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Recruit, Retain, Ready: Strategies for Maintaining a Strong Infectious Disease Workforce (On Demand-No CE)
The 2nd annual Public Health Prepared summit focuses on national, state, and local perspectives to recruit and retain a strong infectious disease (ID) workforce. The 2.5 hour virtual summit consists of presentations, cross-sectoral facilitated breakout discussions, and large group Q&As.
Why Do We Give Health Numbers to the Public? And How Should We Do So If We Must? (On Demand-No CE)
This brief webinar will discuss communicating different types of numbers related to health. It will explore the best practices for communicating health numbers. Including a discussion on how and why to make health-related numbers feel relevant to the target audience, the session will emphasize the importance of context and reference points.
MCIDT is a bioscience initiative directed by Aubree Gordon. It focuses on establishing the University of Michigan as a leader in infectious disease threats and positioning the university to respond to the current COVID-19 pandemic and other future pandemics.
Audience we serve in Michigan and beyond:
Health departments & other public health practice sites
Health systems emergency preparedness & infection prevention professionals
Check out our Welcome from the Director…and more coming soon!
Author: Andrew F. Brouwer, PhD, MS, MA, Department of Epidemiology, University of Michigan, Michigan Center for Infectious Disease Threats and Pandemic Preparedness (MCIDT) Faculty Affiliate The standard surveillance for respiratory viruses comes from people...