Posted on: August 10 2010 - 10:51am
Responding to H1N1 flu taught us a lot about working with our partner community-based organizations. The response was the longest and most complex response that PHSKC has ever undertaken—lasting over 112 days and requiring over 100 full-time and part-time staff. As events unfolded, we were in constant contact with our community partners in our Community Communications Network (CCN).
Posted on: July 21 2010 - 6:41am
PHSKC’s sharing session was first thing Friday morning—even at 8am, it was already a hot and muggy Memphis day. Thankfully, the session was indoors, interactive, and focused on tools and resources that LHDs could take home with them. There were about 30 attendees—a mix of preparedness program managers who were interested in community engagement, and those who were interested in issues of equity.
Posted on: July 19 2010 - 1:31pm
First off, here’s the link to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s podcast on the NACCHO Annual that I mentioned earlier. It’s a preview of the conference with NACCHO’s executive director Robert Pestronk. And as promised, a snap of Elvis! He made a surprise visit to the opening session!