What is currently being done by HRSA awardees in the area of education and training for hospital preparedness?
Terri Spear: Well, this program is a two-year old program. In the first year it became very clear to us that our awardees were, let me say, planning to plan. In the second year, which it recently has gone through its second funding, we became able to tell what forms of training had already been done and who were looking at it. The training aspect for awardees is an optional area. So we initially thought that only a portion of them would be moving in that direction. When we surveyed the 2003 applications that came in, we found that roughly 80% of them were actively reporting that they were participating in education and training. However, when we looked in the other areas such as laboratory capacity and many of the other areas, scoured the applications very closely, we found that 100% of our programs, even though it is an optional area, were addressing education and training. Cindy DiBiasi: You said it was sort of like the “who”, “what” and “how”. Terri Spear: Yes. Cindy DiBiasi: Let’s
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