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  1. Public health nurses work in unique environments that offer a distinct subset of challenges and patient needs. Public health continuing education for nurses is offered in a variety of topics designed to best prepare nurses for the situations they face: Population health; Disaster preparedness; Treating and preventing communicable diseases

  2. Uniting to improve public health. By working together, nurses can make a great impact on public health as a whole. The American Nurses Association (ANA) builds on individual nurse contributions to public health, by supporting policy, advocacy, and education at the highest levels. These areas of interest include, but are not limited to ...

  3. Certified Nurse Aide: Certification and Recertification IMPORTANT NOTE - 3/24/2022. Nurse Aide Training and Waivers – Reminders. The waivers issued under the public health emergency end on July 1. After July 1, personal care aides (PCAs) and temporary nurse aides (TNAs) will no longer be allowed.

  4. Interested parties can seek out certification through the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) which offers an Advanced Public Health Nurse-Board Certified (APHN-BC) credential. Although no certification examination is required, to be eligible for the certification you will need to have fulfilled the following requirements:

  5. If questions arise about IDR and IIDR policies, please send a written inquiry to: Melissa Martinson, IDR/IIDR Coordinator, Bureau of Health Provider Standards, Alabama Department of Public Health, P. O. Box 303017, Montgomery, Alabama 36130-3017 or email to ken.reid@adph.state.al.us.

  6. Positions at the Public Health Department are subject to the CMS Covid-19 vaccination requirements. Graduation from an accredited dental school required with a minimum of one (1) years’ experience in the practice of dentistry desirable; or any such combination of education, experience, and training as may be acceptable to the hiring authority.

  7. PO Box 997377 MS 0500 Sacramento, CA 95899-7377. For General Public Information: (916) 558-1784. COVID 19 Information Line: 1-833-4CA4ALL (1-833-422-4255)

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