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Course Title:
CDC Responds: Influenza--Prevention, Detection, & Control (Webcast)
Format: Web-based Training w/ Video Archive
Cost (US $): None
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Course Description: This archived webcast of a live 12/20/01 broadcast presents an update on the clinical presentation, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of influenza in the community and in healthcare setting, the use of influenza vaccination, and the use of influenza antiviral medications. An update on the availability of influenza vaccine for the 2001 season is provided.

Objectives after the program, participants will be able to:
  • Describe the clinical signs and symptoms associated with influenza.
  • Define the impact of influenza in the community and in healthcare facilities.
  • Understand the use of influenza diagnostic tests and antiviral medications.
  • Identify at risk populations targeted for influenza vaccination and obtain information on the supply for 2.
Subject Area(s):
Bioterrorism/Emergency Preparedness
Infectious Diseases/Immunizations
Target Audience(s): Allied Health Professionals
Health Officials
Sponsor/Offerer: PHTN, CDC, AHA, AMA, AOA, NMA, IDSA, & Others/UNC School of Public Health and PHF
Starting Date: Continuous/Self-Study
Ending Date: N/A
Special Notes: RealPlayer Version 8.0 or higher is required and available free on the site. Webcast links for the entire series of bioterrorism broadcasts since October 18, 2001 can be found at www.phppo.cdc.gov/phtn

The CDC will provide a single VHS videotape of the 12/20/01 program free of charge to anyone who is unable to view the broadcast. While supplies last, you can order the video from the Public Health Foundation by phone at (01 for international calls) or online at http://bookstore.phf.org/prod197.htm. Alternatively, you may send a request for a single copy of the video by sending your name and complete mailing address by email () or fax () with "Influenza" in the subject line.
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Contact Name: PHTN
Contact Phone: 1-800-41-TRAIN
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