Health care and public health professionals can register to attend a Sept. 19-20 workshop in Omaha, Neb., on preparing for emerging infectious diseases, such as Ebola, offered by the National Ebola Training and Education Center. NETEC also will offer the two-day workshop later this year in Boston and next year in Denver; Spokane, Wash.; and Baltimore. For additional Ebola preparedness resources, visit https://netec.org.

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