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Course Title:
International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases (ICEID) 2002 Webcast
Format: Webcast - Live Video and/or Audio
Cost (US $): None
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Course Description: Originally aired March 24-27, 2002 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The conference, the third in a series that began in 1998, attracted over 2,000 public health professionals. Focusing on the exchange of scientific and public health disease issues, the program included sessions on bioterrorism preparedness, the recent outbreak of anthrax, the impact of infectious agents on farming and food production, antimicrobial resistance, the interface of animal and human health, foot and mouth disease, genetic susceptibility to infection, and public health policy.

Major topics also included current work on: Foodborne Illnesses, Chronic Diseases, Vectorborne Diseases, Waterborne Illnesses, Global Health and GIS, Surveillance and Information Systems, Molecular Diagnostics and Epidemiology, Prevention and Control Strategies, Zoonotic Diseases.

Subject Area(s):
Infectious Diseases/Immunizations
Target Audience(s): Epidemiologists
Physician Assistants
Sponsor/Offerer: National Center for Infectious Diseases, CDC
Starting Date: Continuous/Self-Study
Ending Date: N/A
Special Notes: All webcast participants are eligible for continuing education credit. Award is contingent upon completion of an evaluation for every session for which you are requesting continuing education and completion of the Overall Conference Evaluation.

After watching complete sessions on this site, visit the CDC Training and Continuing Education Online system. You will be asked to register and log in separately to the CE system. Once logged in, you can then find the conference within the system by searching on the term "ICEID". Types of Continuing Education Credits Available: Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) 24 contact hours; Continuing Medical Education (CME) for physicians and nonphysicians, 24 hours Category 1; Continuing Education Units (CEU) available for other professions, 2.0 units; Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) for health educators, 20 hours Category 1.

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