FW: emergency broadcast THIS Thursday
Dr. Elizabeth Sefcik
esefcik at falcon.tamucc.edu
Wed Oct 17 16:09:34 PDT 2001
At 01:08 PM 10/17/2001 -0400, you wrote:
>CDC Anthrax Broadcast. See below.
>Kathleen Kilbane RN-C, MS, FNP
>HRSA Midwest Field Office-Chicago
>233 North Michigan Ave., Suite 200
>Chicago, Illinois 60601-5519
>KKilbane at hrsa.gov
Which network is broadcasting this information.
>> Subject: emergency broadcast THIS Thursday
>> Importance: High
>> Hi everyone--
>> In light of recent events, CDC is broadcasting a live program THIS
>> Thursday (Oct. 18) titled "Anthrax: What Every Physician Should Know."
>> The program will aim to help clinicians recognize, test, treat and report
>> anthrax cases. Clinicians will be able to pose questions to the panel of
>> CDC is asking for our help to spread the word on this broadcast to the
>> health care community. Please forward the information in this e-mail and
>> the attached flier to grantees, training centers, relevant
>> listservs--anyone who might be interested in this program.
>> TIME: 4-5:30 p.m. EDT
>> Rebroadcast: Monday, Oct. 22, 5-6:30 p.m. EDT
>> There are three ways to participate in this program:
>> 1. Via satellite (attached flier has coordinates). Clinicians can
>> contact their state health department's Distance Learning Coordinator
>> and/or local hospital for viewing locations.
>> 2. Via webcast (a link will be provided Thursday at
>> 3. Via telephone (Dial 1-888-917-8047; passcode is Dr. Koplan; Leader
>> Name is Jo Ann Bittle)
>> Numbers for Call-In During Program
>> * FAX: 800-553-6323 Int'l: 404-639-0181
>> * E-mail: phtnlive at cdc.gov
>> * Technical Assistance Line: 800-728-8232
>> * Technical Assistance Int'l: 404-639-1289
>> * TTY: 800-815-8152 Int'l: 404-639-0182
>> Questions About the Program
>> Call 1-800-41-TRAIN, or e-mail dlc at cdc.gov
>> Thanks for any help you can provide in getting the word out quickly.
>> <<10-18 Broadcast.pdf>>
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