What We’re Reading — A Month of Blog Posts

National Preparedness Month and Newborn Screening Awareness Month

As you probably know, this month has been both National Preparedness Month and Newborn Screening Awareness Month.  And as you may have noticed, our blog has been BLOWING UP (don’t worry, we were prepared) with fantastic posts honoring each of those months.  Just in case you missed any of these great stories, here is a rundown of posts by APHL staff, members and partners:

National Preparedness Month:

– My Path To Public Health Preparedness and Response by Christopher Chadwick, MS, Senior Specialist, Public Health Preparedness and Response, APHL

– System Built for Responding to Bioterrorism Confirms Plague in Colorado Girl by Larry Sater, MS BT/CT Coordinator, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment Laboratory Services Division

– National Preparedness Month and Serendipity by Jim Garrow, Guest Blogger, Operations and Logistics Manager for the Bioterrorism and Public Health Preparedness Program at the Philadelphia Department of Public Health

Newborn Screening Awareness Month:

– It’s all about the babies by Pat Blake, Strategic Communications Director, State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa

– Happy Birthday to Ary — 10 years of Living With Sickle Cell by Michelle Forman, Senior Media Specialist, APHL

– Raising Baby Caroline: Life With PKU by Michelle Forman, Senior Media Specialist, APHL

– Breathing a Sigh of Relief Thanks to Newborn Screening by Elizabeth Jones, MPH, Specialist, Newborn Screening and Genetics, APHL

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