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close this bookEmergency Vector Control after Natural Disaster - A Study Guide (PAHO; 1982; 98 pages)
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Emergency Vector Control after Natural Disaster - A Study Guide

Disaster Management Center

To be used in conjunction with
Pan American Health Organization
Scientific Publication No. 419

PAN AMERICAN HEALTH ORGANIZATION
Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Regional Office of the WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
525 Twenty-third Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037, U.S.A.

Disaster Management Center
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-EXTENSION
Engineering and Applied Science
432 North Lake Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
608-262-2061
Telex No: 265452

This Study Guide is one in a series of five prepared by the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Department of Engineering and Applied Science, Disaster Management Center for the Pan American Health Organization.

This self-study series is designed to use scientific publications of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) as texts for the study of health-related issues in disaster management. Each module of the series includes a PAHO text, a study guide, pre-study test, self-assessing examination questions and a final examination.

Copyright © 1984 by University of Wisconsin Regents

For permission to reprint contact:

Disaster Management Center
Department of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Wisconsin-Extension
432 North Lake Street
Madison, Wisconsin 53706

Prepared by Dr. Robert W. Tonn, Richard Hansen, and Don Schramm

Legal Notice

This report was prepared by the University of Wisconsin (UW). Neither the UW nor any of its officers or employees makes any warranty, express or limited, or assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed, or represents that its use would infringe privately owned rights. Reference herein to any specific commercial product, process, or service by trade name, mark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement by the UW.

Five self-study courses, based on Pan American Health Organization scientific publications, are now available. They are designed to assist in the development of disaster management plans or the improvement of existing plans. These publications and their companion study courses are entitled:

Scientific Publication No. 407
Emergency Health Management after Natural Disaster

Scientific Publication No. 443
Health Services Organization in the Event of a Disaster

Scientific Publication No. 430
Environmental Health Management after Natural Disaster

Scientific Publication No. 420
Epidemiologic Surveillance after Natural Disaster

Scientific Publication No. 419
Emergency Vector Control after Natural Disaster

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