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Crisis & Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (2015)

Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication is an approach to communicating effectively during emergencies. These principles are used by public health professionals and public information officers to provide information that helps individuals, stakeholders, and entire communities make the best possible decisions for themselves and their loved ones. CERC recognizes that during emergencies, we work under impossible time constraints and must accept the imperfect nature of our choices. CERC draws from lessons learned during public health emergencies and research in the fields of public health and emergency risk communication. The CERC program consists of 1) training, 2) resources, and 3) shared learning.

GO pre-deployment training: Ebola virus disease flip book

World Health Organization, (2015)

The flip book is for pre-deployment trainings for Ebola response, and is based on frequently asked questions about Ebola virus disease (EVD): What is Ebola virus disease? How do people become infected with EVD? Why WHO is focusing on safe and dignified burials of people who have died from Ebola? Who is most at risk? What are the symptoms of Ebola infection? What treatment is available for Ebola?

GO pre-deployment training: participant handbook

World Health Organization WHO, (2015)

This is a pre-deployment training, tailored specially to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, offered to WHO personnel, consultants, and key partners. The material covered in modules 1-4 is applicable and useful to frontline response workers, national and international. Only Module 5, which focuses on operational aspects - the code of conduct for international civil servants and human resources arrangements for WHO deployees, are specifically geared to all internationally recruited personnel and to WHO deployees respectively

WHO: GO Training Package Course

World Health Organization, (2015)

All personnel deployed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to any type of public health or humanitarian emergency need to have basic knowledge and skills to perform effectively and safely. That is why it is essential to be trained prior to deployment. GO training is a comprehensive package of modular pre-deployment training materials for WHO staff, consultants and partners deployed for the Ebola outbreak response in West Africa. Each module is accompanied with a video lecture for self-learning purposes

Considerations for Preparedness

CDC; John Hopkins University, (2015)

Planning and preparedness are the keys to dealing effectively with threats that include infectious diseases caused by SARS and the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome or MERS, novel influenza viruses like H1N1, and Ebola. During outbreaks or epidemics of these emerging infectious diseases, healthcare facilities must carefully monitor the global situation as it evolves and conduct robust planning to promptly identify and safely manage a patient who may be infected and prevent further transmission. This module focuses on preparedness considerations for Ebola and how to engage a multi-disciplinary team to prepare your institution. Planning, preparedness, and practice will protect patients, visitors, and staff.

Global Early Warning System (GLEWS)

Eds.: FAO; WHO; OIE, (2015)

GLEWS is a response system for the main animal diseases including zoonoses.

Implementation of Early Warning and Response with a focus on Event-Based Surveillance

World Health Organization, (2014)

Early detection, assessment and response to acute public health events:

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