Validation Institute (VI) and The Global Pharmaceutical and Medical Meetings Summit are collaborating to bring you this important webinar:
Using Technology and Data to Reduce COVID-19 Transmission Risk and Anxiety in the Conference, Hospitality, and Related Industries
Tuesday, March 17, 2 PM US EDT
The webinar is designed for leaders in the conference, education, hospitality, entertainment, sports and technology industries, and facility managers, and government officials. It will cover emergency preparedness and methods of risk mitigation. Attendees will discover effective techniques to reduce disease transmission, as well as how to clearly communicate the reasons for those steps to their audience. Registration for this event is $199 and is available here.
Discounted and complimentary passes are available for select academic and other not-for-profit applicants.
Join Columbia University epidemiologist, W. Ian Lipkin, who has been featured in The New Yorker and on PBS with Walter Isaacson as he explores the latest facts surrounding COVID-19 and tips for mitigating risk based on lessons learned from LEED, Homeland Security, and other recognized standards, including:
- What “business as usual” means for events and meeting management professionals
- Common sense tips for reducing exposure
- “Safe Harbor” steps you can apply to upcoming meetings, including trained greeters, temperature screening, and more
- The latest options for virtual meetings
Don’t miss your opportunity to get the latest insights from leading experts on epidemics, including Columbia University epidemiologist W. Ian Lipkin. Dr. Lipkin is the director of Columbia University’s Center for Infection and Immunity. He assisted the World Health Organization (WHO) and the People’s Republic of China during the 2003 SARS outbreak, advised Saudi Arabia in successfully containing the MERS outbreak there, and has been working with China on containing the current COVID-19 outbreak.