Pandemic Influenza, Covid-19, and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Synergies and Opportunities

U.S. preparation for influenza pandemics can provide an outsized benefit, including by assisting with our preparedness for other respiratory pandemics.

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Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza: Leveraging Resources toward Mutual Preparedness

From viral surveillance to vaccine development, from clinical trials to communications strategies, seasonal flu activities create a basis for pandemic flu readiness. However, a pandemic flu requires special strategies to enable rapid, large-scale response

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Video Presentation – Preparing for Flu Season and Preventing Another Pandemic - Alliance for Health Policy

In this briefing, experts discussed how flu and the COVID-19 pandemic have intersected over the past 18 months and why we should also prioritize flu preparedness policy.

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Seasonal & Pandemic Preparedness Ecosystem Infographic

Federal Government Agency Roles to Prevent, Detect and Treat

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Coalition Fact Sheet

Seasonal and Pandemic Influenza: Leveraging Resources toward Mutual Preparedness.

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Sanofi - Understanding Flu

A video series explaining the consequences and statistics of influenza including the impact of vaccination.

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Families Fighting Flu - Family Stories

The emotional stories of families whose lives have been permanently altered by the flu.

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APHL - Influenza Resources

APHL supports domestic and international influenza surveillance through training, guidance, technical assistance and project management.

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Immunization Action Coalition - Influenza

Adults age 65 years and older are at greater risk of severe complications from influenza.

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Gates Shattuck Lecture

There is one area, though, where the world isn’t making much progress, and that’s pandemic preparedness.

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