Join Concordia University Texas for free upcoming webinars in June. Dr. Glendene Lemard-Marlow, associate professor of Global Health and director of the Concordia Master of Public Health, will host discussions with industry professionals about the impact of COVID-19 and ways we can constructively respond.
Each discussion focuses on a central theme and offers valuable information to help you navigate this unprecedented time.
The webinars are sponsored by the new Concordia University Texas Master of Public Health (MPH) program, which equips students with the tools they need to promote population health in local communities, across the nation and around the world.
The fully online, 16-month program offers you flexibility and individualized attention from experienced CTX professors. Through an interdisciplinary curriculum with a global outlook, the Concordia MPH enables you to make a positive impact on communities and access new leadership roles.
Reopening Texas — Viewpoints from Our City
Wednesday, June 3, 2020
As Texas reopens, there are many questions left outstanding. How do we navigate the flood of information from various sources? How do we stay safe as restrictions are lifted while the infection rates of COVID-19 continue to increase?
Lemard-Marlow and Stephanie Hayden, the director of Austin Public Health for the City of Austin, will discuss what local city agencies are doing to answer these questions and what we need to do to stay safe as Texas reopens.
Fulfilling Your Organization's Mission When COVID-19 Interferes
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Imagine being on vacation when a global health pandemic breaks out. Now imagine you are the CEO of a highly specialized, long-term in-patient hospital for patients who need to be in the intensive care unit for weeks or months. Next, imagine you are also the president of a board for a nonprofit organization that has a surgical medical mission planned in the upcoming months.
Learn how Curt Roberts, the chief executive officer of Cornerstone Hospitals of Austin and Round Rock and president of the Austin Smiles board, was able to plan, pivot and persevere to fulfill both organizations' missions as COVID-19 was reshaping our world. Lemard-Marlow and Roberts will explore crisis management techniques and the mishaps and wins in a stimulating conversation about lessons learned, best practices and more.
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