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May 04, 2007

CDC Offers New Grand Rounds Series

The Centers for Disease Control just announced that they will be making available a satellite and web cast series of grand rounds. The Public Health Grand Rounds series will contain "real-world case studies that highlight the agency's health protection goals."

"The first program in the series, Healthy Places Leading to Healthy People: Community Engagement Improves Health for All, airing May 11, 2 pm to 3pm, focuses on the agency's Healthy Communities Goal under the overarching Healthy Places Goal and features the community of Wabasso located in Indian River County, Florida."

Other upcoming topics include child health on June 15th, and global / world health on September 28th, with more web casts forthcoming.

Registration information available at the link below.

CDC: Public Health Grand Rounds on CDC Health Protection Goals: http://www.cdc.gov/news/2007/05/phgr_healthprotection.html

Posted by pfa at May 4, 2007 03:38 PM

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