Virtual Emergency Preparedness Symposium: November 9-11
Please join us for our annual Stanford Medicine–Rambam Health Care Campus Symposium!
This year’s theme is Disaster Preparedness and Lessons Learned from the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic, and aims to examine how our practices, approaches and understanding of disaster preparedness and response are evolving during this sudden and volatile crisis.
This virtual symposium will draw speakers and attendees on an international scale, from the Greater Bay Area, throughout the United States, to Israel. We will engage at the international, national, and local level to identify how together we can advance the field of emergency management. Key topics will include surge capacity, data sharing, public health infrastructure, coordination between health systems, mental health, and our “new normal”, amongst others.
The Stanford University School of Medicine and Rambam Health Care Campus collaboration was launched in early 2020 with the goal of facilitating interaction and exchange of ideas and resources that benefit discovery and human health by improving patient care through advancing the underlying science of medicine and leveraging one another’s capabilities to accelerate local programs.
For more information and to register, please contact Sari Arshadnia, American Friends of Rambam at SArshadnia@aforam.org or at (424) 240-8083.