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CDC Responds to 2008 Hurricane Season

CDC is partnering with many organizations in response to Hurricane Gustav and preparing for Hurricane Ike's projected landfall on the Gulf Coast. (For up-to-date information about Hurricane Ike, visit the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA]. CDC has sent 77 staff to affected and potentially affected areas. Working with the Department of Health and Human Services and federal, state and local partners, including businesses, CDC's response is focused on protecting people's health and safety during storm preparation and recovery. >> read the full text

Partnership Information

For Public Health Partners

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CDC Partnerships
Many CDC programs have established formal, long-standing partnerships.
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Communication Systems
CDC communicates with its partners through
e-mail, Web-based systems, and more.
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Health Promotion Campaigns
A sampling of campaigns promoting a range of health issues.
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Investigating Clusters of Health Events
A systematic plan for investigating clusters of health events.
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National Center for Health Marketing
Find out what health marketing's all about at CDC.
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Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
CDC is developing science-based guidance to help organizations prepare for pandemic flu.
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CDC Emergency Preparedness and Response
Get the latest on CDC’s emergency preparedness and response efforts.
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Public Health Image Library (PHIL)
Anyone may use CDC's collection of public health images.
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Page last modified: September 12, 2008
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