2014 Communicable Disease
Skills Development Conference

May 19-21, 2014

Holiday Inn, Wrightsville Beach, N.C.

The content of this training is intended to partially satisfy requirements for both Local Health Department Accreditation and selected Agreement Addenda. See "Credit" section below for more information.


Wake AHEC will provide 1.4 CEUs to participants upon completion of this activity. A participant must attend 100% of each day to receive credit. No partial CEU will be given.

Credit Allocation:

  • May 19, 2014 – .4 CEU/4.0 Contact hours
  • May 20, 2014 – .7 CEU/6.5 Contact hours
  • May 21, 2014 – .3 CEU/3.0 Contact hours

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Conference handouts and printer-friendly versions of CD Branch presentations

  1. Conference Agenda (PDF)
  2. Blueprint Report (PDF)
      2a.  The Nuts and Bolts of Public Health: The Perspective of the State Epidemiologist
  1. The State HIV/STD Program: Looking Forward (PDF)
  2. Clinical Identification & Treatment of Trichomoniasis in Local Health Department Clinics (PDF)
  3. Communicable Disease Surveillance Data: Making it Work for You
    1. NC EDSS Success Story (PDF)
    2. NC EDSS at 10 (PDF)
    3. Communicable Disease Surveillance Data (PDF)
  4. Chikungunya, Tickborne Disease and MERS CoV
    1. Chikungunya Virus (PDF)
    2. Tickborne Disease (PDF)
    3. MERS CoV (PDF)
  5. Shigellosis in Cabarrus and Listeriosis Cluster in Gaston
    1. Shigellosis in Cabarrus (PDF)
    2. Listeriosis in Gaston (PDF)
  6. Hepatitis B Transmission in Dialysis Center
    1. HBV Transmission in Dialysis Center (PDF)
  7. Cryptosporidiosis Outbreaks of Public Health Significance in North Carolina
    1. Significant Cryptosporidiosis Outbreaks (PDF)
    2. Cryptosporidiosis on the Swim Team (PDF)
  8. Catawba and Transylvania Neisseria Meningitis Investigations (PDF)
  9. Enhancing Communication through Your True Colors
    1. Word Sort (PDF)
    2. Identify Color Styles (PDF)
  10. Salmonellosis Outbreak in Cumberland at a Hotel; Cleveland Salmonellosis at a Church Barbeque
    1. Salmonellosis in Cumberland (PDF)
    2. Salmonellosis in Cleveland (PDF)
  11. 340 B Drug Pricing Program
  12. Case Investigation and Outbreak Response Resources from NCIPH (PDF)
  13. Exposure Event Table Top Exercise (PDF)
  14. Practice Management (PDF)
  15. Rabies Scenarios (PDF)

Presentation handouts are posted to the website as they become available by the presenter. Rabies scenarios and responses will be posted after the conference.

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