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    Medical Lessons on Preparedness

    NPLI program faculty member Dr. Eric Goralnick has been leading preparedness efforts at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In this interview with RadioBoston he shares lessons from Boston, Brussels, Paris, and more with RadioBoston. It’s worth the listen. “Brussels joins…

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    Team You Can Act Continues to Lead on Preparedness

    The recent attacks in Brussels again surfaced the question of the role bystanders can play in an immediate response. In the United States, momentum continues to build for the deployment of bleeding control kits in public places so that average…

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    Crisis Standards of Care Spotlighted by ASPR

    When crisis hits, healthcare professionals are charged with allocating scarce resources to achieve the greatest benefit to the population. This can require a shift from conventional standards of care to what are known as crisis standards of care. For example,…



NPLI Executive Education Program Cohort XV

Now accepting Online Applications, please go to the application page. Deadline to apply is October 30, 2016

Opening Session: December 4-9, 2016 & Concluding Session: June 20-23, 2017.

*this is a two-part residential program, both sessions mandatory to attend.

Please click on the Executive Education link for full details on the program.

Please contact us for custom training opportunities.

The National Preparedness Leadership Initiative executive education¬†curriculum is designed to produce effective leadership at all levels of government — federal, state, and local — as well as in private and non-profit sector organizations. The NPLI curriculum leverages the combined strengths of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership. Faculty from Harvard Business School and the Harvard Medical School also teach in the program.