Diseases seem to be popping up everywhere you turn, but they’re not the catastrophic, once-in-a-lifetime outbreaks we had been planning for. They are common illnesses we thought were long gone, thanks to the advent of vaccines: measles, chickenpox, whooping cough. Most of us have an old, dusty, and out-of-date pandemic plan tucked away in an old and dusty file cabinet. You still need that pandemic plan, but you also need a plan that will fit with these more common and more likely diseases, as well as that once-in-a-lifetime pandemic. Learn how you can modify your old pandemic plan and turn it into a document that will help you deal with these more common disease outbreaks, and also provide guidance for the cataclysmic pandemic.
- What should you be preparing for?
- What should be in an infectious disease plan?
- How do you modify your old pandemic plan?
- Where can you find resources?