NACCHO recently released the 2018 Preparedness Profile Assessment, which describes the landscape of public health emergency preparedness across the United States. The findings reinforce that, as the threat environment in our nation evolves, it’s more important than ever to equip preparedness professionals with the knowledge, resources, and relationships needed to prepare for and respond to public health threats. There’s no better place to build this capacity than at the 2019 Preparedness Summit in St. Louis, MO.
From March 26-29, join nearly 1,800 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, “The Evolving Threat Environment.”
Early-bird registration is still available – register by February 8th to save $100, and sign up for the Preparedness Summit e-newsletter to get the latest news on the 2019 Preparedness Summit. Don’t miss this opportunity to build the sustainable preparedness capacity and capability needed to adapt preparedness infrastructure and processes to address emerging and evolving public health threats.