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Public Health and Health Care Preparedness
Strategic Planning Oversight Team Meeting
February 10 & 11, 2016
Post SPOT Update
I hope you join me in acknowledging that the process really worked this year. Certainly, we can always get better, so please take a few moments to take this five question survey and let us know how. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PostSPOT2016
To review and discuss the 2016-17 activities and projects proposed for Florida's public health and healthcare preparedness (PHHP) program.
Each year, the Strategic Planning Oversight Team (SPOT) reviews and discusses the proposed PHH projects and activities for the next grant year. The Florida PHHP projects are funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR).
Register for the Meeting
Officially register for the meeting by January 15 by using this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SPOT2016
Secure a Hotel Room
Reserve your hotel room by January 15, 2016 (to get the state rate) using the information below:
Registration link: Spot Meeting February 2016 or contact
The FLORIDA HOTEL AND CONFERENCE CENTER
1500 Sand Lake Rd | Orlando, FL 32809
Ph: 407.859.1500 ext. 5332 | Fx: 407.855.9863
A blanket travel voucher has been routed for everyone.
Information about travel reimbursement will be provided to external partners at the SPOT meeting.
Contact Information: If you should need assistance or have questions, please call 850-245-4444 and ask for Lela Shepard (ext. 3396).
We will provide printed copies of the activity/project templates at the SPOT Meeting. Prior to the SPOT meeting, please feel free to view the final activity/project requests below:
Templates by Activity and Project
All templates in one PDF
CERC/Emergency Public Information and Warning
Emergency Operations Coordination
Epidemiology and Environmental Health
Healthcare System Preparedness
Medical Counter Measures
Medical Logistics (Medical Material Management)
Responder Safety and Health
Strategic Program Management and Administration
Please note: the Florida Specific Capabilities have been integrated into the other Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) and Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) capabilities. However, we have created a list of all the PHEP and HPP funded Trainings and Exercises for your review.