SNS Ignite Session
The Six Most Memorable SNS Lessons You Will Ever Learn in 45 Minutes
Enjoy a fast-paced sharing session where you will be intrigued by the content of the presentations and the format. Six SNS planning professionals will engage the audience through an Ignite format of rapid delivery of important SNS promising practices and lessons learned.
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About the Ignite Session
What you are about to see is an Ignite session. Based on the Ignite and Pecha Kucha formats that are often used by the technology community to share ideas and pitches, each presenter will have five minutes and 20 slides that automatically advance every 15 seconds, to get their message across to you all. Similar to emergency response situations, the atmosphere is high-energy. Unlike a disaster situation, you all will be entertained, while absorbing the critical messages.
(The Ignite session is also available in six different short videos for the six individual sessions that make up the Ignite session; click on links to watch each session).
Part 1—Michael Loehr, Director of Preparedness for Public Health–Seattle & King County presents "Whole Community Approach to Medical Countermeasures Planning."
Part 2—Justin Snair, Deputy Director for the Town of Acton Health Department in Massachusetts presents "Can''t Afford a Software Developer? Hire a Public Health Planner."
Part 3—Ray Barishansky, Chief of Public Health Emergency Preparedness at Prince George''s County (MD) Health Department, presents "What Goes on Behind Closed PODs."
Part 4—Phil Maytubby, Chief of Public Health Protection for Oklahoma City –County Health Department presents "The Surveillance behind SNS."
Part 5—Carina Elsenboss, Advanced Practice Center Program Manager for Public Health–Seattle & King County presents"When Good Information Isn''t Enough."
Part 6—Cyndi Lake, Emergency Planner for the Alexandria Health Department, Virginia presents "We Get By with a Little Help from Our Friends."