Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Current and Upcoming H1N1 Challenges for Communities, Schools, and Agencies: Experiences in Alabama
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date: September 22, 2009
(1 hour)


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Program Overview
School is back in session, flu season is fast upon us and the state of Alabama is responding to the challenges of H1N1. During this panel discussion, spokespeople from public health, emergency management, and academia gather to examine the early experiences of H1N1 in Alabama. This broadcast will present H1N1 precautions and preparations for individuals, organizations and government agencies. The panel will review what is currently known about H1N1, the larger themes coming out of the heart of the situation in Alabama and the implications of these issues for others in the nation.

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Target Audience
Public health administrators, nurses, social workers, administrators, health care providers, disaster management and emergency preparedness personnel, risk communicators, non-profit disaster response personnel, community and civic leaders, government officials, educators and school administrators, and other health personnel interested in management and strategic planning.

Contact Hours
None for this program.

Contact for Technical Assistance
334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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