Bioterrorism Update for Nurses: Smallpox Vaccination Program

Bioterrorism Update for Nurses: Smallpox Vaccination Program

Bioterrorism Update for Nurses: Smallpox Vaccination Program

EVENT: BIOTERRORISM UPDATE FOR NURSES:
SMALLPOX VACCINATION PROGRAM

DATE/TIME: TUESDAY, MARCH 25

Registration: 5 p.m.; conference: 5:30-7 p.m.

PLACE: UA College of Nursing, Room 117, 1501 N. Campbell Ave.

COST: No charge; all nurses invited. (Contact hours will be provided.)

RESERVATIONS: Please RSVP: lramirez@nursing.arizona.edu, or call 626-6767.

EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: Although this update is for nursing professionals, the news media is invited to attend/cover this event.


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The University of Arizona College of Nursing and the Pima County Health Department are joining forces to offer the second of a series of bioterrorism updates for nurses.
Bioterrorism Update for Nurses: Smallpox Vaccination Program, is scheduled Tuesday, March 25, 5-7 p.m., UA College of Nursing, Room 117. Elizabeth MacNeill, MD, chief medical officer for the Pima County Health Department, is the featured speaker. (In October, the two organizations co-presented, Nurses and Bioterrorism: Serving Our Community - What will Your Role Be? Response was so great that quarterly updates have been planned.)

As the largest group of health care professionals in Pima County, registered nurses play a significant role in planning and caring for our citizens in the event of disaster or bioterrorism.