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 […]
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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 […]
Several CHHS staff members will share their expertise with public health preparedness professionals nationwide as presenters at the 2019 Preparedness Summit on March 26th & 27th in St. Louis, MO. Please see the schedule and hyperlinks below for details. If you are attending the Summit, we hope to see you at our presentations! Tuesday, […]
On May 23rd, 2019, CHHS will help facilitate a Full Scale Exercise on behalf of the Region V Hospital Coalition. We are currently seeking volunteers to serve as mock patients. Please sign up to volunteer below:
The National Security Agency, in 2017, awarded a series of grants to universities to build academic courses on critical cybersecurity topics. The goal of the project was to establish a free, open-source repository of courses and modules so that the public would have access to content developed by the the country’s foremost cybersecurity experts. CHHS […]
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