Helping Doctors Treat HIV, Ebola and Zika Patients
The best part about being a healthcare freelance writer is that I’m always on the lookout for fun, interesting things to do to break-up my workday routine.
Here’s something that caught my eye...
Take a look at the description of her session:
HIV, Ebola, Malaria, and recently the Zika Virus in Brazil have pushed the healthcare system to its limits in many parts of the world. The World Health Organization estimates there is currently a shortage of over 7 million healthcare workers in the world — which means preventable outbreaks often become defining moments in a community. Especially in resource-limited countries, international organizations are forced to move from crisis to crisis without the ability to invest in the future of the local healthcare system. What are the best methods of educating and training doctors, nurses, and midwives who can then work towards building a healthy future for their community? How are public-private partnerships working to prioritize areas where investment is crucial, and what are the timelines for delivery?
This event is May 2 from 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. at the Sofitel Chicago Water Tower. Interested? Register here.