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H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu) Resources

Featured On-Demand Webcast

H1N1 Campus Management: Perspectives from Human Resources, the Business Office and Student Health Services
Date Recorded: September 15, 2009
This On-Demand webcast, presented in conjunction with the American College and Health Association (ACHA) and the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR), features presentations from the Chief Business Officer, Chief Human Resource Officer and Health & Safety Director from Carnegie Mellon, each providing their own perspective on an overall crisis/emergency response with a focus on student and faculty health, and financial, operational, and safety issues. Register Today!

The current H1N1 virus (also known as Swine Flu) has likely raised some questions and concerns about necessary precautions and responses you may need to take on your campus. In an effort to provide the most essential and up-to-date information for our members, we have complied a list of comprehensive resources regarding pandemic flu outbreaks and the H1N1 virus.

H1N1 Influenza (Swine Flu) Resources 

How are Campuses Handling?

  • Rasmussen College - examine the "10 Facts and Myths About H1N1" provided by Rasmussen College's School of Allied Health.
  • Florida Atlantic University - this plan is designed to guide FAU actions from pre-pandemic through the pandemic itself and the ensuing recovery.
  • Emory University - view campus advisories, letters to faculty and messages from campus leadership during an outbreak in early fall 2009.
  • The University of Kansas - explore their pandemic response plan, communication tools and alerts as the fall semester begins.
  • Princeton University - the first four cases were diagnosed on June 22nd. Campus officials have been actively monitoring the situation and communicating messages through this web site.
  • University of Arizona - UA is located in Pima County where 10 cases were disgnosed (one a student from UA). Campus, state and local government officials have been keeping the community informed using this site.

Other Resources

A number of other resources are available to assist those preparing pandemic response plans for colleges and universities.

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