Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Smithsonian `Next Pandemic' Webinar Now Available Online


For those who were unable to watch the live webinar held on Monday by Smithsonian Magazine and Johns Hopkins (see Upcoming Smithsonian Livestream: “The Next Pandemic: Are We Prepared?") the full 2 hour and 34 minute presentation is now available on the Smithsonian Magazine Youtube Channel.
Between scheduling a 3-hour block of time out of a workday, and some reported streaming problems (my iPad feed had low volume, and a lot of buffering), not everyone who wanted to see this livestreamed event was able to do so. 
The Smithsonian Magazine has an overview of Monday's presentation, along with the embedded video on their website:
When the Next Pandemic Hits, Will We Be Prepared?
The question isn’t whether a pandemic will strike—it’s how it will play out.
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Or you can watch it on Youtube at the following link:
Although I haven't viewed it all (yet), from what I was able to see on Monday, this is well worth your time to view.

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