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Pandemic Influenza Planning:  U.S. Military and Civilian Efforts

September 19, 2007
(Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore MD)

Presented by:
MidAtlantic Public Health Training Center
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Jean Lin Otto, DrPH
Senior Epidemiologist, Department of Defense Global Emerging Infections Surveillance and Response System (DoD-GEIS)

Ivan Zappata, MS, MD, MPH
Pandemic Influenza Coordinator, Office of Preparedness and Response
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene


These training materials are no longer available. Topics that were addressed are listed below.

Topic 1 - Pandemic Influenza Planning:  US Military Efforts
»  Speaker 1:  Jean Lin Otto, DrPH 
    Part 1 - Pandemic Influenza Impact
    Part 2 - Pandemic Influenza Threat
    Part 3 - Pandemic Influenza Planning - Department of Defense (DoD) 


Topic 2 - Pandemic Influenza Community Containment Interventions
»  Speaker 2:  Ivan Zappata
    Part 1 - Importance and Impact of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPI) in Pandemic Flu Response
    Part 2 - Becoming Familiar with Pandemic Security Index and its Relationship to Community Migration Activities
    Part 3 - Understanding Trigger Points for Initiating Community Containment Interventions





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