[ESIP-all] ESIP Webinar *TODAY* at 1 pm ET: Putting Spatial Data to Work for COVID-19 Response & Recovery

Megan Carter megancarter at esipfed.org
Wed Sep 23 10:39:37 EDT 2020

The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP <http://esipfed.org/>) present
the 2020 webinar series:

Putting Data to Work: Building Public-Private Partnerships to Increase
Resilience & Enhance the Socioeconomic Value of Data

*Putting Spatial Data to Work for COVID-19 Response and Recovery *
*(*TODAY* Wed. 9/23 at 1 pm ET/10 am PT)*The response to COVID-19 is
providing significant insight into how to improve data, information
products, and outcomes. With maps and spatial analysis, organizations are
delivering deeper understanding of virus trends, increased awareness of
impacted populations, insights about where resources are needed most, and
transparent communications with community stakeholders and the public.
Location intelligence helps communities ensure testing sites are accurately
placed, personal protective equipment (PPE) inventories are tracked,
communities adhere to social distancing guidance and surge management is
optimized. From indoor space management to contact tracing and community
resilience, Dr. Geraghty will highlight a range of applications and success
stories from GIS users around the world who are putting spatial data to work
 to support their COVID-19 response and recovery efforts.

*Dr. Este Geraghty (MD, MS, MPH, GISP)* is the Chief Medical Officer and
Health Solutions Director at Esri where she leads business development for the
Health and Human Services sector. Formerly the Deputy Director of the
Center for Health Statistics and Informatics with the California Department
of Public Health, Dr. Geraghty led the state vital records and public
health informatics programs. There she engaged in statewide initiatives in
meaningful use, health information exchange, open data and
interoperability. While serving as an Associate Professor of Clinical
Internal Medicine at the University of California at Davis she conducted
research on geographic approaches to influencing health policy and
advancing community development programs. A specific area of research focus
involved pesticide safety. In addition to her degrees in Medicine, Medical
Informatics and Public Health, Dr. Geraghty is also a board certified
public health professional (CPH) and a Geographic Information Systems
Professional (GISP).

*Join:* See connection details here

Learn more about ESIP's 2020 webinar series and access past webinars here
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