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PPHR National Reviewers

Become a PPHR National Reviewer

Volunteer to review PPHR applications and assess whether they meet the PPHR Criteria to be prepared for emergencies. Benefits include:

  • Learning about innovative practices in local public health preparedness from across the country;
  • Networking with other experienced public health professionals;
  • Sharing your knowledge and experience with applying agencies;
  • Learning about PPHR in preparation for completing your own application.

Qualifications: Reviewers must have a strong understanding of public health preparedness and response. Local health department personnel will be given preference, but qualified candidates from state health departments and other organizations will also be considered. No specific job position is required.

Ideal candidates include public health preparedness planners and responders, training and exercise coordinators, and epidemiologists. NACCHO seeks reviewers from a diversity of professional backgrounds and geographic locations. 

Time Commitment: The time commitment is approximately 50 hours over a three month period. Reviewers must also attend a 1.5 day in-person review meeting. NACCHO covers appropriate travel, accommodations, and meals for this meeting.

Fall 2015 PPHR Reviewer Recruitment has Begun!

If you are interested in participating in the Fall 2015 PPHR Review, please click "more" to complete this brief (5-10 minute) online survey by COB Wednesday, July 15. More »

Reviewer Resources
PPHR Review Calendar
See the responsibilities and deadlines for applicants, state leads, reviewers, and NACCHO staff for the current review cycle. More »
PPHR Criteria
The PPHR Criteria are nationally-recognized standards for local public health preparedness. Reviewers determine whether LHDs are eligible to be recognized as Public Health Ready by scoring applications based on whether they satisfy the PPHR criteria. More »
PPHR Reviewer Forum
Current PPHR reviewers can visit the PPHR Reviewer Forum to access important documents and to engage in discussion with other reviewers.  

PLEASE NOTE: Only reviewers for the current review cycle may access this site. More »