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Epidemic Preparedness for Community Organizations Reducing Illness and Death from an Epidemic Building Hope Putting Your Community Back Together Reducing Illness and Death Describe epidemics Review epidemics in history ID: 914763 Download Presentation

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Epidemic Preparedness for Community Organizations

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Epidemic Preparedness for Community Organizations

Reducing Illness and Death from an Epidemic

Building Hope

Putting Your Community Back Together

Slide3

Reducing Illness and Death

Describe epidemics

Review epidemics in history

Discuss epidemic interventions

National Museum of Health and Medicine, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D.C., Image NCP 1603

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Epidemics

Geographically isolated

Increased presence

Increased severity

Change in movement and susceptibility

iStock

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Epidemic Examples

Historic

1660s U.S. smallpox outbreak

1900s U.S. polio outbreaks

Recent

2010 cholera outbreak in Haiti

2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa

OMICS International

Slide6

Pandemic Examples

Historic

1346-53 Bubonic plague

1918-20 influenza

Recent

2005-12 HIV/AIDS

2019-20 COVID-19

CDC

Slide7

Epidemic Influenza

New virus emerges

People have little or no immunity

Causes serious illness

Spreads easily from person to person

CDC

Slide8

2014 Influenza Epidemic

CDC

Slide9

1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic

National Archives

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1918 Pandemic: Sept. 21

NDSU Graphic

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1918 Pandemic: Sept. 28

NDSU Graphic

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1918 Pandemic: Oct. 5

NDSU Graphic

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1918 Pandemic: Oct. 12

NDSU Graphic

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Flickr: A.Davey

NDSU

NDSU

NDSU

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Seasonal Flu

Flickr: Iain Farrell

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Influenza Transmission

Spreads through tiny respiratory droplets

Coughing, sneezing

Touching mouth, nose or eyes

Flickr: placbo

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Infection Time

Contagious one day prior to showing symptoms

Contagious up to five days after symptoms appear

NDSU

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Health Interventions

Staying home

Limiting contact with others

Covering coughs & sneezes

Washing hands frequently

FDA

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Stay Home

Stay home when you or someone in your household is sick

Reduces spread of illness

Helps keep staff and critical functions operating

Flickr: mush m.

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Organization Actions

Encourage people to stay home through conversations, flyers and other communication

Establish non-penalizing policies

Flickr: Marcin Krzyzanowski

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Limit Contact

If you’re within 3-6 feet of others,

you’re sharing your flu

NDSU

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Cancel or Alter Events

to Limit Contact

Recreation and education events

Worship services

Volunteering opportunities

Large meal events

Other events with large groups of people

Flickr: UUCJ

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Cover Coughs & Sneezes

Best:

Cover mouth and nose with a tissue and dispose immediately

Second best:

Cover mouth and nose with upper sleeve

Wash hands frequently

iStock

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Cover mouth & nose with your hands rather than nothing at all.

Wash hands as soon as possible.

iStock

Cover Coughs & Sneezes

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Wash Hands Frequently

iStock

iStock

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Summary

Epidemics are serious and can dramatically affect your organization

You can help stem the spread of an epidemic with some simple steps

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