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Denise Traicoff joined the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2002. As a specialist in curriculum design and development for CDCís Sustainable Management Development Program, she provides technical assistance and consultation in public health management development for low and middle income countries. She also provides consultation in the selection of appropriate training delivery methods and is leading the programís initiative in the design and implementation of online learning strategies. She has taught classes in various programs around the globe and been a requested speaker at national and international conferences.
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Expert Academy on LiL
27 Completed Sessions
Last Session:
Tue May 31 2016 at 06:30 pm EDT
Last Log-in:
Thu Mar 2 2017 at 06:48 am EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Wednesday Jan 9, 2013
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About Denise Traicoff
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This course is comprised of seven units that will provide you an opportunity to practice using the skills and knowledge included in the Technical Guidelines for Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response (IDSR), and provide you with additional information and resources to effectively conduct IDSR activities. This course will take approximately 15 hours to complete. Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to print out a personalized certificate of completion. You will need to enable popups and cookies in your browser and might need to seek IT assistance if you are unfamiliar with how to do so.
Most people come to work to do a good job. However there are frequently obstacles that can overwhelm even the best worker. It's tempting to jump to a solution, or to give up and conclude 'it will always be this way.' This session will introduce you to SMDP's most popular tool, and you will learn how to: -Use a methodical approach to analyze a performance problem -Create a cause/effect diagram to determine the reasons for a problem -Prioritize reasons before designing a solution
With limited time and resources, how does a health professional set priorities that achieve program goals? As part of the launch of SMDP's new classroom module for Health Program Planning, CDC's Dr. Katherine Wilson will lead you through a simple tool that can help set priorities during the planning process. If you attend this webinar you will be able to: -Describe how the new SMDP program planning module can fit in a management curriculum -List the major steps in program planning -Appreciate the role of prioritization in public health management and planning -Use the prioritization tool to make program decisions