TOPIC: Anaplasmosis - An information session
for Health Care Professionals in
DATE: May 9, 2018 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm CDT
DELIVERY: In person
Lake of the Woods District Hospital Boardroom
21 Sylvan Street, West - Kenora
Background: The bacteria that causes Anaplasmosis has
been identified in the region through NWHU’s 2017 active tick surveillance
program. This information session is for Health Care Professionals who would like to
learn more about Anaplasmosis as it pertains to our region.
This session will
include information on the disease symptoms, diagnosis, treatment
considerations, testing procedures as well as information on NWHU’s 2017 tick
surveillance program and 2017 results.
An event outline will be added closer to
the event. Health Care Professionals can attend in person at the Lake of the
Woods District Hospital Boardroom or remotely via GoTo Meeting webinar.
If you’re register for the GoTo Meeting you will receive a confirmation
email containing information about joining the webinar.
This event will be
archived and available on the Northwestern
Health Unit website, under the quick links section for Health
Care Professionals. Past events are also achieved and available here.
This website is intended to provide Health Care Providerstimely, relevant public health information, resources, and data.