The summit hosted by the National Association of County & City Health Officials will increase the capacity of local mosquito and tick management professionals to detect, prevent, prepare for, and respond to vector-borne disease. Registration is free, and applications for travel scholarships are open through March 5.
By the end of the summit, attendees will have...
- Developed professional relationships with colleagues and mosquito and tick experts from state and federal agencies.
- Identified practical solutions that address emerging mosquito and tick threats and challenges.
- Learned the essentials of implementing and maintaining a mosquito or tick surveillance program, key considerations for mosquito and tick control, and best practices for data use and risk communication.
- Discovered upcoming innovations in vector control and surveillance technologies and emerging practices from leaders in the field.
- Gained a basic understanding of tick surveillance and the growing threat of tickborne diseases in the United States.
Learn more at and register at virtualcommunities.naccho.org/vectorcontrol/home.
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