emergency Response (IDER) Toolkit Pandemic Influenza Vaccination Implementation (PIVI) Toolkit Expertise in Infectious Disease Emergency Preparedness
IDER Toolkit Infectious Disease Emergency Response Guidance and tools necessary to develop & operationalize one NIMS-compliant plan Because resources often say what to do, but not how to do it One core plan for all infectious disease emergencies Modular and scalable ICS structure adapted for public health
Incident Commander Plans Section Operations Section Information & Guidance Branch Disease Containment Branch Medical Branch Epi & Surveillance Branch Data Branch Logistics Section Finance Section Command Staff Receive requests from, develop, & disseminate information for outside audiences Oversee efforts to prevent and/or slow spread of disease Coordinate response with local medical care systems Oversee investigation & surveillance strategies Receive, manage and analyze information about the infectious disease emergency IDER Toolkit: Organizational Chart
IDER Toolkit Core Plan Templates –Divided by modules depicted in org chart –Details the roles and responsibilities for each module Situation-Specific Annexes for Pan Flu, Bioterrorism, etc.
IDER Toolkit Appendix of samples and modifiable templates –Public health-specific ICS forms –Health Alerts –Job Action Sheets –Protocols & Forms –Reference materials –And more!
IDER Toolkit Contents Overview Org Charts Core Plan Annexes Appendix Training Resources The IDER Toolkit: Available online in August 2010 The IDER Toolkit: Available online in August 2010
PIVI Toolkit Pandemic Influenza Vaccination Implementation Guidance and tools for creating and conducting surveys in order to proactively prepare for vaccination campaigns –Helps inform current and future planning, marketing and risk-communication activities –Incremental and continual planning for more efficient preparedness efforts –May be applied to both seasonal and pandemic influenza Community Assessment for Emergency Preparedness
PIVI Toolkit Pandemic Influenza Vaccination Implementation Community Assessment as a Preparedness Tool Describing types of Surveys and Assessments Identifying Populations of Interest Choosing a Sampling Method Survey Management and Implementation Implementing Surveys Analyzing and Interpreting Survey Data Putting Survey Data to Use Online & Electronic Tools for Community Assessment Using Relational Database Software Using Online Population-based Data
San Francisco Bay Area Advanced Practice Center Shannon Limjuco, MPH APC Program Manager San Francisco Department of Public Health Phone: (415) 554-2669 Email: Shannon.Limjuco@sfdph.org IDER and PIVI Toolkits Available August 2010