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Preparing for Pandemic Flu Pocket Guide [ PDF, Word ]
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The customizable Pandemic Flu Pocket Guide outlines what the public should know about pan flu. This easy-to-carry guide folds to wallet size. It describes the distinctions between seasonal flu and pandemic flu; provides information on what to expect during a pandemic event; and explains how to control the spread of disease. It can be customized with local emergency broadcast information local emergency resource listings and personal contact numbers. It is also available in most languages that can be customized to your area. This tool was developed by Santa Clara County Public Health Department with the assistance of Worldways Social Marketing. A Web sample of the Santa Clara County Pocket Guide is available here. To create a Pocket Guide customized for your area, contact Worldways Social Marketing at 303.779.3004 ext. 3517.


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Preparing for pandemic flu pocket guide

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Author: Santa Clara County Advanced Practice Center
Related Topics: Risk Communication
Suggested Audiences: Administrators/managers, Business/Community/Civic leaders, Communication Specialists, Health officials, Nurses (public health nurse), Social Workers
Product PHEP Capabilities: Capability 1: Community Preparedness

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