Public Health Practices

Epidemiologic investigation leads to multilingual carbon monoxide poisoning prevention campaign

Connecticut held focus groups and developed multilingual educational materials on carbon monoxide poisoning prevention during power outages and winter storms.

Multi-format communications program readies Spanish-speakers for emergencies

The Immigrant Emergency Communications Program uses community health workers and translated materials to promote awareness of carbon monoxide dangers during ice storms/power outages and other emergencies.

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