The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Public Health Grand Rounds is holding a webinar on the topic of care for individuals with intellectual disabilities and the public is offered an opportunity to submit questions prior to the event.
ODP encourages those interested to take part in viewing the public session via the CDC website.
What is Grand Rounds – From the CDC Website:
CDC Public Health Grand Rounds is a monthly scientific presentation featuring the important work that CDC is doing in the United States and around the world to protect people and save lives. Experts discuss major public health issues, key challenges, cutting-edge scientific evidence, potential solutions, and recent developments. Each session is the result of a rigorous process which takes months to prepare. This attention to detail ensures that our audiences receive up-to-date, scientifically accurate, and usable information. Grand Rounds welcomes clinicians, researchers, students of public health, medicine and nursing, and the public that we serve to attend in person or watch the live webcast. Did you miss the live session? No worries! We invite you to watch Grand Rounds on our “On Demand” page where we archive each session for your convenience. Free Continuing Education is available for most topics.
Please see the attached PDF for more event details.