CHHS Public Health Program Director Trudy Henson and Senior Law & Policy Analyst Hassan Sheikh discussed the ongoing issues related to the coronavirus, in Part II of the CHHS webinar series. Watch the video here:
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CHHS Public Health Program Director Trudy Henson and Senior Law & Policy Analyst conducted a webinar to discuss legal issues related to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. Watch below:
UPDATE: This event has filled to capacity, and we are no longer accepting registrations. We are considering adding a separate tabletop exercise in the Spring. If you would like to be notified when a new exercise has been scheduled, please contact Trudy Henson at firstname.lastname@example.org. On Thursday, March 19th, 2020, CHHS will host a free […]
The University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS) is proud to release its quarterly newsletter for the Fallof 2019. This edition features in-focus reports on all of our program areas, as well as a a message from our Founder and Director, Michael Greenberger. Check it out here: CHHS Newsletter – Fall […]
For the past several years, CHHS has collaborated with the CyberWire podcast as an academic research partner. The CyberWire daily podcast is hosted by the Maryland-based CyberWire news service, which delivers real-time cybersecurity news updates to a global audience. CHHS Public Policy & External Affairs Program Director Ben Yelin has been a frequent guest on […]
CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger spoke with CSPAN’s Washington Journal on the disaster response efforts to Hurricane Dorian. Check out the full segment here.
The Republican governor says Maryland is particularly vulnerable to flooding, because it has 7,000 miles (11,265 kilometers) of shoreline. Maryland’s Ellicott City has suffered two major floods less than two years apart. Maryland’s capital city of Annapolis experiences tidal flooding at least 40 days out of the year. The coalition is a nonpartisan group of […]
Last week, the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services (HCDFRS) released an Internal Safety Review Board report regarding the Line of Duty Death of Lieutenant Nathan Flynn. CHHS is honored to have worked closely with the Internal Safety Review Board throughout its eleven month investigation, providing project management and writing support. Senior Law […]
The University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS) is proud to release its quarterly newsletter for the Summer of 2019. This edition features in-focus reports on three program areas: academics, recovery and public safety technology. It also includes a message from our Founder and Director, Michael Greenberger. Check it out here: CHHS […]
On July 19th, 2019, the Prince George’s County Emergency Preparedness Program and Partners will facilitate a Full Scale Exercise to practice mass medication dispensing capabilities. We are currently seeking volunteers to serve as clients to walk through a point of dispensing (POD) at Largo High School. Volunteers will be needed from 9:00 am until 12:00 […]
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