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Prepare for Disasters with Get Ready’s 2016 Calendar


Ready, Pet, Go! Prepare for disasters with Get Ready’s 2016 calendar
Emergency preparedness tips brought to you by cute animals? The wild winners of Ready, Pet, Go!, APHA’s Get Ready Photo Contest, have got you covered.
To celebrate National Preparedness Month, APHA’s Get Ready campaign has released its 2016APHA's Ready, Pet, Go! Get Ready Calendar calendar featuring adorable animals and tips to keep you and your loved ones safe during disasters. Each month features a different animal sharing helpful safety advice, including protecting yourself from disease, where to take shelter during a storm and what to include in your emergency stockpile.
Check out the winning photos in our animal photo gallery and share them with your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter. And while you’re there, browse some of our favorite runners-up photos and vote for your favorite!
For more emergency preparedness resources you can use in your community or organization, visit the Get Ready website.

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APHA’s Get Ready campaign helps Americans prepare themselves, their families and their communities for all disasters and hazards, including pandemic flu, infectious disease, natural disasters and other emergencies.


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One Response

  1. Dear David,

    AJPH has some fabulous new features!

    We have more news, reviews, letters, and opinion editorials in addition to the latest peer reviewed research. We also have a new look, a redesigned table of contents and simplified titles and abstracts to make it easier to browse through each issue. More than ever, we give you access to the authors with podcasts, blogs and videos.

    Be on the lookout for more innovations as we continue to explore new ways to interact with our readers.

    The new AJPH includes:
    • Editorials
    • Perspectives
    • Policy
    • Ethics
    • History
    • Practice
    • Research

    AJPH is the official journal of the American Public Health Association. APHA members get full access to the Journal.

    Alfredo Morabia MD PhD


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