The National Indian Health Board (NIHB), is developing an Infectious Disease Preparedness Learning Community (IDPLC) that will meet once a month to discuss guidelines, best practices, and lessons learned for the prevention and control of present and future infectious disease outbreaks in Tribal communities as well as guidelines and strategies shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The learning community is focused on knowledge sharing and attendees are encouraged to share information and build relationships with each other. Submit questions ahead of time so presenter(s) have time to review them. Please come prepared to ask questions or share your own insights and experiences.
The NIHB informational webinar will provide a brief overview of the Infectious Disease Learning Community meetings, provide time for discussion and recommendations from participants as well as begin to create a learning community that works best for its participants.
Join the Infectious Disease Preparedness Learning Community
All Tribal public health professionals, healthcare providers, emergency managers, and those who wish to learn more about infectious disease response and planning are encouraged to join.