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CDC BROADCAST INFORMATION
"Preparing for the Return of SARS: Are We Ready?"
A Public Health Training Network Live Satellite Broadcast, Webcast & Audiobridge
Tuesday, September 23, 2003, 2:00PM-4:00PM ET (Part 1)
Tuesday, September 30, 2003, 2:00PM-4:00PM ET (Part 2)
***Please adjust for your time zone***
Broadcast/webcast/audiobridge information: http://www.phppo.cdc.gov/PHTN/SARS-return
This broadcast will assist healthcare providers in preparing to diagnose and manage patients with SARS should cases be suspected or identified in the coming months.
To provide updated information required to identify and manage patients with SARS, and to prevent transmission of SARS in healthcare facilities and the community.
Upon successful completion of each program, participants will be able to:
-Describe key strategies for implementing healthcare preparedness planning to contain the spread of SARS.
-Articulate the current plan for containment of the spread of SARS in the community setting to include quarantine and isolation strategies.
-Identify the support systems necessary to carry out quarantine and isolation strategies.
-Implement current strategies for early clinical recognition and management of patients with SARS.
-Determine appropriate diagnostic tests for SARS.
-Define early detection for SARS in the local community and in the United States.
-Define surveillance for SARS in the local community and in the United States.
Clinicians/healthcare workers and State/Local Public Health Personnel responsible for quarantine and community control and/or advising clinicians
Program details including registration information, procedures for questions, and satellite, webcast, and audiobridge technical specifications are posted on the webcast site
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FOR THE LATEST AUTHORITATIVE INFORMATION ON SARS
World Health Organization (WHO)
Provides the public and professionals with global information about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) from WHO, which is coordinating the international investigation of this outbreak. Updated daily to ensure that the most current information is available.
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS),
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Contains the latest SARS information including CDC guidelines and recommendations for clinicians, health departments, laboratories, travelers, air travel workers, and others. Provides links to WHO and other international resources.
Frequently Asked Questions (CDC)
Answers questions about SARS and its origin and spread. Addresses questions about CDC recommendations for individuals, travelers, households, and health care settings.
ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND INFORMATION RESOURCES
MEDLINEplus - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
National Library of Medicine
Contains links to SARS news reports from the U.S. media and around the world. Click on the "Search MEDLINE" feature to find recent research articles on SARS. Also offers links to fact sheets, organizations, and images.
Contains information about SARS and other public health distance learning programs from WHO, CDC, Public Health Training Network, and others.
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