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Orientation to Inclusive Just-in-Time Training (I-JITT): An online course


This online training module serves as a companion to our APC white paper on Inclusive Just-in-Time training as well as a primer for LHD leaders and administrators in understanding the model of I-JITT and how it can be adopted, adapted, and tailored in their organization.

Learning Objectives
By the end of this training,  the learner should be able to:

• Define Inclusive Just-In-Time Training (JITT)
• Describe how to apply Inclusive JITT in a public health response
• Explain the importance of incorporating Inclusive JITT into ongoing organizational training and preparedness efforts
• Describe how to adopt Inclusive JITT at the local level

The online module  uses the example of Susan, a health administrator, and the type of training she received during a mass vaccination event.  Additionally, through the use of  video, the module reinforces the learnings and provides examples to illustrate visually, the concepts within.   Contained within the course are knowledge checks and interactive activities intended to stimulate the learners in applying the content in the module.

Primary Toolkit:

APC Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Advanced Practice Centers, All-Hazards, Infectious Diseases, Mass Prophylaxis, MRC, Surge Capacity


Institutional Author:

Multnomah County Advanced Practice Center





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Cumbersome registration/login runaround
By Jennifer Snarski
What? I have to register with another organization to get this tool? Well forget it. I already registered with NACCHO and don't have time to fill out another 25 fields of personal information on a different organization's website to get this. If NACCHO is serious about promoting the work of their APCs, it better figure out a less cumbersome way of making these tools available.

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