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. Royal College of General Practitioners: Pandemic Planning - H1N1 Flu
  2. Royal College of Midwives: RCOG/RCM Advice on Swine Flu and pregnancy
  3. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist: Swine Flu Public Information
  4. Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (RPSGB): Swine flu
  5. RSPB: Avian influenza
  6. Sciencebase
  7. Science of the Invisible
  8. Science of the Invisible: 10 more things you should know about swine flu
  9. South Hampstead High School Online
  10. Tamiflu - flu treatment and flu prevention
  11. Tamiflu, University of Bristol
  12. TeacherNet: Human Flu Pandemic
  13. TheFamilyGP.Com: Swine flu cases rises as schools open (Fri 18 Oct 2009)
  14. Trades Union Congress (TUC): Biological Hazards
  15. UK Parliament: Commons statement on swine flu
  16. UK Parliament: H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine - Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology
  17. UK Parliament: House of Lords Science and Technology Committee - Pandemic Influenza Followup [July 2009]
  18. UK Parliament: House of Lords Science and Technology Committee - Pandemic Influenza Inquiry [December 2005]
  19. UK Resilience: Pandemic Flu
  20. UK Youth Parliament Forums: Swine Flu

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