This checklist offers a guide to help clinic coordinators/supervisors overseeing vaccination clinics held at satellite, temporary, or off-site locations follow US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and best practices for vaccine shipment, transport, storage, handling, preparation, administration, and documentation.
This report provides specific guidance to medica examiners, death investigators, and public health officials. This report can help bridge gaps that exist in local terrorism preparedness and response planning.
The guide provides a four-step process for the development of an emergency water supply plan. The guide is intended for use by any health care facility regardless of its size or patient capacity.
This toolkit is designed to provide guidance and to share the lessons learned in more than three years of integrating social media into US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) health communication campaigns, activities and emergency response efforts.
This checklist is for public health professionals and outlines the critical first steps of a response.
The Vaccine Storage and Handling Toolkit is a comprehensive guide for health care providers on recommendations and best practices for: Managing vaccine inventory and transport; Storing and preparing vaccine; Monitoring vaccine temperature; Using and maintaining storage unit and temperature monitoring equipment; Preparing for emergency storage, handling, and transport situations; Developing standard operating procedures for routine; and emergency vaccine management and training staff.
This guidance is intended to provide advice to support planning an effective and consistent pandemic response by States and communities.
The purpose of this tool is to help emergency response planners and public health officials identify and map the communities that will most likely need support before, during, and after a hazardous event.
The capability standards serve as a state, local, tribal, and territorial resource to assess, build, and sustain jurisdictional public health agency preparedness and response capacity by further defining the jurisdictional public health agency ESF #8 role while guiding program improvement initiatives to address preparedness and response planning gaps.
This video series shows scientists in the field as they collect blood from cave nectar bats, sample saliva from macaques and track the movement of flying foxes across Myanmar to find out what diseases are present in wildlife and whether they could pose a threat to humans.