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Pandemic Influenza


A pandemic would have the potential to place unexpected burdens on healthcare professionals, national and local infrastructures, employers, and medical resources. Preparing for a pandemic involves training responders and stockpiling medications, but associated ethical issues would also need to be addressed. This portal provides links to Center activities, events and publications on this topic and access to an extensive bibliography, "Pandemic Resources", for additional research.


Resources


In addition to the multiple resources listed below, the Center for Health Ethics has created a Health Ethics Pandemic Response Educational Toolkit to help educate the public about your community's pandemic response.


Documents

Health Ethics Considerations: Planning for and Responding to Pandemic Influenza in Missouri

Health Ethics Symposium Fact Sheet

Pandemic Flu Citizen Engagement: Engaging citizens for greater public health

Navigating the Planning, Convening and Conducting of a Public Process

Pandemic Flu Discussion Guide

Pandemic Flu Citizen Engagement Report on Values Meetings

Framing Public Issues for Deliberative Dialogue

Deliberative Dialogue and Public Policy

Pandemic Flu: You can help save lives

Selected Websites and Presentations

  • National Issues Forums, Discussion Guidelines (e.g. Life and Death Decisions: Who Decides?)
    www.nifi.org
  • http://www.redefiningreadiness.net/ Redefining Readiness is organized by the 'Center for Advancement of Collaborative Strategies in Health' at The New York Academy of Medicine.
    With the Public's Knowledge: A User's Guide to the Redefining Readiness, Small Group Discussion Process.
  • International Association for Public Participation, involvement spectrum, facilitators' toolkit http://www.iap2.org/
  • Public Conversations Project, Fostering Dialogue Across Divides: A Nuts and Bolts Guide from the Public Conversations Project The Public Conversations Project's definitive guide to conducting successful dialogues on the most heated topics. This publication will take even a first-time practitioner step-by-step through the process while providing experienced facilitators enlightening new insights
  • Centers for Public Health Preparedness (CPHP)
    52 Preparedness Centers in Universities
  • Center for Infectious Disease Research & Policy - Pandemic
    Selected Readings
  • Dr. Lea Brandt: Pandemic Ethics: A Community Perspective
  • Dr. David Fleming: Altered but Ethical Standards of Care
  • Dr. Griffin Trotter: Missouri Disaster Conference 2009

 

 

 
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