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Register for free H1N1 and Seasonal Flu Communications Webinar on October 29

Oct 23, 2009

The Center of Excellence for Risk and Crisis Communications will answer questions on H1N1 and seasonal flu communications during a free webinar to be held October 29, 2009, at 2 p.m. Eastern time. 

The webinar encourages participants to ask questions of the leading social media, technology, crisis communications and health experts. It will provide more quick, proven and cost-effective ways to communicate with the public, your emergency response team and government officials during and after this H1N1 and seasonal flu outbreak.

Who should attend: Public health officials, healthcare practitioners (physicians, nurses, emergency medical services), emergency responders, emergency managers, government communicators, public and private school officials, college and university health managers and industry representatives with an interest in H1N1 and seasonal flu communications.

Panelists include:

Nathan Huebner of the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to provide an update on the CDC's efforts.

David Stephenson of Stephenson Strategies to identify best practices in social media.

Corrie Conrad of Google, Inc., to provide an update on flu trends.

David Cerino of Microsoft Health Solutions Group to address the H1N1 Response Center.


To register, click here.


The September 23 Social Media and Technology Breakthroughs for H1N1 and Seasonal Flu Communications Webinar can be viewed in its entirety at
www.socialmediaandtechnology.com.