Master Vector Borne Disease Management Certification Course

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Course

Overview

This course serves as certification for health departments and municipalities. Topics covered include vector biology and ecology, resistance monitoring and surveillance and response.

Contact

Sonja Swiger
Extension Specialist
Address: 1229 North US HWY 281
Stephenville, TX 76401

8 am – 5 pm

This course serves as a certification for state and local health departments. Topics covered in this course include Vector Biology and Ecology; Epidemiology of Vector-Borne Diseases; Prevention & Communications Activities; Insecticide Resistance Monitoring; Surveillance and Response for Vector-borne Diseases (1-day workshop and online).

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