Prepare for 2024: Safeguarding Public Health against Diseases, Disasters, and Bioterrorism

Unprepared for Public Health Emergencies? A Discussion on the State of Nation’s Readiness and Recommendations to Policymakers.

On May 29 at 2 PM ET, a panel of experts will discuss the nation’s readiness for public health emergencies. They will examine the key findings of the Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) 2024 report and offer recommendations to policymakers. The Ready or Not 2024 report highlights gaps in national and state preparedness for protecting residents’ health during emergencies.

The report emphasizes that despite some progress in emergency preparedness, there are still challenges to address. Policymakers not heeding lessons from past emergencies, funding cuts, and health misinformation are putting decades of progress at risk. It is crucial for policymakers to take the findings of the report seriously and implement the recommendations to ensure the nation is better prepared for future public health emergencies.

Joining this panel of experts can provide you with valuable insights into the state of the nation’s readiness and what steps can be taken to protect public health during times of crisis. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about this critical topic.

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