Category Archives: Pandemics/Epidemics
According to the CDC, flu activity most commonly peaks in January and February. Click on this URL, http://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/WeeklyFluActivityMap.htm, to see the latest summary of flu activity in the United States. As you will see, the flu is currently widespread in … Continue reading
Click here to view an 8:51 screencast that I did of the importance of disaster planning in libraries. The focus of the screencast is on major disasters that can greatly impact library operations.
Every morning, I spend about 20 minutes looking over my RSS news feeds, all related to emergency preparedness. Currently, most of the news is about the just-ended hurricane season, however, I’ve noticed a trend toward a greater concern about the … Continue reading
Thanks to a grant from the Southeastern/Atlantic Region of the NN/LM, an Emergency Preparedness & Service Continuity meeting was held before the annual meeting of the Alabama Health Libraries Association (ALHeLA) last week in Mobile, Alabama. Featured were Dr. Ronald … Continue reading