Posts Tagged ‘Wayne Westhoff’

Workshop to Juggernaut: USF’s MPH in Global Disaster Management and Humanitarian Relief

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For more than 15 years, the USF College of Public Health has trained students, practitioners and organizations in public health preparedness. It all started in 1998, when Dr. Wayne Westhoff offered a two-day workshop, inviting representatives from other academic institutions, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and SOUTHCOM to identify the direction of developing disaster management […]

Prepare for nature and man’s worst with the College of Public Health

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September is National Preparedness Month, but the USF College of Public Health embraces preparedness year-round. War. Public health emergencies. Natural and man-made disasters. Refugee campus with internally displaced persons. For most individuals, the mere idea of working in the aforementioned conditions is enough to trigger a rapid heartbeat, panic attack, or worse. No so, for […]