Pandemic

Read: Universities Leverage Notification Systems to Combat H1N1

Universities Leverage Notification Systems to Combat H1N1

These best practices can mitigate H1N1 outbreaks on campus while preventing the spread of misinformation, rumors and panic.

Read: 5 Policy Points for Campus Public Safety and EMS Response to H1N1

5 Policy Points for Campus Public Safety and EMS Response to H1N1

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are oftentimes the critical link between the public and most forms of healthcare. Campuses are not exempt, and it may be important to link up with campus public safety and campus EMS or, in their absence, local emergency service providers. Here’s how to handle H1N1 from a campus emergency services perspective.

Read: 4 Ways to Manage the H1N1 Vaccination Rush

4 Ways to Manage the H1N1 Vaccination Rush

Advance planning, drive-through clinics, drills, smart community partnerships and outside-the-box thinking can help mass dispensing and vaccination clinic organizers be prepared for whatever the 2009-2010 flu season brings.

H1N1 Outbreak: 10 Take-Away Lessons

WASHINGTON

Read: White Paper: 11 Questions About Your Crisis-Response Plan

White Paper: 11 Questions About Your Crisis-Response Plan

So We’ve Dodged the Pandemic Bullet… or Have We?

As this issue goes to print, everyone is breathing easier now that the H1N1 influenza virus appears to not be as deadly as we had initially feared. Still, it would be wise for everyone to remain vigilant.

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