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Links and Articles on Infectious Patient Isolation

Bioterrorism Planning and Response (AHRQ)

Hospital Emergency Preparedness Assessment: A Framework for Integrated Bioterrorism Planning and Response

Smallpox Fact Sheet

CDC Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Site

CDC, Department of Health & Human Services - Guidance for Filtration and Air Cleaning Systems to Protect Building Environments from Airborne Chemical, Biological or Radiological Attacks.pdf

CDC Smallpox Information - http://www.bt.cdc.gov/agent/smallpox/ and http://www.bt.cdc.gov/agent/smallpox/response-plan/files/sections-i-iv.pdf

CDC Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Information

Biological and Chemical Terrorism Information for Healthcare Professionals

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory – “Advice for Safeguarding Buildings Against Chemical or Biological Attacks

Guidelines

CDC Interim Recommendations for Infection Control in Health-Care Facilities Caring for Patients with Known or Suspected Avian Influenza

2003 CDC Guidelines For Healthcare Infection Control: How Abatement Technologies Can Help Facilities Meet Recommendations For Preventing Airborne Infections

2007 CDC Guideline for Isolation Precautions: Preventing Transmission of Infectious Agents in Healthcare Settings

Infection Control During Renovation & Construction

Infection Control Today - “Control the Chaos and the Spread of Infection During Construction”

Health Facilities Management, July 2002 - "Clean Construction: Advice on Controlling Infection Risks During Building Projects"

CDC Mold Site

U.S. EPA Indoor Air Quality-Mold Site

APIC State-of-the-Art Report: The Role of Infection Control During Construction in Health Care Facilities - APIC SOAR Construction 2000.pdf

Infectious Diseases

US Government Avian Flu and Pandemic Flu Information

CDC Avian Flu Information

National Strategy for Pandemic Influenza

Carl C. Schultz, P.E. - "TB, SARS, and the Surgical Suite; Engineered Systems"

CDC Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE) - News & Updates

Isolation Rooms

Francis Curry: Isolation Rooms Design, Assessment and Upgrade

Using Germicidal UV Disinfection - Alternative Methods for Using Germicidal UV Disinfection Lamps to Supplement HEPA Filtration

Isolation Room Monitor Checklist

Professional Organizations and Associations

American Society for Healthcare Engineering - www.ashe.org

Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology - www.apic.org

American Institute of Architects - www.aia.org

U.S. Government Agencies

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - www.cdc.gov

Department of Homeland Security - www.dhs.gov

Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Emergency (PHE) - www.phe.gov

National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) - www.phe.gov/ndms

For Canada

Government of Canada - Pandemic Influenza

Public Health Agency of Canada - Avian Flu

Canadian Standards Association: Infection Control During Construction or Renovation of Health Care Facilities

Guidelines for Preventing the Transmission of Tuberculosis in Canadian Health Care Facilities and Other Institutional Settings

Construction-Related Nosocomial Infections in Patients in Health Care Facilities - Canada Construction Related Guidelines.pdf