Wrap-Up: Ebola International Webinar Discussionwatchadmin
We recognize that Ebola is still an issue across the world, however it seems to be generally contained to the few suffering countries for now. As a result, we held our last webinar Thursday, January 8th which included a summary of our previous sessions, discussion of what we learned from this experience, and review of things that could be improved for similar events going forward.
These webinars would not have been possible without the support of our participants, guest speakers, moderators (Michael McKeage, Ken Luciak and Randy Mellow), and partners. We offer our most sincere thank you to the Paramedic Chiefs of Canada, the International Association of EMS Chiefs (IAEMSC), the National Emergency Medical Services Association (NEMSMA), and the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED), as we continue a tradition of information and best practices sharing that started with SARS, was used for H1N1, and now Ebola.
In the event that something important were to come up, we would still like to have the ability to pull together an impromptu meeting and will notify you of the date and time in which the call will take place.
Thank you again for your continued support!
Our sincere apologies, our webinar platform hosts have mistakenly removed this recording from the archives.
However, we have included the pdf version of the slides that were discussed during the webinar here.