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Emergency CDC Anthrax Broadcast -- pass it on to your docs

Posted by R. on October 18, 2001 at 14:23:27:

Got this from Dr. Mercola.

The CDC is broadcasting a live program TODAY, Thursday October 18 titled:

"Anthrax: What Every Physician Should Know"

The program will aim to help clinicians recognize, test, treat and report anthrax cases. Clinicians will be able to pose questions to the panel of experts.

CDC is asking for our help to spread the word on this broadcast to the health care community. Please forward the information in this e-mail and the attached flier to grantees, training centers, relevant listservs -- anyone who might be interested in this program.

TIME: 4-5:30 p.m. EDT

Rebroadcast: Monday, Oct. 22, 5-6:30 p.m. EDT

There are three ways to participate in this program:
1. Via satellite (attached flier has coordinates). Clinicians can contact their state health department's Distance Learning Coordinator and/or local hospital for viewing locations.
2. Via webcast (a link will be provided Thursday at http://www.cdc.gov/phtn
3. Via telephone (Dial 1-888-917-8047; passcode is Dr. Koplan; Leader Name is Jo Ann Bittle)
Numbers for Call-In During Program * FAX: 800-553-6323

Int'l: 404-639-0181 *
E-mail: phtnlive@cdc.gov *
Technical Assistance Line: 800-728-8232 *
Technical Assistance Int'l: 404-639-1289 *
TTY: 800-815-8152 Int'l: 404-639-0182

Questions About the Program Call 1-800-41-TRAIN, or e-mail dlc@cdc.gov



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