This series will revisit supply chain topics last discussed in 2019 and will update the information provided at that time to include lesson learned and steps forward. The series starts March 21, 2023, and continues the 3rd Tuesday of every month through August. The first two virtual webinars covering general topics for supply chain and then in the series would focus in on particular topics specific to hospitals, long term care and EMS agencies. These would be virtual presentations for healthcare providers throughout Michigan. Please share the below Save the Date with HCC members and make sure to sign up!
Medical Supply Chain Virtual Series (Gould) 011022 (1).pdf
DEPR is hosting a webinar on the Radiation Injury Treatment Network and their efforts to maximize health-related outcomes among casualties with ARS following a mass casualty disaster involving radiological, nuclear, or chemical agents with marrow toxicity. Flier is below.
Through fires, floods, and even a pandemic, Healthcare Emergency Managers are consistently challenged to help their organizations plan, train and respond to incidents. In this series of virtual trainings, the main core subjects all healthcare Emergency Managers use such as Incident Command Structure, Hazard Vulnerability Assessments, Exercises, After Action Reports, Crisis Standards of Care and more will be covered.
Back to the Basics Flyer.pdf
March 7, 2017 2pm-3pm ET
The National Ebola Training and Education Center (NETEC) and ASPR Technical Resources, Assistance Center, and Information Exchange (ASPR TRACIE) are partnering on a webinar featuring jurisdictions with first-hand experience developing special pathogen exercise materials and executing such exercises of varying type and magnitude. Speakers will share the suite of free, fully customizable, ASPR and CDC-approved, HSEEP-compliant exercise materials NETEC has developed and how these exercises support the identified HPP measures.
Influenza activity in the United States began to increase in early December, remained elevated through mid-January, and is expected to continue for several more weeks. Influenza A(H3N2) viruses have been most common this season, and influenza A(H3N2)-predominant seasons are often associated with more severe illness, particularly among young children and people 65 years and older.
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