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

12/01/2008

The study had three components:

  1. Literature review. We reviewed the literature on emergency preparedness risk communication and public health messaging strategies, particularly for at-risk populations.

  2. Compendium search. We assembled a compendium of current emergency preparedness communication, outreach, and education materials and practices directed at senior citizens, PWDs, and other at-risk populations and their caregivers, including providers of long-term care services.

  3. Site visits. We conducted interviews with representatives in four sites to reflect a wide variety of hazard and emergency situations regarding promising or emerging efforts to educate and inform at-risk populations and their caregivers and providers.

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