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Health and Social Services Recovery is the topic of discussion from Joshua Barnes from at ...we’re learning about some best practices to make sure these vital services don’t skip a beat!
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Good morning from ...we’re starting the day off with IDPH Assistant Director Evonda Thomas-Smith and Christine Kosmos from to hear about the operational readiness of preparedness programs.
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Information sharing partnership discussions with the Statewide Terrorism & Intelligence Center (STIC) and the Business Emergency Operations Center (BEOC) as it relates to the public health community is happening now!
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IDPH 22h
Come check out this interactive display on the stage of Braden Auditorium...the City of Chicago’s DSNS 12-hour push package!
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Katie Zumwalt McConnell 23h
Day ONE: Session 2: Exclusion, Isolation, Quarantine, & Closure! Includes diseases such as Ebola & Measles.
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IDPH Jun 25
STOP the BLEED is a course that encourages bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to save lives before help arrives! Leaders of are the instructors at
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IDPH Jun 25
Helping others in times of stress is the basis of psychological first aid. As a volunteer for the American Red Cross , Marilyn Stevens provides a framework for this and a review of the full course.
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IDPH Jun 25
We’re here at in Normal at the 2019 Public Health and Health Care Coalition Preparedness Summit where we are preparing for emerging threats through expanded partnerships! Registration is open and we’re excited to see everyone!
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IDPH Jun 24
IDPH is excited to kick off the 2019 Public Health and Health Care Coalition Preparedness Summit tomorrow at !
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IDPH Jun 20
IDPH Director, Dr. Ezike with Dr. Robert Redfield at headquarters in Atlanta working to strengthen State-Federal relationships and elevate public health!
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IDPH Jun 19
Great tips from for IL residents along the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers!
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Ready Illinois Jun 18
Day 100 of the 2019 Illinois Flood Fight. We've seen relentless rains, record crests & unwavering support from our friends & neighbors. Throughout it all, Illinoisans remain steadfast in our commitment to help our river communities rebuild stronger than before.
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IDPH Jun 17
Water Safety isn't just sunscreen, watch kids when they are in or around water without being distracted! Parents make sure your kids are at arm's reach!
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IDPH Jun 14
Join the Epilepsy 5k Walk to support the fight to overcome challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives. Tomorrow! @ Washington Park Pavilion, Springfield, IL, 9:00 am
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Ready Illinois Jun 12
While rivers may be cresting throughout our state, flooding continues to impact IL residents. If you come across a flooded roadway, please . 3 out of 4 flood fatalities involve people in vehicles trying to cross flooded roads. Video:
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Governor JB Pritzker Jun 12
I’m signing the Reproductive Health Act into law, making Illinois the most progressive state in the nation for women’s reproductive rights. Watch live:
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IL Pub Health Inst Jun 12
Kicking off the "Exploring Medicaid Coverage of the Diabetes Prevention Program in Illinois" meeting with opening remarks from Dr. Ezike of and Robert Mendonsa from the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services.
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IDPH Jun 12
ICYMI: With summer kicking into full gear, IDPH's Melaney Arnold shares the importance of scheduling vaccination appointments sooner rather than later!
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U.S. Surgeon General Jun 11
Great to meet with & new Director, Dr. Ngozi Ezike today. From the to ’ efforts to end in America, we covered a lot of ground. But I especially appreciated her insights as a pediatrician on efforts to communicate the importance of vaccines.
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Ready Illinois Jun 10
TAKE CARE OF YOU: The stress of a flood can take a toll on your physical *and* mental health. Help is available. Crisis counseling and support is available 24/7 at 800-985-5990.
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