Working Toward Sustainable and Inclusive Care Systems
Kate Francis is a technical director of Cadmus’ economic engagement and private sector development practice in the international development division. […]
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Cadmus’ public health experts explain the framework approach they use to assess credibility and content when new COVID-19 information emerges.
As organizations look forward to the future of office work in the time of COVID-19, now is the time for long-term planning and training.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, organizations must take time to think about how they will train and test staff in a virtual environment. Many organizations are revising current plans and developing new policies and procedures, all while trying to gauge what the “new normal” will look like.
Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic demands resilience and dedication from all of us in the global community and will continue to do so. Here’s how Cadmus is supporting our clients and keeping our employees safe.
For decades, governments have conducted emergency preparedness exercises as a method to evaluate the ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural and man made disasters. There is no doubt the tens of thousands of exercises conducted across the nation have improved the nation’s preparedness but, in order to tackle new and emerging threats, more must be done.
When faced with a health crisis such as a pandemic, the primary objective is ensuring the health and well being of the public and finding the fastest and easiest method to limit the spread of disease and take care of those who are sick. Cyber threats can hinder public health efforts if mitigation steps are not taken and partners are not engaged before a pandemic or other public health crisis occurs.