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School Reporting Seminar Aug. 24, 2017 
Thank You for attending the School Reporting seminar. As we promised during the Reporting Seminar we have made a number of the presentation available electronically, please feel free to share this information with staff who could not attend.
 
Schools play an essential role in reporting communicable diseases in the community. According to the State of Michigan Public Health Code (Public Act 368, of 1978 as amended), the local Health Department shall be notified of the occurrence of reportable communicable diseases. If you forget your login information or you need access to the system, send an e-mail to cdreporting@monroemi.org . If you have an immediate need to speak to someone please contact,  Robin Opferman at 734.240.7832.

Communicable Disease Reporting
You can access the new Communicable Disease Reporting program through here; CD Reporting. The instructions can be found on the same page as the CD Reporting program or you can access them directly through here, CD Program Instructions  .

If you do not have access to the CD Reporting program please email cdreporting@monroemi.org and provide your Full Name, School, email address and an office phone number. Please do NOT share log-in information with others.
 
Emergency Preparedness
Public Health Preparedness is the capacity of individuals, organizations, and communities to respond to public health emergencies, such as natural disasters, severe weather, bioterrorism, disease outbreaks, mass causalities, and chemical or radiation emergencies. The Monroe County Health Department Emergency Preparedness team focuses on prevention and preparation through education and outreach, surveillance and monitoring, community collaboration, and planning and exercises. 

To learn more, see 2017 Emergency Preparedness Information 
or contact Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Tatyana Ivanova, MD, MPH at 734-240-7874. 

 Health Education and Health Promotion
Monroe County Health Department's Live Well. Be Well. program is led by a health educator and a registered dietitian and offers a variety of health education services to help improve the health of the community. Programs include free school health education presentations, individual health coaching, car seat safety checks, community nutrition education events, and more.

Please view our Health Education and Health Promotion 2017 slides for a list of offerings, and contact Jamie Eathorne, MPH to schedule a school presentation or to learn more.