Framework for an Australian Influenza Pandemic Plan - Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report No. 4

The Plan provides a strategic framework for the detection and management of an influenza pandemic in Australia. It provides a national framework and direction for the development of plans at the State/Territory and local level. This is the fourth report in the Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report series.

Page last updated: June 1999

A framework for an Australian Influenza Pandemic Plan: (Communicable Diseases Intelligence Technical Report Series No 4)

Endorsed by the Communicable Diseases Network Australia New Zealand
Published by Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care
June 1999


Synopsis

A framework for an Australian Influenza Pandemic Plan, endorsed by the Communicable Diseases Network Australia New Zealand, is the fourth report in the Communicable Diseases Intelligence Report Series.

The Plan provides a strategic framework for the detection and management of an influenza pandemic in Australia. It provides a national framework and direction for the development of plans at the State/Territory and local level, enabling State/Territories to link their own pandemic contingency plans (either existing or future) to the national Plan.

The Plan is a working document rather than a final solution. It will continue to be revised, added to, altered and refined as knowledge grows and changes.



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