Test, Trace, and Space: Investing in a Health Workforce to Prevent Pandemic Spread
As states and communities continue to re-open, the term “contact tracing” – like that of “flatten the curve” – has suddenly become a part of our regular national dialogue. In order to realize the vision of contact tracing and stem the tide of community spread of COVID-19 one critical component is ensuring an adequate and well-trained workforce.
This webinar discusses the work being done in Congress through the Health Force and Resilience Force Act of 2020, lessons learned from STD contact tracing efforts, and the ready workforce of Community Health Workers.
- Representative Lauren Underwood (D-IL)
- Frederick Isasi, Executive Director, Families USA
- Lauren Rosenbaum, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Families USA
- Kelly Murphy, Director of Early Childhood and Maternal Health, Families USA
- Amanda Dennison, Deputy Executive Director for Programs, National Coalition of STD Directors