Pandemic Influenza

This collection of websites was initiated in 2005 to contingency plan around any possible outbreak of Avian flu in the UK. It has since been expanded to include all types of Pandemic flu such as the Swine flu outbreak of 2009. The collection contains public advisory sites produced by the Government alongside news and commentary.

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  1. Mumsnet: latest swine flu advice
  2. National Childbirth Trust (NCT): Swine Flu Precautions
  3. National Farmer's Union (NFU): 'Swine' flu - Q and As
  4. National Institute for Clinical Excellence: News & Events, Major action needed to prevent worldwide outbreak of bird flu
  5. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE): technology appraisal guidance 168 - Amantadine, oseltamivir and zanamivir for the treatment of influenza (February 2009)
  6. National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC): Swine influenza in humans
  7. NHS Direct: Swine Flu
  8. Northern Ireland Executive: Ministerial statement to the assembly on swine flu
  9. Novartis: Influenza A(H1N1) Information Center
  10. Octagon Services Ltd
  11. Open University, The: Swine flu isn't Spanish flu, folks!
  12. Pig Health: New H1N1 influenza A virus [Mexico swine flu] growing pandemic 2009
  13. Pig Site, The: Ag Secretary Comments on Swine Flu Outreach Efforts
  14. Pig Site, The: FAO Acts Over H1N1 Human Crisis
  15. Pig Site, The: Likely Source of Swine Flu in Mexico
  16. Pig Site, The: Swine Flu Latest News
  17. Pig Site, The: Swine Influenza Creates Unrest on a Global Level
  18. Poultry Site, The: Bird Flu in Pigs
  19. Preparing for Emergencies - Pandemic Influenza pages
  20. Reckitt Benckiser

Sites (109)

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