Review of ECDC’s response to the influenza pandemic 2009/10
This report presents the final conclusions from an evaluation of ECDC’s response to the 2009 influenza pandemic. The evaluation was undertaken by an external panel of experts with extensive experience in communicable disease control, crisis management, and influenza programmes. They considered ECDC’s performance in the areas of crisis management, surveillance, scientific advice and communication.
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.
Pandemic Influenza Preparedness in EU/EEA - Status report as of Autumn 2007
Final report on the state of pandemic preparedness in the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) in Autumn 2007. This follows and supersedes the interim survey and report undertaken in the autumn of 2006 and published in January 2007. It underpins and provides the evidence for a more concise ‘Report for Policymakers’.
Guide to public health measures to reduce the impact of influenza pandemics in Europe – ‘The ECDC Menu’
This document presents a menu of possible public measures to be taken during influenza pandemics, giving public health and scientific information on what is known or can be said about their likely effectiveness, costs (direct and indirect), acceptability, public expectations and other more practical considerations. The ‘ECDC Menu’ aims to help EU Member States and institutions, individually or collectively, decide which measures they will apply.
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.