About the Training
The 2019 Emerging & Zoonotic Infections Disease Vector-Borne Disease Training is the first multi-day vector surveillance training of its kind being offered to Michigan Local Health Department staff and will provide hands-on learning opportunities in vector surveillance program operations. These trainings are being offered by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and its partner academic institution, Michigan State University, and the Midwest Center of Excellence in Vector-Borne Disease. The program is designed for environmental health professionals working at Michigan Local Health Departments, covering tick and mosquito species of medical importance to the region.
Lodging and meals will be provided for this 2 -day workshop. The proposed agenda can be viewed to the right.
To ensure a rich educational experience for all attendees, this program is capped at 30 participants per session. Up to two permanent staff from each local health jurisdiction will be eligible to attend.
Thank you to all who attended the 2019 Emerging & Zoonotic Infections Disease Vector-Borne Disease Trainings!
For more information on future trainings, please feel free to contact us.
The full policy is available for you to read during the registration process under "Terms and Conditions" prior to submitting your registration.
Please Note: Due to flu season, we ask that if you experience any symptoms related to the flu, please stay home and do not attend the event. Contact MPHI either by phone or email if you will not be attending. To learn more about the flu and what you can do, please visit www.flu.gov or call (800) 232-4636.