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Webinar: September 6, 2017. Health Information Systems Strengthening Resource Center

Health Information Systems Strengthening Resource Center: Centralizing Evidence

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Join MEASURE Evaluation for a one-hour webinar on the Health Information Systems Strengthening Resource Center. The webinar will take place September 6 at 10am EDT and will be led by MEASURE Evaluation’s Heidi Reynolds, Shannon Salentine, Eva Silvestre, and Liz Millar.
Health information systems (HIS) strengthening is an ongoing and continuous process. MEASURE Evaluation’s Health Information Systems Strengthening Resource Center has been developed to serve as a central hub for the exploration of what works to strengthen HIS, a repository for evidence about how strengthened HIS improves health outcomes, and a learning space for health professionals to share and exchange information on HIS strengthening.
During this webinar, we will explore how our work to understand what works to strengthen HIS is framed by MEASURE Evaluation’s HIS Strengthening Model and explore HIS Country Profile Indicators, the HIS Assessment Tool Database, and other resources available through the website.
WhenSep 06, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 8:30 AM
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Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
Charles Herbert Flowers High School
10001 Ardwick Ardmore Road
Springdale, MD 20774

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National Capital Region Community Emergency Response Team Conference (CERT Con) is on!
We are excited to bring a host of basic refresher and advanced Emergency Management seminars and speakers to invigorate, educate and innovate your preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery to any natural or man-made disasters. 
When a major disaster strikes, emergency professionals are often unable to reach a scene for several hours or even days. Are you prepared for your next disaster? 
Saturday Seminar topics planned include Active Shooter and Situational Awareness, Pet and Animal Management in Disasters, Stop the Bleed, Tactical Emergency Casualty Care/Emergency Wound Care, Social Media, Disaster Psychology and First Aid, How to Deal with Special Populations (Seniors, Children, Disabled, etc.), Case Studies on local disasters and much more.*
Sunday Activity Day is open to the whole family.  We’re planning fun and interactive activities and demonstrations with our police and fire vehicles, bomb squad; drones; hands-only CPR; moulage; emergency to-go bag checks; radio communications and more, culminating in a full-scale drill at the end of the weekend.* Get your hands dirty and be a part of the action! 
Attend CERT Con to find out the best practices in emergency preparedness, network with your local and neighboring jurisdictions’ CERT members, and learn how to make your community more resilient! CERT, Campus CERT, Teen CERT, Emergency Management Professionals and Citizens interested in CERT and emergency preparedness are welcome. Register now!!
* Seminars and activities subject to change depending on availability.

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