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NETEC Webinar Series (06/28/24)/Online Course: Mpox in 2024: Updates and Considerations for Frontline Staff


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NETEC Webinar Series (06/28/24)/Online Course: Mpox in 2024: Updates and Considerations for Frontline Staff


Join NETEC for a webinar on the latest updates and considerations for managing Mpox in 2024. During this session, you will gain valuable insights from leading experts on the current landscape of Mpox, both domestically and internationally. Participants will also learn about the latest Mpox vaccine recommendations and available treatment options. The webinar will cover important lab considerations for specimen collection and testing, as well as how to differentiate between categories of waste. Tailored for frontline workers, laboratorians, physicians, nurses, and infection preventionists, this webinar will better equip you to handle the challenges associated with Mpox in frontline health care facilities.





Jun 28, 2024 01:00 PM in EDT



Anna Quay Yaffee, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine


Jonathan Grein, MD
Director of Hospital Epidemiology
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Vicki Herrera, MS
Research Coordinator
University of Nebraska Medical Center

John Horton, MD
Department of Gynecology & Obstetrics
Associate Professor
Emory University

Kari Love, RN, PhDc, CIC, FAPIC
Corporate Director of Infection Prevention
Emory Healthcare


Continuing education credits (CNE, CME, P.A.C.E.) will be provided for this activity. Participants will be asked to complete a post-webinar evaluation immediately following the webinar. We recommend accessing the webinar from a PC or Mac computer using the Chrome, Firefox, or Safari (Mac) web browser.


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