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GLBHI News & Updates Archive
2011 GLBHI Conference A Successful Event
The 7th annual Great Lakes Border Health Initiative (GLBHI) conference was held on May 5, 2011 in Niagara Falls, New York, USA, with over 130 attendees. You can review and download most presentations and related materials from the conference.
2010 GLBHI Conference Draws Large and Diverse Crowd
The 6th annual GLBHI conference was held on May 18, 2010 in Plymouth, Michigan, USA and received great reviews from its more than 150 attendees. Most presentations and related materials from the conference are available for review and download.
2009 GLBHI Northern Border Strategic Planning Meeting
GLBHI provided another vital opportunity for cross-border public health collaboration and communication when the Northern Border Strategic Planning Meeting was held in Madison, Wisconsin on April 23 and 24, 2009. Refer to the 2009 GLBHI Northern Border Strategic Planning Meeting Documents link under "News and Updates" on the main GLBHI webpage for reports and documents from the meeting.
2008 GLBHI Conference Presentations Available Online
GLBHI held its 5th annual conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA on July 9 and 10, 2008. You can view a majority of the conference presentations.
Michigan Signs GLBHI's Public Health Data Sharing Agreement & Infectious Disease Emergency Communication Guideline
October 18, 2007 - Michigan signed two important documents that will ease future public health communication between the Great Lakes Border Health Initiative partners.
Great Lakes Border Health Initiative Epi-X Trial Summary
September 10, 2007 - Initial summary of the Epi-X - CNPHI information exchange program between the GLBHI states and the province of Ontario.
2007 GLBHI Conference Draws Largest Audience Yet
The 4th annual GLBHI Conference was held June 13-15, 2007. Information from the GLHBI Annual Conference is available, as if the Food Safety & Defense Conference Summary.
2006 GLBHI Conference Presentations: Pathways and Partnerships in Cross-Border Health
This two-day conference was an opportunity for health care and emergency preparedness professionals along international
borders of Canada and the United States to gather and discuss ongoing collaborative work on infectious disease surveillance.