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Updated May 11, 2009

  Michael Anderson
Dr. Michael Anderson

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This webcast was recorded and is available for viewing in our archives. Dr. Anderson’s presentation and the Q&A from members that followed is available.

This is a free, live webcast/audiocast and will cover the H1N1 virus and its etiology, as well as how:

  • it differs from other flu viruses
  • we can protect ourselves as respiratory therapy caregivers
  • to best manage and protect our patients
  • to protect our communities

No CRCE credits are being given for this program; it is informational only.

The program will be presented by Dr. Michael Anderson. Dr. Anderson is an AARC member who serves as vice chair of the National Commission on Children and Disasters. He is interim vice president and chief medical officer of University Hospitals of Cleveland and is an attending physician in the pediatric intensive care unit at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Anderson has already been tapped as an expert spokesman on the H1N1 virus by national media who have interviewed him during this crisis.