sábado, 3 de enero de 2015

Crisis & Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)|CDC

Crisis & Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)|CDC

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Crisis & Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)

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Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication is an approach to communicating effectively during emergencies. These principles are used by public health professionals and public information officers to provide information that helps individuals, stakeholders, and entire communities make the best possible decisions for themselves and their loved ones. CERC recognizes that during emergencies, we work under impossible time constraints and must accept the imperfect nature of our choices. CERC draws from lessons learned during public health emergencies and research in the fields of public health and emergency risk communication.
The CERC program consists of 1) training, 2) resources, and 3) shared learning.


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  • In-Person Training
  • Online Training

Shared Learning

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  • Case Studies
  • Webinars
  • Additional Resources


Various CERC materials (i.e., Pan Flu Manual, CERC Z-card, Wallet card, Quick Guides, Pan flu Story book and CD, and Leaders material).
  • CERC Basic Materials
  • CERC Panflu Materials
  • CERC Materials for Leaders
  • CERC Templates and Tools

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