• #Prep15 – Connect with Preparedness Summit Attendees on Twitter
    #Prep15 – Connect with Preparedness Summit Attendees on Twitter

    For the past few years, hundreds of attendees have written thousands of tweets during the four days of the Preparedness Summit. People from all over the country follow the Summit hashtag for live updates about what attendees are learning during the sessions. Summit organizers host Twitter chats before the Summit to encourage both in-person and “virtual” attendees to use Twitter Read more


In an increasingly interconnected world, public health threats can emerge on the other side of the globe and arrive within a day on the doorstep of health departments, healthcare providers, schools, and more. Global health security preparedness issues such as protecting against infectious disease, the health effects of climate change and extreme weather, and cybersecurity threats to critical infrastructure, impact all levels of governmental public health and healthcare agencies. Read more