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Public Health Emergency Law Course

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Emergency Preparedness Staff

1100 17th Street, MW, 2nd Floor
DC, 20036

Phone: (202) 783-5550
Fax: (202) 783-1583


CDC’s Public Health Law Program and CDC’s Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response are pleased to announce the availability of the new course Public Health Emergency Law (PHEL).

The core of the course is six PowerPoint lecture units. These units are aimed primarily at:

  • non-lawyer professionals in public health;
  • emergency management organizations;
  • first responders;
  • students; and,
  • others active in public health emergency preparedness.

For detailed information about the PHEL, contact McKing Consulting at (770) 220-0608 or by email at wbradford@mcking.com or wrushing@mcking.com. McKing also has available copies of a CD-ROM that contains all of the course components, including a Course Manager’s Guide, the six lecture units, an interactive case study, and selected supplemental materials.

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CDC’s PH Law Program and CDC’s Coordinating Office for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency





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