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2009 SNS Training Summit

Presentation Materials

Summit Agenda

Federal Updates
     Division of Strategic National Stockpile (DSNS) Update
     Division of State and Local Response (DSLR) Update
     Public Health Emergency Countermeasures Enterprise (PHEMCE)/Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA)
     Pan Flu: Metered vs. Sequential Deployment Option/ Countermeasure Inventory Implications

Preparedness Planning: Modeling Tools and Techniques
Presentation 1
     Presentation 2

Real Life Events: Lunch Time Presentations
          Tuesday:  Lessons Learned in Planning (Jacksonville, FL)
     Wednesday:  Wisconsin Floods of 2008   
         Thursday:  Kentucky Ice Storm

Session: Breakouts
     Chempack Update:
           Presentation 1 (Weinkle)
           Presentation 2 (Cibulsky)
     Getting Out the Word: Developing Pre-Event Messaging:
     Partnering with Tribal Nations:
           Presentation 1  (Pitts)
           Presentation 2 (Quinn)
           Pod Lane "Footprint"
           Facility Flow Chart
     Hospital Preparedness and Surge Capacity:
     Universal POD Design:
           Presentation (Coming Soon)

Session: Alternate Dispensing
     Closed Points of Dispensing: Strengthening Local Approaches for Mass Prophylaxis Partnerships (Coming Soon)
     Drive-Thru PODs: An Alternative Method of Mass Prophylaxis
     Successful PODs: Partnering with Tribes
     Antibiotic Mass Prophylaxis Using Polling Places as Distribution Sites

Session:  PREP ACT and EUA Update
 Presentation:  Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)
     PREP Act - Reference Slides
     EUA FAQs
     EUA Messaging Points
     Key Differences for State and Local Planners

Session: Successful Collaborations
Military/Civilian Relationships
     Albemarle Health and Safety-U.S. Coast Guard Partnership
     Collaborating with the Private Sector - Cox Communications
     Collaborating with the Private Sector - Georgia Power

Please note: The findings and conclusions in presentations given by CDC personnel are that of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

     Regional Planning Breakout session:
Planning beyond Borders
          Regional Approaches to Preparedness

Modeling Resources Fact Sheet (RealOpt, Toursolver)
          Virtual Worlds - White Paper
          Virtual Worlds - Brochure