Analysis of Risk Communication Strategies and Approaches with At-Risk Populations to Enhance Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery: Final Report. Compendium Sample

12/01/2008

Figure 2 illustrates the compendium sampling flow. Phase 1 review identified 309 resources from 73 different organizations (as well as websites linked from those organizations’ websites). As shown in Appendix B2, 28 of these 73 organizations were within the Federal Government, 20 were associations (e.g., National Association of City and County Health Officials [NACCHO]), 15 were service organizations (e.g., the American Red Cross), four were research organizations (e.g., RAND), and four did not fit any of these classifications but were referenced sufficiently to warrant adding to our list of organizations. Upon the closer inspection of the Phase 2 review, it was determined that 32 resources failed to satisfy our definitions of PHEP, vulnerable populations, or risk communication. Eight resources were risk communications directed at the safety of responders themselves, rather than vulnerable populations. As these were outside the scope of the compendium, they were removed. 27 of the remaining 269 resources were unavailable for download, and hence were not immediately available to audiences. Because of this, they were separated from the main compendium and are not included in the following analyses. The result is 242 resources in the final compendium.1 Forty-one (16.9 percent) of these were identified by Phase 2 reviewers as all-stars.2

FIGURE 2. Compendium Sampling Flow
Organizational Chart: 36 Initial Organizations + 37 Organizations Added During Search leads to 309 Resources Identified (Phase 1); which leads to 242 Resources Included in Final Compendium (Phase 2); which leads to 41 Resources Identified and Reviewed as All-Stars (Phases 2 & 3). 309 Resources Indentified also leads to 27 Resources Unavailable for Download, 32 Resources Did Not Meet Inclusion Criteria, and 8 Resources Focused on Safety of Responders.

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