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

12/01/2008

  1. At the time that the interim reports were prepared, the process of establishing the HHS definition of “at-risk populations” was still in flux. The interim reports use the term vulnerable populations instead of at-risk populations.

  2. See http://cancercontrol.cancer.gov/RiskCommBib/.

  3. Initially, we identified and contacted 79 potential interview participants. However, some individuals did not respond to our request, others were unavailable, (e.g., deployed to the Iowa floods and other emergencies), yet others were not able to respond to the issues we wanted to address.

  4. A limited run television serial melodrama modeled after those made famous in Latin America.

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