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Get Pandemic Ready Team

GetPandemicReady.org was created by members of a grassroots, volunteer organization called the Get Pandemic Ready Team (GPR Team). The GPR Team is a group of concerned citizens committed to personal preparation and community resiliency as the foundation for getting though a pandemic. Members of the team used their own experiences and extensive research to gather practical and time-efficient advice to help families prepare for a pandemic. A special thanks to:
  • Greg Dworkin, MD Editor, Flu Wiki
  • Michael Coston - Fla_Medic - author of Avian Flu Diary
  • Elizabeth Erwin
  • Melvin Johnson, Lewiston-Nez Perce County Emergency Management
  • Justin Kamen, Student - Columbia University, Founding Member of Students Prep America
  • Roy Kamen - Business Owner - Husband - Dad of 3
  • Catherine "Jackie" Mitchell - standingfirm - Prepared Citizens LLC
  • Stephanie Reynolds
  • Dr Dave
  • C. Bridgers
  • Karen Kirk
GetPandemicReady.org is hosted as a public service by Nez Perce County, Idaho as part of its disaster preparedness community outreach program.

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Material on the site was enhanced by the generous use materials licensed under the Creative Commons license.
This includes graphics, and extracts of "Influenza Pandemic Preparation and Response – A Citizens Guide."
Selected material in "Infants and Toddlers - Feeding" is courtesy of the Hesperian Foundation. The Hesperian Foundation is a non-profit publisher of books and educational materials that help people take the lead in their own health care and organize to improve health conditions in their communities.