Best-practices framework for undertaking an after-action review (AAR)
Figure 2 from the technical report on 'Best practice recommendations for conducting after-action reviews to enhance public health preparedness'.
Preparedness aims to minimise the risks posed by communicable diseases and mitigate their impact during a public health emergency, regardless of the scale (local, regional, national, European). This requires the capacities and capabilities for effective planning, coordination, early detection, assessment, investigation, response to and communication in public health emergencies.Read more
Public health emergency preparedness aims to minimise the risks posed by communicable diseases and to mitigate their impact during a public health emergencyRead more
ECDC’s HEPSA preparedness self-assessment tool is now available in all EU/EEA languages
7 Feb 2019 - The HEPSA (Health Emergency Preparedness Self-Assessment) tool that ECDC launched in 2018 in English is now available in all EU/EEA languages. This tool aims at supporting countries in improving their level of public health emergency preparedness.