Wilmington Residents Invited To ‘Aftermath: Lessons Learned About The Consequences Of Catastrophe’

Below is an announcement from the Public Health Museum in Tewksbury:

TEWKSBURY, MA — Join the Public Health Museum for this informative virtual program about the long term health impacts of the 9/11 attacks on 35,000 responders on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, from 6pm to 7:30pm. 

The evening will begin with a short business meeting of the organization followed by a presentation about Outbreak! 2020 from program alumni. The evening will conclude with a Keynote Lecture — “Aftermath: Lessons Learned about the Consequences of Catastrophe” by Lori Stevenson, MPH. Stevenson will discuss the long-term public health implications for over 35,000 responders from the attacks on September 11th.

Stevenson, MPH, is the Former Director, Health Outcomes Core Mount Sinai School of Medicine/World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program Data and Coordinating Center.

This program is free and open to all. Register HERE.


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