Community Healthcare Planning and Response to Disasters (MGT

Community Healthcare Planning and Response to Disasters (MGT-409)
May 19 and 20 at the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga, University Center
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM each day. Lunch on your own.
This course provides comprehensive
planning tools to mitigate impacts on
communities during large-scale incidents and
examines the need for collaboration among
responders in a community-wide disaster
response. It is taught through a combination
of facilitated discussion, hands-on training
and traditional instruction. Several activities
rely on the varied expertise and experiences
of the audience to provide information about
their planning considerations and response
This course is open to anyone with an interest in Community Health Emergency Planning:
Healthcare provider administration
Mental health professionals
Fire departments
Hospital clinical leadership
Home healthcare and hospice
Law enforcement
Human services
Hospital non-clinical supervisors
Functional needs caretaker
Public information officers
Community health centers
Hospital liaison officers
Local, county and state public health
Public works directors
Hospital safety, emergency planning
Non-governmental and faith-based
Elected officials
Veterinarians and veterinarian
Transportation administration
Emergency management
Emergency medical services
Emergency Preparedness Organizations
To register, please send the following information to:
There is no cost to attend:
Last Name
First Name
M/I Agency or
FEMA-ID* If you don’t have or don’t know your FEMA ID, please visit
LSUHSC School of Nursing is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses
Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.