The one stop access to U.S. Government avian and pandemic flu information. Managed by the Department of Health and Human Services.
This campaign, sponsored by the Department of Health and Human Services, is currently underway across the country, working to educate and inform communities on how to prepare for a pandemic. All pandemic planners are encouraged to vist this site for valuable information, helpful tools, and collaboration with your pandemic planning efforts.
There is some great information here for how to prepare your orgizaitonal for a Pandemic. Includes a comprehensive slideshow as well as information about Logistics Health.
The Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL) is the nation’s premier collection of documents related to homeland security policy, strategy, and organizational management.
“Ready in 3” is a quick and simple way for individuals and family plan for a pandemic or other event.
This site provides a great reasource for families preparing for a Pandemic. It includes Posters, Kits, and Advice for families. It also includes a discussion board for you to ask questions and review common concerns.
The State of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services community guide, which includes family, school, child care and pandemic plans.
This is the Center for Infection Disease Research & Policy at the University of Minnesota.
This is the home of the Disaster Recovery Journal magazine. A publication which was the first dedicated to the field of disaster recovery and business continuity.
St. Louis Federal Reserve Report on the Economic Impacts of the 1918 Spanish Flu.
Bio-Defense Network is the nation’s leading public health preparedness consultancy specializing in Closed POD recruitment, emerging infectious diseases, volunteer recruitment, radiological response, pandemic planning, bio-terrorism preparedness and Operational Readiness Review preparation for local public health departments across the nation.
Firestorm.com Toolkit for Communicable Illness and Pandemic Planning
This site provides information on reducing the threat of infectious disease