Not if, but when.
That recent message from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) was prompted by outbreaks of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. CDC’s leadership was straightforward in their statements: the United States should prepare now for the potential spread of the COVID-19 within our own country. While the size of an outbreak in the US is hard to predict, CDC warns that the impact could be substantial.
Are you truly prepared?
You should be, but there’s always more to learn. Join us to hear from hospitals and health systems that have cared for patients who have been suspected and confirmed to have the virus.
Who should participate
Infection preventionists, quality improvement and patient safety directors, chief nursing officers and nursing directors, chief medical officers, disaster coordinators, emergency department directors and physicians, and risk managers.
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