Belgrade, 23 and 24 May 2023
Day one 09:00 – 17:00
Day two 09:00 – 14:00
Venue: Institute of Public Health of Serbia “Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut”
Dr. Subotića 5, Beograd 11000
Public health practitioners have a key role and responsibility post-disaster recovery planning.
However, a Work Package 8 report on training needs identified low capacity in countries participating in the SHARP Joint Action for:
- Planning for emergency preparedness and the response mechanism
- National health emergency frameworks
Low capacity is an indicator of risk should member states need to activate a post disaster recovery plan. Check to see a country / EU regional breakdown of low IHR capacity in National health emergency frameworks
This training aims to improve capacity with improved knowledge and practice exchange.
Who should attend
The workshop is open to all public health professionals from countries participating in the SHARP Joint Action.
What you’ll learn
Disaster recovery is a highly complex process involving environmental, physical, health, social, psychological and economic aspects. Using a literature review of recovery from different disasters this workshop is designed to improve understanding of the of recovery processes.
Led by experienced practitioners – including ECDC’s expert on preparedness, specialising in biosecurity and biosafety – participants will benefit from a widened perspective and improved capabilities.
Agenda over 2 days
1. The disaster management cycle and recovery process
2. Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
3. Public health effects after various type of disasters
4. Post-crisis recovery from a public health perspective
5. Case studies of flood and e-bola disasters
Places are limited to 35 and we reserve the right to close registrations when this capacity is reached.
Guidance on travel budgets for SHARP Joint Action partner organisations
Co-funded by the Health Programme of the European Union this, in-person event is free to attend.
However, participants will need to arrange and cover their travel, accommodation and subsistence costs from their own SHARP Joint Action budget.
These partners should have funds in their budget:
THL, RKI, INMI, BMSGPK, MCA, CIPH, SUJCHBO, SSI, MSAE, MOH-FR, EODY, NNK, SEMS,
MOHLT, MFH, RIVM, HD, NIZP-PZH, MS , NIJZ, ISCIII, FOHM, DH, NAPH
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The workshop is hosted by the Institute of Public Health of Serbia “Dr Milan Jovanovic Batut”, lead organisation for work package 8. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org