This guide has been developed to assist the emergency medical service/system training coordinators, medical directors, and emergency medical services educators in designing continuing education programs that will meet the educational needs of emergency medical services personnel and the renewal requirements set forth by the emergency medical systems bureau.
This document provides guidance to distribute and dispense medical countermeasures in response to a public health emergency.
Guide for use by pharmacists in dispensing Naloxone.
This presentation was originally created for the Harm Reduction Program. It covers things such as the history, philosophy, and the importance of harm reduction in New Mexico.
This guide has been developed to assist Emergency Medical Services and medical directors in writing a special skills application and understanding the requirements necessary to monitor and maintain a special skills program.
This guide provides on-boarding information for Automated Data Exchange (ADX) with the New Mexico Statewide Immunization System.
The 2016 Rabies Compendium by the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians explains national animal rabies prevention and control best practices.
Veterinarians and animal control officers may refer to the Guidance on Prospective Serologic Monitoring for further information on dogs and cats with a rabies exposure but uncertain rabies vaccination history.
This guide explains the process of reporting Abuse, Neglect & Exploitation in community-based medicaid waiver programs.
This booklet explains what a school employee needs to know about stomach illnesses at school. What are your responsibilities? How can you decrease the risks to yourself, your co-workers, and other students? How should you clean up? This booklet will answer these questions for you and provide you with tips to share with your co-workers, family, and the school community.
These guidelines will be maintained by the National Association of State EMS Officials to facilitate the creation of state and local EMS system clinical guidelines, protocols or operating procedures. System medical directors and other leaders are invited to harvest content as will be useful. These guidelines are either evidence-based or consensus-based and have been formatted for use by field EMS professionals.
This borrowing quick reference guide describes the process for borrowing inventories of vaccine for both privately insured and VFC-eligible children.
General information about the biological services bureau including phone numbers, frequently asked questions, basic principles, example submissions, tips, and more.
This document for healthcare professionals is intended to describe the method for evaluating patients for Ebola.
All hospitals in New Mexico should be prepared to perform early recognition and evaluation of Ebola patients in accordance with the NMDOH Ebola evaluation algorithm and the CDC Checklist for Patients Being Evaluated for Ebola Virus Disease in the United States.
Outpatient clinic settings should be prepared to perform early recognition of patients with Ebola Virus Disease. NMDOH has advised outpatient providers to take a travel history on all patients presenting for care in New Mexico.
Personal protective equipment is critical to protect healthcare workers from exposure to Ebola Virus Disease. Healthcare providers should follow standard, contact, and droplet precautions when caring for patients under investigation, probable, or confirmed patients with.
Ebola virus is a high consequence pathogen and there has been limited experience in handling specimens that have been contaminated by such pathogens in a clinical laboratory using currently available specimen handling procedures and automated instrumentation.
Health in All Policies is a collaborative approach to improving the health of all people by incorporating health considerations into decision-making across sectors and policy areas. This paper provides: a discussion of the concept of Health in All Policies, the “nuts and bolts” of this work, and a case study of the California Health in All Policies Task Force.