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As we recover from the prolonged pandemic response and begin to define the endemic phase of COVID-19, natural disasters, emerging infectious diseases, terrorist threats, climate issues, and maintenance of all-hazards plans can now be reexamined. The theme for the 2023 Preparedness Summit, Recover. Renew: Reprioritizing All-Hazards Preparedness, will provide an opportunity to revisit these pressing issues and share resources, shape policies, and build skills to mitigate a variety of threats.
MGT 403: Access and Functional Needs Preparedness Planning for Rural Communities (Course ID in MI-TRAIN: 1106341) -- April 12, 2023
Michigan State Police is sponsoring an 8-hour, DHS/DEMA certified, tuition-free, awareness-level course. The goal of this course is to teach participants the basics of mass fatality response while providing opportunities to exchange rural perceptions and brainstorm solutions to simulated emergencies. Please see the PDF below for more information. Registration must be completed by March 29, 2023. Coalitions are highly encouraged to attend this course.
The abstract submission period for the 2023 NACCHO360 Conference is now open. NACCHO 360 will take place both virtually and in-person, July 10–13, 2023 in Denver at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. This year’s theme, Elevating Public Health Practice for Today and Tomorrow will explore how the local public health workforce and its stakeholders can move forward in the midst of an ongoing crisis while implementing traditional and innovative approaches to restructure a system built to protect the health of communities nationwide. For more information on the conference and the abstracts visit their website here.
National Healthcare Coalition Preparedness Conference (NHCPC) Call for Presentations – Due March 20, 2023
The NHCPC is seeking presentations that align with the conference theme: A Changing World: Opportunities for Transformation. Specifically, the NHCPC is looking for healthcare coalition leaders who can share what's working in their community through presentations with tangible takeaways that will equip colleagues to integrate new techniques, develop best practices and increase overall effectiveness. Sessions which highlight effective solutions in rural communities (population less than 50,000) are in high demand by attendees.
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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.
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