Looking back on H1N1

OSHA Healthcare Connection, April 20, 2010

In an April 12 New York Times Op-Ed, Richard P. Wenzel, a professor of internal medicine and an infectious disease specialist at Virginia Commonwealth University, reviews some of the major lessons learned from this year’s H1N1 pandemic.

Although it was not as serious as many anticipated, Wenzel argues that in order to better prepare ourselves for future disease outbreaks, it’s important to look at failures, successes, and areas of improvement.

Read more at “Lessons learned from H1N1 and the future of pandemics.”

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