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Developing a Systematic Pandemic Influenza Program for Preparing a State [chapter]

William Foley
2012 Pandemic Planning  
Indiana. serves. as. a. good. model. because. the. state. was. nationally. recognized. for. creating. inventive. programs. to. combat. this. dreaded. disease.. Nationally,. the.  ...  Pandemic. Influenza, Implementation. Plan. (May. 2006). http://www.whitehouse.gov/ homeland/pandemic-influenza-implementation.html. Agency. specific.continuity.of.operations.plans.  ...  Developing a Systematic Pandemic Influenza Program ◾ 93 e how re or  ... 
doi:10.1201/b11779-5 fatcat:m7njxe4tpnf5dl2fpjxzaex2au

Adequacy of Training Programs for Pandemic Influenza

Bruria Adini, Avishay Goldberg, Daniel Laor, Robert Cohen, Yaron Bar-Dayan
2010 Prehospital and Disaster Medicine  
The aim of this study was to investigate the adequacy of training programs for pandemic influenza and the levels of knowledge for dealing with pandemic influenza through the performance on an avian flu  ...  Methods: Training programs and level of knowledge for managing pandemic influenza were evaluated and compared to performance on H5N1 flu drill.  ...  The aim of this study was to investigate the adequacy of training programs for pandemic influenza and the levels of knowledge for dealing with pandemic influenza through the performance on an avian flu  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049023x00023104 fatcat:fem3js7vivg25lr2tb34iork6e

504 Creative Aftercare Program Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Shana M Henry, Nicole M Kopari
2021 Journal of Burn Care & Research  
Our burn center developed a virtual format for aftercare to provide psychological support during the pandemic.  ...  Apart from its physical impact, COVID-19 pandemic has brought numerous changes to people's lives affecting people both physically and psychologically.  ...  Conclusions: During this pandemic, limitations were placed that further isolate survivors.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jbcr/irab032.155 fatcat:74mtjz6icbgrtgywm6mscbbjye

A plea for program evaluation in a pandemic

Russell Dawe
2020 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
Lessons learned can make one program stronger. Lessons shared can make all our programs stronger.  ...  My plea, therefore, is for program evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.70331 pmid:33349772 pmcid:PMC7749661 fatcat:64jqen5pzrhhdcxrrdcf6ca2by

Development of Domestic Tourism in Pandemic Environment: National Programs of Support for the Industry

Dmitriy Ivanovich Ryakhovsky
2021 Revista GEINTEC  
Results A distinctive feature of the current pandemic is the simultaneous occurrence of the so-called non-infectious pandemic (pandemic of fear), related with intensive development of information technologies  ...  On April 25, 2020 the Bundestag approved the largest German anti-crisis program.  ... 
doi:10.47059/revistageintec.v11i4.2145 fatcat:3joprqqlpfatncbgx7hlbpt4he

Urology Virtual Education Programs During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Michael Smigelski, Miyad Movassaghi, Alexander Small
2020 Current Urology Reports  
Virtual education programs have enabled urology trainees to pursue their education during the pandemic.  ...  Program for Instructing REsidents) series.  ...  the pandemic [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11934-020-01004-y pmid:33090272 fatcat:xone6fy44famhafgres2pix4g4

Resident learning during a pandemic: recommendations for training programs

Garrick Mok, Nicholas Schouela, Lisa Thurgur, Michael Ho, Andrew K. Hall, Jaelyn Caudle, Hans Rosenberg, Shahbaz Syed
2020 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
However, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted teaching and learning, forcing programs to adapt to ensure residents can progress in their training. 1 Suddenly, academic days cannot  ...  In this review, we will cover recommended strategies put forth by two large EM programs in Ontario (Table 1) .  ...  Overall, these suggestions can help residents continue to grow during this pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.1017/cem.2020.435 pmid:34986612 pmcid:PMC7369336 fatcat:a6jg32eo5bh2re2aqyjhylf4yi

Programming in Time of Pandemic: The Year Libraries Went Touchless

Allison Grassel
2020 Children and Libraries  
And as the pandemic continued into summer, many had to drastically alter summer reading programs-several of which opted for virtual, app-based programs such as Beanstack.  ...  Programming in Time of Pandemic their annual Night of the Poets event, the librarians chose to record a Poem a Day for April during National Poetry Month.  ... 
doi:10.5860/cal.18.3.3 fatcat:3sj2jx7kyfdcze5v553ltozbae

Genetic Programming visitation scheduling solution can deliver a less austere COVID-19 pandemic population lockdown [article]

Daniel Howard
2020 arXiv   pre-print
A computational methodology is introduced to minimize infection opportunities for people suffering some degree of lockdown in response to a pandemic, as is the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  An artificial intelligence methodology which is a variant of Genetic Programming studies all requests and responds with specific time allocations for such visits that minimize the overall risks of infection  ...  Genetic Programming is known to scale well with problem size.  ... 
arXiv:2006.10748v1 fatcat:6mxyx4c2ofdvdoyymhz5t7hcqa

Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on High-Risk Infant Follow-Up (HRIF) Programs: A Survey of Academic Programs

Sanjeet Panda, Rashmi Somu, Nathalie Maitre, Garrett Levin, Ajay Pratap Singh
2021 Children  
Objective: The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the functioning and services of academic high-risk infant follow-up (HRIF) clinics throughout North America.  ...  Results: In the US, 67% of programs reported closures between 1–5 months, whereas in Canada 80% of programs closed for 1–3 months.  ...  All Canadian programs reported a positive perception of changes to the HRIF program format due to the pandemic. Table 2 .  ... 
doi:10.3390/children8100889 pmid:34682154 fatcat:vsz4qkywdvaftlb2xm6mzpabri

Virtual Community Outreach Program during the pandemic of COVID‐19

Kento Sonoda
2021 Journal of General and Family Medicine  
FU N D I N G I N FO R M ATI O N Our Japanese Community Outreach Program is supported by the Shadyside Hospital Foundation.  ...  These are great examples of transformation related to the COVID-19 pandemic, providing helpful information to a disadvantaged minority in Japan.  ...  Virtual Community Outreach Program during the pandemic of COVID-19 To the Editor, Many Japanese people in the United States struggle with seeking medical care because of language barriers and unfamiliarity  ... 
doi:10.1002/jgf2.424 pmid:33821199 pmcid:PMC8014112 fatcat:qowjyy5e4fcwvcxynmaan5v5xa

Prediction and Prevention of Pandemics via Graphical Model Inference and Convex Programming [article]

Mikhail Krechetov, Amir Mohammad Esmaieeli Sikaroudi, Alon Efrat, Valentin Polishchuk, Michael Chertkov
2021 arXiv   pre-print
This bi-modal solution of the Inference Challenge allows us to re-state the Prevention Challenge as the following tractable convex programming: for the bare Ising Model with pair-wise and bias factors  ...  Hard-to-predict bursts of COVID-19 pandemic revealed significance of statistical modeling which would resolve spatio-temporal correlations over geographical areas, for example spread of the infection over  ...  However if J > 0 element-wise, i.e. the Ising Model is attractive (also called ferromagnetic in statistical physics), Eq. (4) becomes equivalent to a tractable (polynomial in N ) Linear Programming (see  ... 
arXiv:2109.04517v1 fatcat:a6yfr6bvzzb2bh7nei7ljdpkxy

Supporting kids' active travel during the pandemic: Milwaukee SRTS Program

Nancy Pullen-Seufert, Marissa Meyer, Michael Anderson
2021 Journal of Healthy Eating and Active Living  
travel during the COVID-19 pandemic through offering community walks and Black and Latinx neighborhoods to discuss and incorporate preferences for planned infrastructure improvements; urban summer bicycle  ...  The Milwaukee Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program, a partnership between the city of Milwaukee Department of Public Works and the Wisconsin Bike Federation continued their commitment to children's active  ...  Following the COVID-19 pandemic, DPW and the Bike Fed plan to implement an updated SRTS program pilot for the 2021-2022 school year.  ... 
doi:10.51250/jheal.v1i4.23 fatcat:zp5il7p5hbhfnayxhsrpsbxq6i

Telemedicine Application in Neonatal Resuscitation Programs During COVID-19 Pandemic

Abdel-Azeem El-Mazary
2020 Annals of Neonatology Journal  
In this editorial we will highlight the application of telemedicine use in neonatal resuscitation either in the delivery room or in NRP Programs.  ...  One of the drawbacks of COVID-19 infection pandemic is home staying and less transfer and face to face communications resulting in worldwide extension in use of many telecommunication applications.  ...  Telemedicine Application in Neonatal Resuscitation Programs……..  ... 
doi:10.21608/anj.2020.53551.1014 fatcat:gc7dcivsjndtfmzw7dvwxz4yju

COVID-19 pandemic: filling the gaps in psychiatry residency programs

Carolina Barros Ferreira da Costa, Orli Carvalho da Silva Filho
2020 Trends in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy  
Trends in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Letter to the Editors COVID-19 pandemic: filling the gaps in psychiatry residency programs Learning and practice are the best words to define a medical residency  ...  Letter to the Editors Considering the urgency to adapt the routines of medical residency programs to the current context, the COVID-19 pandemic has reaffirmed the role of  ... 
doi:10.1590/2237-6089-2020-0051 pmid:32844981 fatcat:2uuagqje4jdhfe6foj75l75xzm
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