This report offers an overview of the October 7, 2019 White House Summit on America’s Bioeconomy. The Summit gathered the US' foremost bioeconomy experts, Federal officials, and industry leaders to discuss US bioeconomy leadership, challenges, and opportunities.
This report analyzes high-level recommendations and data that emerged after recent public health events and provides an overview of country preparedness and global progress in developing national capacities for health emergency management.
This report examines and identifies the most urgent needs and actions required to accelerate preparedness for health emergencies, focusing on biological risks manifesting as epidemics and pandemics.
This report looks at community response and public health communications during an infectious disease outbreak.
This report discusses the current state of preparedness for pandemics caused by “high-impact respiratory pathogens.' The report identifies priority actions for countries, international organizations, and other stakeholders.
This is a timeline of the 60+ public health responses since supported by the US Strategic National Stockpile since 1999.
This report is intended for United States and Canadian state, federal, provincial, and territorial fish and wildlife agencies personnel who make management and policy decisions for wildlife populations. It provides an account of current tools and recommendations available to craft and implement management practices to help in the fight against chronic wqasting disease (CWD) on a state or provincial scale.
This report summarizes the scope and role of infection preventionists in emergency management for all types of disasters.
This report discusses the public health capabilities necessarry to respond to biological incidents.
This report analyzes biological incidents which have occurred over the past several decades, including the Rajneesh Cult salmonella poisoning, Larry Wayne Harris’ purchase of plague bacteria, the Aum Shinrikyo cult anthrax dissemination and the Anthrax Letter attacks of 2001.