Pandemic influenza preparedness and vulnerable populations in tribal communities.

@article{Groom2009PandemicIP,
  title={Pandemic influenza preparedness and vulnerable populations in tribal communities.},
  author={Amy V. Groom and Cheyenne C Jim and Mic Laroque and Cheryl L. Mason and Joe Mclaughlin and Lisa Neel and Terry Powell and Thomas Weiser and Ralph T. Bryan},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2009},
  volume={99 Suppl 2},
  pages={
          S271-8
        }
}
American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) governments are sovereign entities with inherent authority to establish and administer public health programs within their communities and will be critical partners in national efforts to prepare for pandemic influenza. Within AIAN communities, some subpopulations will be particularly vulnerable during an influenza pandemic because of their underlying health conditions, whereas others will be at increased risk because of limited access to prevention or… CONTINUE READING

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