Workshop on Infectious Diseases
Campus and community personnel gather to explore infectious disease issues—sharing what they’ve learned and finding additional resources
This was a year that captured everyone’s attention about such major diseases as Ebola. And every year campuses prepare and often have to respond to flu. So on Feb. 12, 2015 campus personnel from all six CRC institutions came together to connect with Wake County health and emergency management personnel and each other about preparing for and responding to infectious diseases. Some 45 people came to Meredith College to share what they’ve already learned and what more they need to learn. Spokespeople from each campus shared their experiences with infectious disease issues ranging from dealing with students traveling abroad to how they communicate to students, faculty,staff and parents when an issue arises.
Photos: Top right: Ivan Lee and Darshan Patel from Wake County offices dealing with health issues helped attendees learn of resources in the County. Michael Bachman, Wake County EMS Deputy Director over Clinical Affairs, kicked off the Feb. 12th event with observations from his county-wide experience.
Left: Rita Jerman from Wake Tech, Frank Rizzo from William Peace, Leah Arnett from NC State, and Juanda Holley from Shaw—all gave reports from their campuses.