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Coccidioidomycosis: Taming the Biggest Beast of the Desert Southwest, John N Galgiani MD
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This webinar aims to address aspects related to epidemiology, diagnosis and management of coccidioidomycosis. It features two renowned experts: Tom Chiller, M.D., M.P.H.T.M. from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and John N Galgiani, M.D., Director of the Valley Fever Center for Excellence.
This New Mexico Department of Health video discusses the rising number of cases in border states, and profiles several patients who continue to suffer from long term Valley Fever infections.
These are recordings of our Valley Fever Awareness Week event, "Learn About Valley Fever". Dr. John Galgiani informed the public on the Valley Fever Center's efforts; Dr. Ken Knox discussed Valley Fever from a pulmonologist's perspective; Dr. Heidi Brown explained the relationship between Valley Fever and the weather; and Dr. Lisa Shubitz discussed Valley Fever in animals.
Clinical Care Webinars (2011)
The Arizona Telemedicine Program and The Valley Fever Center for Excellence present: The ATP Clinical Care Conference Series: Valley Fever. This is a series of webinars by Dr. Galgiani on how to manage Valley Fever infections.
The Impact on Arizonans (2008)
This documentary was produced by the Arizona Department of Health Services. It illustrates the impact that Valley Fever can have on Arizonans. Its intent is to promote understanding, earlier diagnosis and better management of Valley Fever.
Leading Edge Award (2008)
Doctors Galgiani and Nix discuss research endeavors in treating Valley Fever. They are recognized as "Leading Edge" award recipients for their innovative and excelling research at Innovation Day 2008.