DomPrep Pandemic Planning 2021 Survey

In 2020-2021, the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that a public health emergency is not solely a public health problem. A multi-discipline, multi-jurisdictional effort is needed to overcome the numerous challenges that communities face. It is not good enough to create lessons learned and best practices if no subsequent actions are taken. DomPrep needs your input on COVID-19 preparedness and response efforts by taking the Pandemic Planning 2021 survey. There is also a comment field for you to add any additional comments/suggestions, lessons learned, best practices, etc.

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* 1. The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the responsibilities that each level of government has in a response to an emerging infection. Do state and local governments currently have sufficient resources to carry out their tasks?

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* 2. Should the Strategic National Stockpile be inclusive of all the needs of a response to pandemic influenza or concentrate only on those items not easily accessible and abundant through the commercial supply chain?

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* 3. Who do you believe should have primary responsibility for pandemic flu planning and response?

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* 4. Should the federal government continue to fund specific threats, such as pandemic influenza, or broaden its public health funding to cover "all-hazards?"

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* 5. Should the federal government provide more standardized, prescriptive guidance to states for their pandemic planning and response?

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* 6. Will the successes and lessons learned from the recent COVID-19 vaccine campaign have a long-term impact on future seasonal influenza vaccination efforts?

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* 7. As the Public Health and Emergency Management communities work more closely together what is the most important issue for improvement?

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* 8. Additional comments

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* 10. What type of position do you hold

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