CDC Grand Rounds: Where in Health is Disability? to be Rebroadcast

Originally broadcast on December 18th, the CDC’s Grand Rounds: Where in Health is Disability? Public Health Practices to Include People with Disabilities will be rebroadcast on January 30th with a live question-and-answer session to follow.

The Grand Rounds include presentations from:

  • Gloria Krahn, PhD, Director National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities on Who are People with Disabilities?
  • Monika Mitra, PhD, University of Massachusetts Medical School on Disparities in Health Among People with Disabilities in Massachusetts
  • Jennifer M. Hootman, PhD, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion on Expanding Reach of Evidence-Based Health Promotion Programs
  • Catherine Leigh Graham, University of South Carolina School of Medicine on Health and Wellness in People with Disabilities: Progress in South Carolina
  • Georges C. Benjamin, MD, American Public Health Association, on Strengthening Accessibility in Public Health

The original program will be rebroadcast in its entirety January 30th from 1 to 2:30pm EST. From 2:00-2:30 p.m. ET, Catherine Leigh Graham, Jennifer Hootman, Gloria Krahn, and Monika Mitra will answer questions from the audience via Twitter, email and phone.

You can submit questions between 1 and 2:30 by email to grandrounds@cdc.gov or through Twitter with hashtag #cdcgrandrounds. Phone questions may be submitted between 1:45 and 2:30pm by calling 800/369-1170 and enter CDC MEETING.

No registration is required to view this broadcast. Continuing education credits are available (registration required).

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