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COVID-19 and Public Health System Resilience Workshop

All professionals involved in providing clinical care, public health, emergency management, and other community services during the COVID-19 pandemic to participate in a workshop in Toowoomba on 11 July 2022

This includes:

  • Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacist, and other clinicians
  • Emergency management representatives
  • Organizations involved in supplying medical devices, equipment, food, and other essential services
  • Government officials familiar with disaster management
  • Environmental health specialists, surveillance and epidemiology experts and health promotion representatives
  • Transportation and Critical infrastructure experts and representatives
  • Academics, researchers, and educators

By participating, you can identify and explore factors affecting public health system resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic and other disasters. The workshop will also allow you to inform future strategies for strengthening community and health system resilience.

The workshop is part of a research project funded by the World Health Organization titled Systematically identifying and evaluating strategies for strengthening community resilience.

Catering will be provided; a virtual workshop option will also be offered.

For more information, contact Baylor University, Global Development College and Hiroshima University.


9:00am - 2:30pm,
Monday 11 July 2022

Baillie Henderson Hospital, Garry Davies Service Centre, Open Area Tor St Toowoomba QLD 4350

Baylor University, Global Development College and Hiroshima University

CPD Points Available?

Event Fees?