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Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)

Local health official being interviewed by TV reporterDuring public health emergencies, the Oregon Health Authority’s Public Health Division (OHA-PHD) works with local and tribal health authorities to make sure all Oregonians get health and safety information that is timely and accurate. We help develop outreach materials in a variety of formats (websites, social media, print, radio, television) and we provide our partners with training and technical assistance in crisis and emergency risk communication (CERC).

CERC Toolkits

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Frequently Asked Questions (2017)Heat FAQ

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Extreme Heat and Public Health


Fact Sheets (2017)

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Heat FAQ

Heat and Your Health

Heat FAQ

First-aid for Heat Illness

Heat FAQ

Caring for Your Vulnerable Patients During a Heat Wave


Talking Points (2017)


Social Media Sheets (2017)


Press Releases (2017)

Press Release 1: Plan to beat the heat and avoid heat-related illness

Press Release 2: Beat the heat or you could get sick

Press Release 3: Extreme heat can make you sick. Learn the signs. Learn how to protect yourself.


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Frequently Asked Questions (2017) FAQ

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What College Communities Need to Know


Fact Sheets (2017)

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Meningococcal B Vaccine fact sheet

Bacterial Meningitisfact sheet


Customizable Toolstoolkit

Microsoft Word format

Bexsero vaccine reminder cards

Trumenba vaccine reminder cards

Get the vax! Vaccine promotion poster

Got the vax? Now what? Vaccine promotion poster

Bookmark / door hanger


Additional Resources

CDC's Meningococcal Disease Fact Sheet

Vaccine Information Statement: Serogroup B Meningococcal Vaccine (MenB)

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Frequently Asked Questions (2017)FAQ

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Fact Sheets (2017)air fact sheet

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Hazy, Smoky Air: Do you know what to do?

Public Health Guidance for School Outdoor Activities During Wildfire Eventsschool fact sheet


Videos (2017)

Stay healthy when the air is smoky

School outdoor activity during wildfire events


Talking Points (2017)

Wildfire Smoke

Reducing Exposure to Wildfire Smoke

Wildfire Smoke and Masks


Social Media Messages (2017)


Press Releases (2017)

Press Release 1: Smoky Air Could Cause Health Problems

Press Release 2: Wildfire Smoke Inhalation Prevention Information

Press Release 3: Take Steps to Protect Yourself from Wildfire Smoke

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Fact Sheets (2017)

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frostbite

Frostbite

hypothermia

Hypothermia

Keeping Food Safe During an Emergencyfact sheet

Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning After an Emergencyfact sheet


Videos (2017)

YouTubeFood Safety During a Power Outage

YouTubePreventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning During an Emergency​​


PSAs (2017)


Social Media Messages (2017)


Talking Points (2017)

Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Preventing Frostbite

Preventing Hypothermia


Press Releases (2017)

Press Release 1: Cold weather health and safety tips

Press Release 2: Protect yourself in extremely cold conditions


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For more information about risk communication


For more information about using social media during an emergency

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