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H1N1 Disease & Vaccine in Maryland - Part I

Date:
October 22, 2009
(Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore MD)

Presented by:
Mid-Atlantic Public Health Training Center
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Presenters:
John M. Colmers, MPH
Secretary

Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene

Frances B. Phillips, RN, MHA
Deputy Secretary for Public Health Services

Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene

David Blythe, MD, MPH, 
Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
State Epidemiologist

Heather Hauck, MSW, LICSW, 
Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Director, Infectious
 Disease and Environmental Health Administration

David Paulson
Director of Communication
Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene

Peter A. Sybinsky, PhD,
Chief of Staff to Deputy Secretary
for Public Health Services
Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene

Daniel O’Brien, 
Principal Counsel, Office of the Attorney General

Content

 

 
Click here to download a copy of the Power Point
Topics
Introductory Remarks:- John M. Colmers, MPH, Secretary,
Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene (DHMH)
Overview of H1N1:- Frances B. Phillips, RN, MHA Deputy Secretary
for Public Health Services, DHMH
Surveillance:- David Blythe, MD, MPH, State Epidemiologist
Vaccination:- Heather Hauck, MSW, LICSW, Director, Infectious
Disease and Environmental Health Administration
Communication:- David Paulson, Director of Communication
Moderator:- Peter A. Sybinsky, PhD, Chief of Staff to Deputy Secretary
for Public Health Services

Legal Resource:- Daniel O’Brien, Principal Counsel, Office of the attorney General

 

 

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