The University of Minnesota School of Public Health is the recipient of two multi-million dollar preparedness grants that will position the school to conduct and translate preparedness research into training opportunities for the workforce. The work will be carried out under the University of Minnesota Simulations, Exercises, and Effective Education (U-SEEE) project.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently awarded nearly $5 million to the SPH to establish a Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center, which develops preparedness and response competency-based training. The center will support best practices and participate in a national network of preparedness and emergency response learning centers.
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