Ohio Pandemic Influenza Public Engagement Demonstration Project: Mass Fatality Management, Final Report [open pdf - 111KB]
"The Ohio Pandemic Influenza Public Engagement Demonstration Project was initiated to support the development of response and recovery plans to manage the consequences of mass fatalities due to an outbreak of pandemic influenza in Ohio. This demonstration project proposed to build the capacity of Ohio's local public health jurisdictions, specifically those within 11 rural counties (five-county area in Southeast Homeland Security Sub-Region 1 [as of August 9, 2009, renamed South Central] and six counties within the Northwest Homeland Security Region), to engage the public in discussion about policy decisions related to management of mass fatalities (MFM) due to pandemic influenza. A public engagement process similar to one used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2005 and 2006 was applied. "
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