Beyond pandemics: A whole-of-society approach to disaster preparedness

“Beyond Pandemics: A Whole-of-Society Approach to Disaster Preparedness” outlines the human, economic and societal benefit of increasing collaboration, planning and dialogue across the entire societal architecture. It demonstrates how forming partnerships with non-traditional partners in public health issues including travel, animal health, private business, and civil-military response teams can help advance disaster preparedness.
A collaborative effort by many agencies and technical leaders challenges the leaders from the whole-of-society to help unify experiences and resources to successfully manage and mitigate the impact of future pandemics and other global disasters.
The publication has been edited and produced by FHI 360's PREVENT project.

Published 2012-06-14