Mar 2021 Offering

This course has been completed.

Course
MGT433-V - Isolation and Quarantine for Rural Communities: A Whole Community Approach
Date & Times
Mar 18, 2021 from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM; Mar 19, 2021 from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Description

The purpose of this training is to provide emergency response management personnel with the general knowledge necessary to begin planning for situations requiring the isolation and quarantine (I&Q) of a large portion of a local, rural population. A rural community's ability to collectively respond to an emergency requiring isolation and quarantine (I&Q) is not only essential to minimize the negative impacts to the community at risk, but also to minimize the long-term negative economic and health effects on the American public as a whole. This instructor-led training course will provide emergency managers and team members with:
• information on I&Q in a modern context;
•legal and ethical issues associated with I&Q; and
•preparedness, planning, response, and support considerations.

Course Objectives
•Develop an understanding of the challenges that rural communities face during an isolation and quarantine response, identify the legal and ethical considerations of isolation and quarantine, and implement the Whole Community approach to rural isolation and quarantine.
•Achieve a broad understanding of isolation and quarantine considerations in rural communities
•Have a general understanding of federal, state, and local isolation and quarantine authorities and legal preparations, and ensuring due process of law in a situation requiring isolation and quarantine of citizens.
•be able to describe the Whole Community approach to rural isolation and quarantine; specifically the roles and responsibilities of public health, public safety, and the private sector as they relate to isolation and quarantine, and the role that state and federal partners have in assisting with isolation and quarantine.

*Participants are required to use their own computer, tablet, or smartphone during the course. No group settings.

Hours
8
Max Attendance
30 (11 Open Seats)
Region
State
Location
Virtual Offering
Virtual Instructor-Led Course
Virtual Instructor-Led Course, MO 65102
POST Approved
Yes
POST Control #
19289
Technical Studies
8
Target Audiences
Volunteer Organizations, Fire, Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, Government Administrative, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and Public Health
Availability
Open To The Public
Prerequisites
None Set
Registrant Notes

MUST HAVE INDIVIDUAL INTERNET ACCESSIBLE DEVICE.
Minimum of 20 students for course to be held.


Course Roster

Course registrants will be listed here along with their contributing role.

Name Organization
Aguilar, Eric Redlands police department
Arnold, Austin Springfield-Greene County OEM
Chase, Robert Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office
Clark, Kelly Weston Police Department
Crisol, Carlos Saline County Health Dept.
Dawson, Jael Johnson County EMA (VOL.) / Range Angels LLC
Geller, Charla Newton County Emergency Mgt.
Harris, Tammy Citrus County Board of County Commissioners
Heap, Joseph US Coast Guard Aux
Marler, Jacob City of Ash Grove
McClarty, David New Madrid County
Parker, Johnnita Fresenius Medical Care
Robinson, Warren Jefferson County
Schroeder, Korey Team Rubicon, Operations Associate (MO, IL, IA)
Thomas, Josie St. Charles City Police Department
Thomas, Michael South Central Buchanan County Fire
Wichern, Hannah Boone County OEM
Wood, David Careflite
Young, Timothy DHS/FEMA Region VII