the centers for disease control and prevention page queries all guidance, toolkits, and templates relevant to preparedness activities published by the agency from its establishment through today.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published the National Strategic Plan for Public Health Preparedness and Response in September of 2011. As stated in the Strategy, CDC’s preparedness vision for the nation is people’s health protected—public health secured. This is consistent with the Presidential Policy Directive 8, the Department of Health and Human
Services’ Healthy People 2020, National Health Security Strategy, and Strategic Plan, the Department of Homeland Security’s National Response Framework, and other national preparedness and response plans and doctrine.
To achieve the vision by 2020, it is essential that partners and stakeholders across public health, healthcare, bio-defense, emergency management, and the private sector, work together. In the next decade, CDC will continue to lead partnerships in the public health system to carry out the public health preparedness mission to strengthen and support the nation’s health security to save lives and protect against public health threats.
preparedness and response activities use an all hazards approach; however, activities have begun that will expand critical capabilities needed for specific public health threats.
Each year, Congress appropriates Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response (TPER) funds to CDC. This funding supports a range of activities at CDC and state and local levels to help develop the capabilities and capacities needed to respond to public health threats. This report focuses on activities supported by fiscal year (FY) 2007 TPER funding at CDC which totaled approximately $1.5 billion.
The Model State Emergency Health Powers Act (MSEHPA) is a template for state health departments to use is state legislative efforts. The template grants public health powers to state and local public health authorities to ensure a strong, effective, and timely planning, prevention, and response mechanisms to public health emergencies (Details Pending).