Using statistically representative synthetic populations, FRED (A Framework for Reconstructing Epidemiological Dynamics) is a flexible system that can be used to model diverse situations, including infectious diseases, chronic conditions, demographic changes at the population level, and the effects of human behavior. FRED can be used to predict outcomes of an epidemic, such as epidemic curves and disease incidence, as well as for evaluating interventions, such as school closure, social distancing, and changes in vaccination behavior.
The Dawn Gideon Lecture and webcast is an annual educational event funded by the Dawn Gideon Foundation and conducted by the Department of Health Policy and Management at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health in cooperation with the HPM Alumni Association and made possible by the contributing sponsorship of the Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania.
If you are attending the luncheon, it will begin at noon on Monday, November 12. The lecture portion of the program is scheduled to begin at 12:45 p.m.
Registering ahead of time is highly recommended. This event is well attended.
ACHE's annual Congress on Healthcare Leadership provides you with opportunities to benefit from cutting-edge professional development on the most current and relevant topics with the nation's most influential thought leaders; to gain practical solutions to contemporary challenges in healthcare management and delivery; and to network with a global community of the best and brightest healthcare executives from across the continuum of care.
** Plan to attend the co-located Chicago reception for Pitt Public Health alumni and friends. **
Please view the American Heart Association fundraiser flyer at this link: Sept2016 AmerHeartAssoc.pptx
There will be an event at the Grist House Craft Brewery in Millvale on October 12th, from 5:00pm-9:00pm which benefits the AHA.
We think it will be a fun time!
If there are any questions please contact Linda Lakdawala at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated On Wednesday, October 05, 2016 by Kernan, Peggy Ann
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