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the NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness,

the NJ Department of Health,

Rutgers University

and the reviewers from both the public and private sectors who contributed to the development of this project.

Pandemic Influenza Awareness Program

Multimedia Version - English

To take this program as an online course, first visit the Course
Instructions page to learn how to navigate the presentations.

To download this program to burn onto CDs or post onto your organization’s
intranet, visit the Downloadable Multimedia Version page for instructions.

Please note: The quizzes within the modules may take a few extra
moments to load. Thank you for your patience.

Course Instructions 
Here you will see how to navigate through the presentations at your own pace.

NOTE: Attached to each Module are one or more pandemic flu resources.† Your computerís default browser will open the resources.† Your computerís security settings may block the content or warn you that the content could harm your computer.† These resources are safe.† Please change your computerís security settings so that you are able to view the content, or contact your organizationís information technology (IT) personnel for assistance.

Module 1: Pandemic Flu Basics   
This segment introduces you to pandemic flu. You will learn what makes a flu “pandemic” and how it may affect you and your community.

Module 2: Personal Planning
By the time a pandemic has started, it is too late to prepare. This module provides steps you can take now that will help protect you, your loved ones and your neighbors.

Module 3: Risk Reduction
Practice the techniques provided here to reduce your chances of becoming ill and spreading the flu to others.

Module 4: Impact on Health Care

This section discusses how our health care system may be affected by a pandemic and the government’s role in reducing the impact. It also describes four critical aspects of caring for flu at home.

Module 5: Pandemic Flu and the Workplace
Just as individuals and communities need to prepare for a flu pandemic, so do all public and private sector organizations. This module discusses how businesses can reduce the economic impact of a pandemic.

Module 6: Emotional Challenges of a Flu Pandemic
A flu pandemic may cause unique emotional stress. This module describes normal emotional reactions and provides tips on how you can cope now and during a pandemic.  It also explains how to identify reliable sources of public health information.

Final Quiz [PDF 15k]

Final Quiz Answer Key [PDF 15k]

Resources and Links [PDF 2mb]


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