Public Health Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Public Health resumes for your reference.

Public Health Advisor

  • Provide technical assistance and guidance by communicating Zika strategic plans to stakeholders.
  • Distribute Travel Health Alert Notices communication materials to passengers and crew.
  • Provide health information updates and answer questions from partners, passengers, and crew.
  • Work as a liaison between federal, state, and local public health partners.

Public Health Advisor

  • Conducts field visits and follow-up calls to low-income and underserved areas to ensure that timely and appropriate medical care is received for clients at risk of exposure to STDs.
  • Discloses and counsels newly diagnosed HIV positive patients and ensures patients are educated and have access to referrals for community resources.
  • Utilizes Emergency Medical Records (EMR) and STD/MIS (Sexually Transmitted Diseases Management Information System)- to input cases and conduct extensive record searching; utilize several local/national resources for STD exposure notification.

Public Health Advisor

  • Developed and coordinated a webinar workshop on SAMHSA Million Hearts Wellness/Initiative Webinar.
  • Presented at SAMHSA’s National Block Grant Conference to educated states on the risk and protective factors for substance abuse and mental health.
  • Prepared and implemented public health programs in the Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP).
  • Track, collect, and prepare data on the history of funding for the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative (NCTSI) grants to provide analysis on the effectiveness of the program.

Public Health Advisor

  • Counsel clients to help them understand and overcome personal, social and behavioral problems.
  • Obtain the necessary signatures on “Release of Information” forms to obtain medical and treatment records from other service providers.
  • Consult with other staff members regarding treatment plans as deemed appropriate by the team leader.

Public Health Advisor

  • Perform field investigations of reported active and suspect cases of Tuberculosis such as interview, patient education and contact testing for case management purposes.
  • Conducted field activities in the Directly Observed Therapy Unit (DOT) for ten to fourteen patients on Tuberculosis treatment.
  • Located and referred delinquent patients specially from correctional facilities for appropriate evaluation, prophylaxis and treatment as part of the Return To Service Unit (RTS).
  • Developed and maintained cooperative working relationship with health specialists, hospitals and community medical groups to enforce Center of Disease Control guidelines.

Public Health Advisor

  • Received Complaints, made necessary adjustments, reported complaints to the proper supervisory official.
  • Reported unsafe conditions and unusual occurrences to the proper supervisory official.
  • Made inspections of wards, offices, halls, academic quarters, restrooms and other areas to ensure that the proper housekeeping safety and sanitary standards were being maintained.
  • Periodically inspected the condition of mattresses, pillows, blankets and towels.

Public Health Advisor

  • Conduct field investigations (surveillance and outbreak activities) of reported cases of vaccine preventable diseases.
  • Identify and contact exposed contacts of vaccine preventable diseases and provide post exposure recommendations and guidelines to control the spread of disease.
  • Provide referrals, recommendations to hospitals, public/ private outpatient facilities and schools as deemed appropriate in various situations.
  • Establish a professional relationship and conduct active surveillance with private physicians, hospital staff and commercial laboratories.

Public Health Advisor

  • Assumed the role of interim Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Coordinator for a group of over 900 medical, public health, and other assorted volunteers.
  • Collaborated with Nassau County Information Technology to switch database platforms to better access and track volunteer electronic records.
  • Performed community outreach and provided education on public health emergency preparedness to targeted populations within Nassau County.

Public Health Advisor

  • Update and maintain case management notes as well as student walk-in encounters utilizing Automated Student Health Records System/Office of School Health Log Book.
  • Observe self-directed students during administration of Physician prescribed medications.
  • Facilitate access to community based organizations/clinics providing services related to teenage pregnancy prevention, pre and post-natal care and social service entitlements.
  • Support Office of School Health Physicians/Nurses during CATCH and medical health sessions.

Public Health Advisor

  • Assisting in setting up, sanitizing and breaking down vision screening equipment.
  • Recording, tallying, and entering screening data accurately into ASHR.
  • Assisting in follow-up, getting updated phone numbers of children who fail the screening.
  • Relating to children and staff in a courteous manner and assists Screening Team Leader as directed.

Public Health Advisor

  • Conducting visits to mothers residing in Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelters who have recently given birth.
  • Provide instruction and health education on maternal and infant health issues, including breastfeeding, safe sleep and early childhood development.
  • Conduct assessments of the living environment to ensure safety of residents; collaborate with DHS staff for service coordination for women and families.

Public Health Advisor

  • Conducting confidential interviews in order to identify and bring for evaluation and/or treatment those contact, suspects or associates at risk as well as provide education and risk reduction messages also, emergency contraction and family planning referral.
  • Performing STD case management activities on designated patients in order to facilitate disease intervention; perform pouch management activities in order to expedite and ensure disease intervention for assigned patients.
  • Performing confidential field investigations per bureau protocol in order to refer patients, contacts associates and suspects for exam and/or treatment.
  • Maintaining liaison with health care providers and others including public and private agencies to expedite the efficient follow up and treatment of patients at risk.

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