Emergency Preparedness and Response
Infectious diseases, from antibiotic-resistant superbugs to Salmonella to the seasonal flu, threaten the health and well-being of families and individuals, and cost the country billions.
Community-partnered participatory research results in a useful framework to plan a community resilence initiative in Los Angeles County.
A new approach that aligns everyday public health with emergency preparedness through community resilience.
Public Health's Dedication in the Face of Disaster
Hurricane Sandy tested the capabilities of the public health system and public health officials responded in heroic fashion.
Another video highlights the rise of antibiotic resistance as a public health threat.
Related Blog Posts
- The “Resilience Dividend” and the Culture of Health November 25, 2014
- Public Health Campaign of the Month: Know Where to Meet Your Family in an Emergency September 2, 2014
- Averting Disaster with a Pillowcase June 6, 2014
- How does public health respond when springtime disaster strikes? June 6, 2014
- Building Disaster-Resistant Communities June 5, 2014