Webcast June 28, 2006
Pandemic flu can affect all countries, causing widespread illness, large numbers of deaths, economic and social disruption, and medical supply shortages. How well prepared is your institution for a pandemic? What can you do to improve preparedness plans? Do you have business continuity plans in place? How will you communicate with families and other community members? Do you know the questions you should be asking? This web conference provides you with the critical questions you must be asking on your campus, and offers examples of what institutions are doing to plan strategically in order to prepare their campuses for the threat of a pandemic flu.
- John McLaughlin, Managing Director Higher Education Practice, Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc.
- Dr. Anita L. Barkin, Director, Carnegie Mellon University Student Health Service
- David Pajak, Director of Risk Management, Syracuse University