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Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness


A public health systems approach to preparedness and emergency response



Creating, strengthening and maintaining sustainable public health preparedness infrastructure and response systems that address the adverse mental and behavioral effects of emergencies.

Our unique focus


Training and academic preparation in the core competencies of public health preparedness to plan for and respond to bioterrorism, infectious disease and other public health threats and emergencies.

Training center

CDC-Funded Centers Highlighted

The CDC-funded public health preparedness research and training center networks have recently been featured in two journal publications.  Click on the links below to read about these centers' work to advance the field of public health preparedness.

Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Centers

Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Centers



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