About this Event
We have endured two years of a global pandemic, and it's not over yet. The community has come together in unprecedented ways to combat COVID-19, and all the while the everyday work of public health has continued. As we look beyond this pandemic, what have we learned so far? How can we ensure that we remain prepared -- or become better prepared -- for future public health emergencies without sacrificing the important work of "routine" public health? Where do we go from here?
This Public Health Grand Rounds webinar will feature Michael Mendoza, MD, MPH, MS, FAAFP, Commissioner of Public Health for Monroe County, and professor of Clinical Family Medicine, Public Health Sciences, and Nursing at URMC.