Disaster Podcast hosts Jamie Davis, the Podmedic and Sam Bradley attended the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) Preparedness Summit recently with the ProMed Network podcast studio. In this segment Sam got the chance to talk about pandemics and PODs (or Points Of Dispensing) with two groups.
First, Sam talked about standard or open PODs with Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for the City of Detroit, Andy Pickett, and Melissa McClung an epidemiologist from Denver Public Health. Then, in the second section, Sam talks about closed PODs with Dave Reddick, co-manager of the Bio-Defense Network and John Anthony from Sl. Louis County, Missouri.
Make sure you check back here often for all of the segments recorded in our podcast studio at the NACCHO Public Health Preparedness Summit.
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