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From the GMR: Public Health and Red River Floods webcast

This is a series of webcasts hosted by the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice at the University of Washington. It might be of interest to our region since they will be talking about the Red River floods.

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Subject: [NWCPHP-Training] Save-the-date! May Hot Topics Session
Date: Fri, 08 May 2009 16:38:13 -0700
From: nwcphp-training@u.washington.edu
Reply-To: nwcphp-training@u.washington.edu
To: nwcphp-training@u.washington.edu

Mark your calendars! The May Hot Topics session is just around the corner.

The Hot Topics in Preparedness series is a monthly, online forum sponsored by the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice. We encourage you to login as a group in a meeting room. Please visit www.nwcphp.org/htip for registration information.

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MAY HOT TOPIC:
Red River Floods: Fargo

PRESENTER:
Doug Murphy, MBA, BMS
Emergency Preparedness Regional Coordinator, Fargo Cass Public Health

DATE & TIME:
Tuesday, May 26; Noon-1:00 pm (Pacific)

LEADER:
Paul Wiesner

More details and flyers for this session will be coming soon!

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