Planning for a Pandemic

The American Academy of Family Physicians last year started developing its own crisis plan to deal with a possible avian flu pandemic. AAFP felt it was important to have a pandemic crisis plan so that the association would have the resources to support its members — the doctors who would be treating people around the country.

The association came up with a response plan that focused on three critical areas: staffing and day-to-day operations; meetings; and building operations (since A

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