I need help answering the following questions.
1.Critically assess the delivery of communications to general public during a public health event that happened after the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic Influenza.
2.What were the roles of the local, state and federal health authorities, as well as the media?
3.What was the impact of social media in the event?
Also, I need to summarize the event in 2-3 sentences, and identify a specific event (NOT H1N1), and to provide a link to the story.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:44 am ad1c9bdddf
In October of 2013, a weather system described as an impending Atlantic storm made its
way up the Atlantic coast toward the shores starting in the Caribbean Sea. To record at 940
millibars, it had the lowest recorded pressure of any storm since tracking began. As this storm
began the path of destruction through the tropics and then on to the coast of New Jersey, there
were 117 deaths in the United States and 69 in other countries including Canada.
Communication to the public was unusual because many people knew about this storm
before it made landfall but discounted it as a minor hurricane. The northeastern shores of the
United States have been used to storms of a major caliber and from ...
436-word discussion on how social media is used in a public health event, with references.
Review of Disaster Communications at University in Michigan
The School Shooting
On April 16, 2007, the campus of Virginia Tech became the site of the deadliest school shooting in U.S. history, when, in two separate incidents, Seung Hui Cho killed 32 people and wounded numerous others. The communication process used to deal with the shooting and its aftermath by Virginia Tech authorities came under heavy criticism, both locally and nationally. To read more about it, refer to the link Lessons from the Virginia tech shootings provided in the Webliography.
Locate an educational setting in Michigan such Oakland university or Eastern Michigan and assess its emergency management plan. What audiences receive its disaster communications for emergencies? What are some of the obstacles this educational setting faces? Are armed security personnel or police working on the campus?
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