Spotlight on: Campus Safety Conference 2019


The Campus Safety Conference is a 2-day intense conference for administrators and public safety officials, security and law enforcement executives from all over the country looking for solutions to campus safety, security, emergency management and technology challenges.
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Read: Flu Epidemic Closes Schools in at Least 14 States

Flu Epidemic Closes Schools in at Least 14 States

One elementary school in Oregon was closed for a week after 43 percent of its students and staff were affected by the flu.

Read: CDC Report Shows LGB Students Have Bigger Health Risks

CDC Report Shows LGB Students Have Bigger Health Risks

Lesbian, gay and bisexual students were more likely to experience dating violence, attempt suicide and try illegal drugs.

Read: Researchers: 1 in 7 Children Have Some Form of Disorder

Researchers: 1 in 7 Children Have Some Form of Disorder

A study showed many children with disorders come from impoverished homes or homes where English isn’t spoken.

Read: Some School Districts Adopting Later Start Time for Students

Some School Districts Adopting Later Start Time for Students

About 70 of the nation’s 24,000 school districts have moved their start time.

CDC Reports Increase in U.S. Autism Cases

The report found that 1 in 45 children in the U.S. have autism.

Read: 4,800 Former Hospital Patients Warned of Hepatitis Exposure

4,800 Former Hospital Patients Warned of Hepatitis Exposure

The patients may have contracted the disease from a former employee at McKay-Dee Hospital.

Read: Sherwin-Williams Creates Bacteria-Killing Paint

Sherwin-Williams Creates Bacteria-Killing Paint

Some doctors question the paint’s effectiveness in lowering hospital infection rates.

Read: Synthetic Marijuana Deaths Triple This Year

Synthetic Marijuana Deaths Triple This Year

Deaths and emergency calls related to synthetic marijuana have increased in the U.S. over the last year.

How to Plan for Campus Health Emergencies

Here are some of the lessons learned from the 2009 H1N1 pandemic scare that campus officials can apply to future planning and response processes.

CDC: HIV Rate Among Youths High, Testing Low

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