Join your fellow continuity professionals for open discussions to share challenges, innovations, learnings, and other great ideas related to the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak! You will have the opportunity to network and enjoy a conversation with fellow ACP members and practitioners.
Come share with us your perspective and questions!
These town hall forums are free and open to current ACP members only. Please make sure to login to ACP's website to view the Member Town Hall Forums.
Dispelling COVID-19 Myths: What We Continuity Professionals Can Do?
TODAY, Thursday, July 9 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST / 12:00 – 1:00 pm CST / 10:00 – 11:00 am PST
About your facilitator: ACP National Board Member Robbie LaRocca Learn more about your facilitator on ACP's website.
Like every organization, Children's had to almost instantly change our business practices: new ways to work, new work locations, and new work tasks. All of these are strong business continuity challenges, but especially so when the organization is striving to meet two imperatives during a time of heightened risk: • Provide the best quality of care to the sickest of children • Protect our patients and caregivers from the most virulent disease in many generations
Caldwell County Emergency Management Services in North Carolina just launched a two-person community health team propelled by new software that allows the tracking of health trends and includes a telehealth application.
This week, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported the smallest increase in deaths related to outbreaks since it began reporting them in April. Six people had died of COVID-19 from known outbreaks since June 24, bringing the total to 956.
“I think we should set our expectations low. I really think we’re most likely to have several vaccines, and that they will lower disease severity and prevent some infections. It doesn’t have to be 100% effective to have enormous value for the world.”
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If you are an expert interested in supporting the profession through educating your peers, we’d love to consider featuring you as an ACP featured presenter.
Please note that submissions must be sent by 11:00 am EST on Wednesdays to be included in that week's newsletter.
We've recently experienced a renewed interest in ACP's Industry Sponsorship Program from companies providing products and services to contingency professionals. These individuals are responsible for a variety of mission critical functions including business continuity, disaster recovery, emergency management, and risk management. This is an opportunity for industry organizations to tell your story and educate an expanding marketplace as to the value of your company deliverables. As an Association Industry Sponsor you can be assured of significant exposure to our members in a variety of mediums including our weekly communication News & Views.
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