As evident from the outbreak of the H1N1 virus, pandemics can happen at any time, anywhere. In this day and age of transient populations, pandemics pose a serious threat as they can easily spread across borders and continents. Such significant global human and economic implications from pandemics demand proper preparation procedures to be in place, especially in terms of communication.

Join us on February 3 at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST) as we host Melinda Beer, Social Media Specialist from the California Department of Public Health, and Patricia Morales, MPA, Emergency Preparedness Specialist from San Benito County Public Health Department, for a discussion about communicating during a pandemic. Learn from the experts how to help your community feel safe and be prepared.

Webinar discussion topics will include…

–          Best Practices for communicating during a pandemic

–          Trends in Messaging as discovered by Blackboard Connect during the H1N1 Outbreak

–          Pandemic Communication Plan and Execution as presented by San Benito County

Don’t miss your chance to hear real-life examples and experiences from public health officials and community leaders in managing communication during a pandemic. Register now!

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