COVID-19 Series: The Pandemic in Omaha: Current State and Future Possibilities (Webinar)
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COVID-19 Series: The Pandemic in Omaha: Current State and Future Possibilities (Webinar)

Join us for our first of three sessions in our COVID-19 Series: Experts, Events, & Ethics: Conversations with local experts on public health, virtual fundraising events, and ethical/legal dilemmas. In this session we'll hear from Dr. Adi Pour and Dr. Ali Khan, who will provide an update on the pandemic and answer your questions.

6/5/2020
When: Friday, June 5, 2020
8:30 am - 9:45 am
Where: Zoom Webinar
Contact: Abby


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Nonprofit Association of the Midlands Home - Vic Gutman & Associates, Inc.

 

COVID-19 Series: Experts, Events & Ethics


Local experts to help nonprofits navigate difficult decisions around safety and health, fundraising events, and legal and ethical issues in the workplace.

 
The Pandemic in Omaha: Current State and Future Possibilities
June 5, 8:30-9:45 

What’s the state of the pandemic here in Douglas County? Are we flattening the curve, crushing it, or starting a new curve altogether? What benchmarks matter most for re-opening facilities? How will we know that it’s safe for children to return to school? These questions and more will be answered by two local public health leaders: Dr. Adi Pour, Health Director at the Douglas County Health Department, and Dr. Ali S. Khan, Dean of UNMC’s College of Public Health. Register, submit your questions in advance, and attend to gain insights on how your organization can keep its staff and clients safe.


Moderator:
Beth Kramer

Panelists:
Dr. Adi Pour, Health Director, Douglas County Health Department
Dr. Ali S. Khan, infectious disease specialist and Dean, College of Public Health, UNMC.

Tuition: 

NAM Members: FREE

Not-Yet Members: $10

 

Zoom links will be sent to registered attendees the day before the webinar.