Discover the 2013 ISDS Conference

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Whether you are planning on attending the ISDS Conference for the first time this December or you have been attending since 2002, the ISDS Scientific Program Committee invites you to discover the 2013 ISDS Conference! This webinar will highlight the abstract submission process, new abstract submission type, and the Pre-Conference Workshops. The webinar will include brief overviews by Scientific Program Committee Chair, Wayne Loschen, and Pre-Conference Workshop Planning Chair, Bill Storm, and will be followed by an informal question and answer session.

The ISDS annual conference is the premier event dedicated to the advancement of the science and practice of biosurveillance. The theme for this year's conference— Translating Research and Surveillance into Action— highlights one of the salient topics voiced by the biosurveillance community, and will focus on strategies for incorporating the latest in biosurveillance approaches, methodologies, and results into data-driven public health practices, programs, and policies. The conference will be held at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in New Orleans, LA, December 12-13, 2013, with Pre-Conference Workshops on December 11th.

Presenters:
Bill Storm, MPH, Ohio Department of Health, 2013 Pre-Conference Workshop Planning Chair
Wayne Loschen, MS, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, 2013 Scientific Program Committee Chair

*Hosted by the 2013 Scientific Program Committee.

 

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Original Publication Year: 
2013
Event/Publication Date: 
December, 2013

May 15, 2019

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