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. Resources retain their original document numbers in order to avoid confusion or misattribution across multiple phases of review.

  2. Additionally, 20 of the 242 resources were given Phase 2 review by two reviewers. These reviewer pairs agreed on 18 of 20 determinations of all-star status (90 percent). The two resources for which there was disagreement were excluded from Phase 3 review (and are not part of the 41 all-stars).

  3. The current search, however, did not look for simple translations of emergency risk communications targeting general populations.

  4. Whereas the number of translated materials reported here seems low, we did not compare them to resources targeting general audiences, which may suffer from the same lack of translation. The current search also focused on English language websites. Searches of websites in other languages may have revealed more materials.

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