Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
The questions in this section are optional for RESPTCs. They are exploratory questions to assist ASPR in understanding the challenges faced and leading practices utilized by funded recipientsand sub-recipients in building regional special pathogens preparedness and response capabilities. The responses will be used to inform future program design, development of guidance, delivery of technical assistance, and support contextual understanding for reporting to national stakeholders.
What specific challenges have you faced regarding your ability to train health care workers on effective infection control practices and/or triage? Select as many as apply:
Number of RESPTCs reporting each listed challenge
What specific clinical or operational modifications or enhancements were made by your facility as a result (full or partial) of training in infection control and triage supported by RESPTC COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Activities Administrative Supplement funds? (Free response)
Number of RESPTCs reporting changes as a result of trainings
Number of RESPTCs reporting success
If selecting ‘Provide clinical recommendations, protocols, and standards of care for treating patients, including experimental protocols and crisis standards of care’ in PM 4:
**Note: Similar optional questions also appear in performance measures for the RESPTC FY20 Administrative Supplement. Please limit this particular response to COVID-19-specific activities and outcomes funded by the RESPTC COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Activities Administrative Supplement.
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