“A Learning Session on Tools and Methods from Hurricane Sandy Recovery Research” – 2015 NACCHO Preparedness Summit

prepardness summitPaula Schenck together with Sandy Science Group investigators from Columbia University and the University of Pittsburgh presented a learning session –Tools and Methods from Hurricane Sandy Recovery Research– at the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) 2015 Preparedness Summit, April 14-17 2015. These three Hurricane Sandy recovery research teams shared tools and methods with preparedness professionals and looked to participants’ insights to further refine and improve the tools. The presentations included continuity of public health operations, health and safety related to mold exposure, and a matching primary care needs to provider capacity.