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Long-Term Mass Prophylaxis Considerations
Building on the planning efforts of local health departments and a 2015 publication entitled "The 49th Hour: Analysis of a Follow-up Medication and Vaccine Dispensing Field Test," NACCHO presented planning considerations, probable scenarios, and response strategies for long-term mass prophylaxis operations following an initial dispensing campaign in response to an aerosolized anthrax scenario. An expanded screening methodology and a dual vaccine and antibiotic POD model was also presented. To view the presentation click the following link. More »
 
 
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Local Health Department Guide to Collaboration with Department of Defense
The Local Health Department Guide to Collaboration with Department of Defense will help local health departments better understand the process of integrating Department of Defense assets into a public health preparedness response, thereby facilitating development of support agreements for incidents requiring a mass dispensing or mass vaccination campaign. This guide is also intended to increase local health department capacity for responding to public health emergencies requiring a mass dispensing or mass vaccination campaign for local communities across the nation. Please see the following publications:

 
 
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Connecting the Dots between SNS and Collaborative Partnerships: The 12 Most Valuable Lessons Learned
Learn how your local health department can benefit from collaborative partnerships related to the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) with 12, easy-to-digest five minute videos. This presentation illuminates the "story behind the story" for 12 SNS-related collaborative efforts across the country in a fast-paced, thought-provoking format.

As an Ignite Presentation during the 2013 Public Health Preparedness Summit, this session was based on the Ignite and Pecha Kucha formats that are often used by the technology community to share ideas and pitches. Each presenter had five minutes and 20 slides to get their message across to the audience.

Find the SNS Ignite Videos here. 
 
 
 
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Public Health Emergency Response Guide for State, Local, and Tribal Public Health Directors–Version 2.0
This document is an all-hazards reference tool for those who are responsible for responding during the first 24 hours (the acute phase) of an emergency. This is an update to the November 2004 version of the CDC Public Health Emergency Response Guide for State, Local, and Tribal Public Health Directors.

The guide is available in English and Spanish. Users are encouraged to provide feedback on the guide. More »
 
 
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Doxycycline Emergency Use Authorization
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has provided this Emergency Use Authorization for the use of Doxycycline for post exposure prophylaxis of inhalational anthrax. More »
 
 
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CDC and Indian Health Service SNS Resource Guide
 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Indian Health Service released a resource guide for American Indian and Alaska Native government leaders titled "Preparing Tribal Nations to Receive Strategic National Stockpile Assets."

The guide provides resources for mutual aid agreements and suggestions on how American Indian and Alaska Native government leaders and local and state health department leaders can work together on creating a plan to receive SNS assets. More »
 
 
Drive-Thru Point of Dispensing Planning Guide
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Many local health departments are exploring alternative methods of dispensing, including drive-through PODs. 

The Drive-Thru Point of Dispensing Planning Guide was developed by NACCHO in collaboration with the Orange County (FL) Health Department and the Louisville (KY) Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness to address the challenges facing localities preparing for mass medical countermeasure distributions to populations during disasters. 

This guide primarily focuses on planning for Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) responses in urban or suburban areas that have difficulties meeting 100 percent prophylaxis coverage of their population within limited time frames using traditional indoor points of dispensing (PODs). It can, however, be modified for use in planning for other responses involving outdoor distribution. 

Click here to download the guide (PDF).

 
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