Guide to revision of national pandemic influenza preparedness plans: Lessons learned from the 2009 A(H1N1) pandemic
This guide is intended for use by those involved in pandemic preparedness planning, generic preparedness and implementation of IHR core capacities in European countries. The document describes good practice for pandemic preparedness planning based on lessons learned from the 2009 pandemic.
Assessment of human influenza pandemic scenarios in Europe
Napoli, C., Fabiani, M., Rizzo, C., Barral, M., Oxford, J., Cohen, J.M., Niddam, L., Goryński, P., Pistol, A., Lionis, C., Bri, S., Nicoll, A., Penttinen, P., Gauci, C., Bounekkar, A., Bonnevay, S., Beresniak, A.
Joint ECDC and WHO Europe meeting report on the consultation on pandemic and all-hazard preparedness
This meeting focussed on cross-cutting issues related to pandemic and all-hazards preparedness in light of the implementation of the IHR and the recently adopted EU decision 1082/2013/EU.
Outbreak with a novel avian influenza A(H7N9) virus in China - scenarios and triggers for assessing risks and planning responses in the European Union, May 2013.
Schenk, C., Plachouras, D., Danielsson, N., Nicoll, A., Robesyn, E., Coulombier, D.
Developing pandemic preparedness in Europe in the 21st century: experience, evolution and next steps
Nicoll, A., Brown, C., Karcher, F., Penttinen, P., Hegermann-Lindencrone, M., Villanueva, S., Ciotti, M., Jean-Gilles, L., Rehmet, S., Nguyen-Van-Tam, J.S.
Lessons learnt from pandemic A(H1N1) 2009 influenza vaccination. Highlights of a European workshop in Brussels (22 March 2010)
Hanquet, G., van Damme, P., Brasseur, D., de Cuyper, X., Gregor, S., Holmberg, M., Martin, R., Molnar, Z., Pompa, M.G., Snacken, R., van der Se, M., van Ranst, M., Wirtz, A., Neels, P.
Joint European pandemic preparedness self-assessment indicators
This set of pandemic preparedness indicators is designed to assist Member States with the assessment of their pandemic preparedness in order to identify gaps, prioritise future investment and monitor progress in those areas that, by international consensus, are deemed the most important.