Rapid Response Training

Emergency Response Training for Health Workers

Rapid Public Health Emergency Workforce Trainings

Health workers who are trained to prevent and control infections are better able to protect themselves, and to mount an effective response to emerging threats to public health in the communities they serve. When health workers are not empowered with the knowledge they need to implement infectious disease and prevention measures, outbreaks within health facilities—and the communities they serve—are amplified.

ICAP designs, develops and delivers competency-based curricula and training materials to support capacity building for health care workers at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels for nursing, medical, and public health students around the world.

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