May 2 – Putting the “Where” in Prepare: A Modern Approach to Public Health Preparedness

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Preparation and response to evolving public health threats is a complex challenge. While the threats vary across departments and geographies, similar workflows and capabilities are needed by public health organizations regardless of their size or budgets.

Everyone needs data integration and comprehensive data views (situational awareness), ways to identify and respond to vulnerable populations, and tools that make the delivery of public information and resources easier.

Join us on Thursday, May 2 from 2-3 p.m. ET/11 a.m.-noon PT to learn how to take a modern approach to this work using geographic information systems (GIS) tools from Esri that address the Center of Disease Control’s six key preparedness domains.

Specifically, you’ll learn how to:

  • Conduct rapid health needs assessments using ArcGIS tools in blue skies or post event.
  • Efficiently site point of dispensing (POD) locations for your strategic national stockpile (SNS).
  • Integrate multiple data sources “on-the-fly” using Web GIS.
  • Increase situational awareness with easily configured apps.

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