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2021 Preparedness Summit: Maternal and Child Health-Related Sessions

Mar 25, 2021 | Beth Hess

The full schedule of live and on-demand sessions for the 2021 Preparedness Summit is now available. From April 13-15, we’re bringing you more than 35 live demos and workshops, more than 80 on-demand sharing sessions, 9 town halls, 3 plenaries, robust networking, and an interactive exhibit hall. Among the offerings are sessions related to maternal and child health including:

  • Leveraging Lessons Learned from COVID-19 to Address Future Health Threats to Pregnant People and Infants Collaboratively
  • Collaborative Efforts to Address the Gap in Routine Childhood Vaccinations During the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Identifying Shared Best Practices and the Impact of COVID-19 on Supply Chain Processes across Pediatric Hospitals in Michigan and Ohio
  • Pediatric Disaster Readiness and Operational Gaps: What We Know and How to Fix It
  • Pediatric Preparedness: Experiences in Medical and Mental Health Response from the ASPR Pediatric Disaster Care Centers
  • Reaching Vulnerable Populations During a Pandemic
  • Increasing Access to Durable Medical Equipment (DME) for Children with Disabilities Post-Disaster
  • Tools from Research: Communicating During Emergencies with Families with Special Needs Children

Don’t miss the chance to join nearly 1,000 attendees—who work in all levels of government (local, state, and federal), emergency management, volunteer organizations, healthcare coalitions, and academia—to collaboratively explore this year’s theme, “When Crisis is Commonplace: Transforming Your Community’s Public Health Preparedness Practices.”

Explore the live schedule and on-demand sessions. Register for the conference.


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