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Management of Humanitarian Emergencies course

Registration is now open for the 18th Management of Humanitarian Emergencies – Focus on Children, Women and Families, June 8-12, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. This intensive, interactive 5-day course examines the most important problems and priorities in disaster situations as they specifically relate to children, women and families.

For more information and a course brochure, visit http://casemed.case.edu/cme/ or email medcme@case.edu or call 216-983-1239. 

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Management of Humanitarian Emergencies course. Field Exchange 49, March 2015. p59. www.ennonline.net/fex/49/course