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Universal Preparedness in Health Care Settings


This blog post covers universal preparedness topics.

A panel of NETEC experts in emergency management, infection prevention, personal protective equipment, and pre-hospital care joined a fireside chat to discuss the role of health care personnel in planning and emergency response within a universal preparedness framework. Watch the fireside chat. 

Universal preparedness is the concept of multi-sector, coordinated response planning for emergencies. Within the health care sector, universal preparedness requires integrating preparedness across all health system functions, fostering a continual state of readiness, and equipping health care providers with the knowledge, skills, and planning to respond to any event. 

Read more on the NETEC blog post: Universal Preparedness in Health Care Settings





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