WEBINAR: Before the Flood | A Virtual Discussion on Preparedness & Resiliency
As we prepare for moderate to extreme spring flooding in the upcoming weeks and months across various parts of the country, #TeamIEM and its partners in the government and private-sector look forward to discussing opportunities for communities to prepare now and work towards resiliency.
WEBINAR: Leaders in Disaster Recovery | A Virtual Panel Discussion
In celebration of Women’s History Month, IEM is hosting a second virtual webinar featuring leaders who play critical roles in disaster recovery.
WEBINAR: Leaders in Resilience | A Virtual Panel Discussion
In celebration of Women’s History Month, IEM was pleased to convene leaders for a panel discussion on resilience.
State and Local Perspectives on Reforming CDBG-DR – 4/26/21
BPC’s task force on disaster response reform is hosting a webcast with leaders in managing CDBG-DR grants and disaster recoveries to explore their recent experiences with the program and key policy issues involved in reforming it.
Emergency Management Lessons Learned: Public & Private Sector Perspectives on Civil Unrest & Protests – 2/25/21
Join IEM and Asfalis for a discussion on the experiences and responsibilities of emergency managers, law enforcement, and private sector leaders during times of civil unrest and protest.
JHU Spotlight Series - COVID-19 and Seasonal Influenza: Preparing Hospitals and Vaccinating Patients, Part II
Part 2 of Dr. Rashid Chotani’s presentation on hospital preparedness for seasonal influenza patients and an increase in COVID-19 patients and vaccine access and the anti-vax movement.
JHU Spotlight Series - COVID-19 and Seasonal Influenza: Preparing Hospitals and Vaccinating Patients, Part I
COVID-19 and seasonal influenza each present a significant stress to the hospital system and medical professionals across the globe. What can we expect to happen when both COVID-19 cases and influenza occur simultaneously?
IEM Webinar – Emergency Management Lessons Learned: Civil Unrest and Protests
The discussion focused on the speakers respective agencies addressed civil unrest and protests this year and strategies for addressing inequity in emergency management.