Education & Training

CDRSS (Communicable Disease Reporting and Surveillance System)
Communicable Disease Forums
Daycares, Schools, and Higher Education (DSH) Team
Dose of Prevention Adolescent Immunization Template Presentation
Measles
New Jersey School Immunization Requirements & Updates Webinar
NJIIS Training Opportunities
Perinatal Hepatitis B Webinars
Project Firstline

CDRSS (Communicable Disease Reporting and Surveillance System)

This training video highlights and outlines steps to take in CDRSS utilizing the reports function to help with the process of linking outbreak/investigation cases to their designated E/I numbers in CDRSS. 

 

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Communicable Disease Forums

The Regional Epidemiology Program (REP) hosts Communicable Disease Forums as an opportunity to exchange information on communicable diseases and outbreak investigations throughout the State – between the Communicable Disease Service, local health departments, hospitals, and other public health partners. These meetings are open to everyone working on communicable diseases and outbreaks, including communicable disease investigators, public health nurses, epidemiologists, health officers, infection preventionists, and registered environmental health specialists. Forums are held in-person in several public health regions or via webinar. Registration information is posted on NJLMN. Webinars are recorded and can be accessed under CDS Training Resources.

 

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Daycares, Schools, and Higher Education (DSH) Team
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Dose of Prevention Adolescent Immunization Template Presentation

The New Jersey Department of Health Vaccine Preventable Disease Program developed an adolescent immunization presentation template titled, “Dose of Prevention: Vaccines to Help You Stay Healthy during Adolescence”.  This presentation includes speaker notes and a corresponding pre/post-test with an answer key. Please feel free to review the materials and adapt them as you deem fit for your respective audiences. Ideas for implementation include incorporating this presentation into health education classes, youth afterschool groups, parent groups, and other settings where there are opportunities to speak with preteens and teens. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Adolescent/Adult Immunization Coordinator, Erika Lobe, at Erika.Lobe@doh.nj.gov. Please view the Dose of Prevention recorded webinar for further details.  [Template Presentation] [Pre/Post] and [Report Form]

 

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Measles

Rx Measles: Avoiding Rash Decisions by Utlilizing Best Practices

During this webinar, you will hear from New Jersey Department of Health representatives about the 2019 measles outbreak from a national and local perspective. A thorough review of laboratory testing guidelines and recommendations will be included. Please note: there are no continuing education credits for this webinar. Visit the following link to view this program, https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/6259741098084283138.

 

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New Jersey School Immunization Requirements & Updates Webinar

Learn about New Jersey vaccine requirements for school attendance, and get answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you missed the live webinar, you can now view the recording by clicking here. Please help us to evaluate the program by completing the pre-test before viewing the program and the post-test after viewing the program. Continuing education is not available for this activity. [Slideset]

 

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NJIIS Training Opportunities
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Perinatal Hepatitis B Webinars

The New Jersey Department of Health, Perinatal Hepatitis B Prevention Program (PHBPP) will be conducting quarterly webinars for local health department staff.  You can view the most current webinar (August 2020) at the following link, https://register.gotowebinar.com/recording/3889634942164019468.

For a complete list of all past webinars, please visit the Perinatal Hepatitis B webpage at https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/hepatitisb_perinatal.shtml.

 

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Project Firstline

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) Communicable Disease Service (CDS) is collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) Project Firstline, a national initiative designed to provide trainings and additional education and tools regarding infection prevention and control practices to frontline healthcare workers. The goal is to provide foundational knowledge of infection prevention and control measures and emphasize the importance of implementing these protocols throughout the workday to ensure best practice in healthcare settings. This initiative aims to help every healthcare worker gain confidence to apply infection prevention and control principles in their work setting to protect themselves, their patients and the community from infectious disease threats.  

Project Firstline

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Last Reviewed: 5/18/2022