On-Demand Trainings

Below is a listing of the trainings that are currently available as recorded, on-demand webcasts via our learning management system, TRAIN.

TRAIN Course Title Presenter Title TRAIN Course Number Original Broadcast Date
Agri-Tourism in CT and Public Health Valerie Koenig, DVM, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; Bruce Sherman, DVM, MPH, CT Dept. of Agriculture 1079822 8/15/18
CT’s Prevention Service Initiative: Investing in Community Partnerships to Address Chronic Disease Joshua Rubin, Health Management Associates; Faina Dookh, MA, CT Office of Health Strategy; Mehul Dalal, MD, MSc, MHS, CT Dept. of Health; Grace Damio, Hispanic Health Council 1079817 8/7/18
Introduction to Systems Thinking Julia Ross, Systems Thinking Subject Matter Expert 1079576
Food Insecurity and Rhode Island Seniors  Eliza Dexter Cohen, RI Public Health Institute; Catherine Taylor, George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience and RI Geriatric Education Center at the University of Rhode Island; Kali S. Thomas, PhD, Providence VA Medical Center and Brown School of Public Health 1078927 6/29/18
CT Healthy Homes - CT Statewide Hoarding Resources: Assets for Community Agencies Meghan Manke, Fire Safety; Judith Dicine, Division of Criminal Justice; Shelly Nolan, Dept. of Mental Health & Addiction Services; Kristine Rivera, Dept. of Children & Families; Krista Veneziano, Dept. of Public Health; Henry Paszczuk, Dept. of Emergency Management and Homeland Security; Dorian Long, Dept. of Social Services 1077402 4/18/18
Innovations-Green & Healthy Homes Initiative: Successful Cross-Sector Collaboration Ruth Ann Norton, Green & Healthy Homes Initiative; Kristin Sullivan, CT Dept. of Public Health 1076708 3/23/18
CT Healthy Homes: Mold Confusion? Think Moisture Intrusion Marian Heyman, MPH, CT Dept. of Public Health 1076539 3/20/18
Innovation in Public Health: Giving Meaning to a Buzzword Jessica Solomon Fisher, MCP, Public Health National Center for Innovations at the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHNCI); Travis Parker Lee, PHNCI 1076075 2/28/18
CT Healthy Homes Outdoors: Climate Change, Lung Disease & Mitigation Strategies David Hill, MD, American Lung Association and Waterbury Pulmonary Associates 1075743 2/13/18
Hot Topics: Summer 2017 Update on Lyme, Zika and Related Illnesses Jennifer Reid, BLAST Tickborne Disease Prevention Program, Ridgefield, CT Health Dept.; Amber Butler, Danbury Hispital; Dr. Randall Nelsonn, CT Dept. of Public Health 1071397 6/7/17
Basic Infection Prevention in the Ambulatory Care Setting: Transmission-Based Precautions Louise-Marie Dembry, MD, FACP, MS, MBA, Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases) and of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases), VA CT Healthcare System 1070555
Basic Infection Prevention in the Ambulatory Care Setting: Personal Protective Equipment and Safe Surfaces David B. Banach, M.D., M.P.H., UConn Health 1070554
Basic Infection Prevention in the Ambulatory Care Setting: Safe Cough Practices David B. Banach, M.D., M.P.H., UConn Health 1070553
Basic Infection Prevention in the Ambulatory Care Setting: Hand Hygiene Louise-Marie Dembry, MD, FACP, MS, MBA, VA CT Healthcare System 1070552
Basic Infection Prevention in the Ambulatory Care Setting: Foundations Louise-Marie Dembry, MD, FACP, MS, MBA, VA CT Healthcare System, and
David B. Banach, M.D., M.P.H, UConn Health
1070551
CT Healthy Homes: Bed Bugs Meet the Law Gale Ridge, PhD, CT Agricultural Experiment Station; Judith Dicine, JD, Office of the CT Chief State’s Attorney 1069755 3/23/17
CT Healthy Homes: Emerging Contaminants - What Public Health Needs to Know Gary Ginsberg, PhD, CT Dept. of Public Health 1068555 1/19/17
CT Healthy Homes: Private Wells in Connecticut Ryan Tetreault, CT DPH; Tiziana Shea, CT DPH; Kenny Foscue, CT DPH 1068014 12/15/16
Hot Topics: Results from the Connecticut 2015 Datahaven Community Wellbeing Survey Mark Abraham, DataHaven 1064311 6/22/16
Connecticut Department of Public Health, A High Performance Organization 1063722
CT Healthy Homes: Connecticut’s Approach to Public Drinking Water and Public Health Protection Mark Sceery, CT PWSS; Lori Mathieu, CT Dept. of Public Health, Drinking Water Section 1062854 3/17/16
Hot Topics: Advocacy vs Lobbying in Public Health Peter J. Lewandowski, J.D., CT Office of State Ethics; Kathleen Hoke, J.D., Legal Resource Center for Public Health Policy; William C. Tilburg, J.D., Legal Resource Center for Public Health Policy and Network for Public Health Law – Eastern Region 1062814 3/15/16
Hot Topics: Personal Professional Development Plans for Public Health Agencies Meredith Fahey, MBA, Yale University Human Resources Dept. 1062612 3/3/16
CT Healthy Homes Series: Liability and Code Enforcement: What Public Health Needs to Know Judith Dicine, JD, Office of the Chief State’s Attorney; Joseph Schwartz, JD, Murtha Cullina Attorneys at Law 1062325 2/18/16
CT Healthy Homes: The Economic Impact of Childhood Lead Exposure Jessica W. Reyes, PhD (Economics), Amherst College 1061610 1/21/16
Hot Topics: Community Engagement Models and Stories from the Field Augusta Mueller, MBA, Yale New Haven Health; Louise Kent, MBA, CQI, Northern Kentucky Health Dept. 1061266 1/7/16
Hot Topics: Healthy Approaches to Place Making Kate Rube, Project for Public Spaces; Jennifer Smith, Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy 1060730 12/3/15
Hot Topics: Building evidence to improve the infrastructure of local public health through practice-based research networks Justeen Hyde, Institute for Community Health; Jennifer Kertanis, Farmington Valley Health District 1059859 10/14/15
CT Healthy Homes Series: EPA’s Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Program James Bryson, Office of Environmental Stewardship (OES), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - New England 1059338 8/27/15
CT Healthy Homes Series: Pesticide Misuse and the Home Environment Susannah Reese, StopPests in Housing Program and Cornell University’s Northeastern IPM Center; Kaci Buhl, Oregon State University, National Pesticide Information Center 1058752 7/23/15
CT Healthy Homes Series: Off-Gassing and the Home Environment William Turner, MS, PE, Turner Building Science & Design; Steven M. Caulfield, P.E., C.I.H., Turner Building Science & Design 1058502 7/14/15
CT Healthy Homes: From Carpets to Cosmetics: Chemical Risks in Consumer Products Gary Ginsberg, PhD, CT Dept. of Public Health 1051031 5/14/14
Yale AIDS Colloquium Series (YACS): Implementation of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Other HIV Prevention Initiatives in Rhode Island Philip Chan, MD, The Miriam Hospital, Rhode Island Hospital, Brown University 1050433 3/27/14
CT Healthy Homes: The CT DPH Healthy Homes Surveillance System...Finally! Krista Veneziano, Lead and Healthy Homes Program, CT Dept. of Health 1048515 1/15/14
CT Healthy Homes: CT Housing 102: CT Partners with Resources for At Risk Populations Chris Corcoran, LAMPP; Jimmy Morrissey, Home Energy Solutions (UI and CL&P); Larry Wagner, Larry Wagner & Associates; Michael Gurecka, New Opportunities 1048028 12/12/13
CT Healthy Homes: CT Housing 101: CT Department of Housing Resources and Programs Katie Durand, Dept. of Housing (DOH); Calvin Vinal, CT Housing Investment Fund 1047696 11/14/13
CT Healthy Homes: Health Impact Assessment and Weatherization Plus Health Michael Gurecka, Energy Services for New Opportunities, Inc.; Tim Choi, MPH, San Francisco Public Health Foundation; Lynne Page Snyder, Ph.D., MPH, Healthy Housing, National Association for State Community Services Program 1045765 8/7/13
CT-RI PHTC: HIV Crisis Among Gay, Bisexual, and other Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) in CT and RI: Terminology, Trends and Innovative Programs Leif Mitchell, CIRA’s Community Research Core ;Chris Cole, AIDS Project New Haven; Thomas Bertrand, MPH, AIDS Project Rhode Island (APRI); Chris Andresenis, CT Dept. of Public Health 1043349 4/16/13
CT-RI PHTC: Scaling Up Breastfeeding Support at the Organizational and Community Levels: Sustaining the Positive Effects of Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) Practices Rafael Perez-Escamillia, Ph.D, Yale School of Public Health; Donna J Chapman, Ph.D., R.D, Yale School of Public Health and Journal of Human Lactation; Michele Griswold, MPH, RN, IBCLC, CT Breastfeeding Coalition 1043329 4/11/13
CT Healthy Homes: Public Health Implications of Recreational Freshwater 'Blue-Green Algae' (Cyanobacterial Blooms) Diane Mas, PhD, Fuss & O’Neill, Inc.; Stewart Chute, Ph.D., Section of Environmental Health, CT Dept. of Public Health.  1050274 3/26/13
CT-RI PHTC: HIV Partner Referral Services: Program Overview and the Role of Public Health Professionals Heidi Jenkins, BS, STD/TB Control Programs, CT Dept. of Public Health; E. Jennifer Edelman, MD, MHS, AAHIVS, Yale University School of Medicine; Wanda Richardson, BS, CT DPH Sexually Transmitted Diseases Program 1041132 1/15/12
CT Healthy Homes: Asthma in the Home Environment: The Healthy Homes Approach Salina Hargrove, B.S., CT Dept. of Public Health; Hilary Norcia, MPH, Central CT Health District 1040298 11/29/12
CT Healthy Homes: Integrated Pest Management: Principles and Practice Ana Isabel Legrand, PhD, University of CT 1037263 10/18/12
CT-RI PHTC: Trauma, Stress and Public Health – What Are The Connections? Richard Miller, M.D., Khmer Health Advocates; Robert Franks, PhD, Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI) and CT Center for Effective Practice (CCEP) 1034391 7/17/12
CT-RI PHTC: Hosting a Worksite Influenza Vaccination Clinic: The Business Case Sam Graitcer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Debbye Rosen, BSN, MS, State of CT Dept. of Public Health 1034372 7/11/12
CT Healthy Homes: Trash or Treasure? Understanding the Phenomena of Hoarding Randy O. Frost, PhD  1033880  6/12/2012
CT Healthy Homes: Weatherization and Healthy Homes Amy McLean Salls, National Center for Healthy Housing. Julia Hatton, Connecticut Efficient Healthy Homes Initiative 1033786  5/23/2012
CT Healthy Homes: Green Cleaning in the Home: The Breathe Easy While Cleaning Program Carol Westinghouse, President, Informated Green Solutions,     Judy Prill & Mary Sherwin, Senior Environmental Analysts, CT DEEP 1033038  3/13/2012
CT Healthy Homes: Opportunity and Fair Housing: The Health Connection Erin Kemple, Executive Director, CT Fair Housing Center. Erin Boggs, Deputy Director, CT Fair Housing Center 1032675  3/11/2012
CT Healthy Homes: Injury Prevention and the Home Angela Michalide, PhD, MCHES, Director of Research and Programs for Safe Kids Worldwide 1031716  1/19/2012
CT Healthy Homes: Smoke Free Homes Policy Denise Smith, Access Health CT   Alyssa Yacone, Access Health CT,   Kate Gervais, Access Health CT 1030656  11/15/2011
CT Healthy Homes: Healthy Homes: Practice, Policy and Resources Rebecca Morley, Executive Director, National Center for Healthy Housing 1029244  8/17/2011
CT Healthy Homes: Radon: Epidemiologic Research and Policy Recommendations Bill Field, PhD, MS, University of Iowa 1028317  6/22/2011
CT Healthy Homes: From Ice Dams to Spring Floods: How Damn Buildings Can Affect Health Marian Heyman, CT DPH, Judith Dicine, Chief State's Attorney 1027677  5/10/2011
CT Healthy Homes: "We're back"…………! The Human Bed Bug Pandemic Gale Ridge, CT Agricultural Experiment Station 1027569  4/19/2011
 Orientation to Connecticut's Public Health System  1056669
rev. 11.1.2018

If you are looking for a great background resource and introduction to how Connecticut does public health, check out: Orientation to Connecticut's Public Health System Course #1056669 on www.train.org.

This Five Part Web-Based Tutorial was developed to familiarize new staff of public health agencies, members of boards of health, public health system partners and others with Connecticut’s public health system. The content is designed for those with and without formal public health training. The course begins with key concepts in public health including the ten essential services followed by a general overview of public health law and authorities. Learners are then introduced to Connecticut’s statutory framework for public health, state and local level public health responsibilities and major job roles of those working in public health. The course can be taken at your own pace, in a single or multiple sittings. It may take 2.5 to 3 hours to complete and a certificate of completion will be provided at the end after passing the final learning assessment.