March 2016 Seminar: Lessons from Ebola - The Top Ten Things to Have in your Crisis Plan
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3/10/2016
When: Thursday, March 10, 2016
9:15 am Registration; 9:30 - 11:00 am Seminar
Where: Maggiano's Buckhead
3368 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, Georgia  30326
United States
Contact: Denise Grant
770.449.6369


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A Crisis Communications Plan is a must-have for every organization. Whether you are looking to develop your first crisis plan or dusting-off an old document, learn from some of Georgia’s most seasoned crisis practitioners the must-haves for crisis planning and management.

When the Ebola outbreak made news in 2014, Emory University was thrust into the spotlight when it was asked to care for Ebola patients. Emory’s leadership in the uncharted territory of Ebola crisis communications demonstrated – to the world – courage in action, helped quell fears, and provided hope.  At this seminar you will learn by direct examples from the Ebola crisis the Top Ten must-haves for your crisis plan. Leaders from Emory’s crisis team will share how planning and practicing ensured a positive outcome and remains important as the Ebola story continues to evolve.

Speakers:

 

Vincent J. Dollard, APR, Associate Vice President, Communications, Emory Woodruff Health Sciences, Emory University

 

Holly Korschun, Executive Director, Research Communications, Emory Woodruff Health Sciences, Emory University

   Melanie De Gennaro, Director, Corporate Internal Communications, Emory Healthcare

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