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Reverse Engineering 20 Plus Years of Global/One Health Plandemic Iatrogenocide Planning
..through an Interdisciplinary Application & Interpretation of Risk Management, Psychology, Technology, Education and Law & Ethics
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I've Collated the Below Documents in the Last 24 Hours. For Your Reference they're listed chronologically.
1997 - Risk Communication and Vaccination: Workshop Summary - Vaccine Safety Forum, Board on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
Oct 1999 - MEDICAL READINESS - DoD Faces Challenges in Implementing Its Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program - United States General Accounting Office - Report to the Chairman and Ranking Minority Member, Committee on Veterans' Affairs, U.S. Senate
2003 - Risk Management Frameworks for Human Health - Jardine et al 2003
2004 - Mobilizing for Action: Communication-for-Behavioural-Impact (COMBI) - WHO Mediterranean Centre for Vulnerability Reduction (WMC), Tunis
2008 - WHO Outbreak Communication Planning Guide - 2008 edition
2012 - COMMUNICATION FOR BEHAVIOURAL IMPACT (COMBI) - A toolkit for behavioural and social communication in outbreak response, WHO
Jun 2012 - Enhealth Guidance - guidelines for assessing human health risks from environmental hazards -Australian Department of Health
Jan 2013 - ECDC TECHNICAL REPORT: A literature review on effective risk communication for the prevention and control of communicable diseases in Europe Insights into health communication - European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control
Jan 2016 - Vaccine safety communication : guide for immunization programme managers and national regulatory authorities - WHO Western Pacific Region
2018 - A Risk Practitioners Guide to ISO 31000 – Institute of Risk Management
Feb 2020 - Eighth Val-de-Grâce Emerging Infectious Diseases Seminar, Paris, France, March 29, 2019 - Emerging Infectious Diseases - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Dec 2020 - Recognizing the Role of Psychological Science in Improving Online Spaces - Psychological Science in the Public Interest, Vol 21, Issue 3
May 2021 - Critical preparedness, readiness and response actions for COVID-19 - Interim Guidance, WHO
Jun 2021 - Encyclopedia of Security and Emergency Management - Springer Nature Reference M.-H. (Eds.)
Jan 2023 - Vaccine Crisis Communication Handbook 9 JAN 2023 - They even have a "Vaccine Crisis Communication Handbook now, 4chan.org/pol
CERC (Crisis + Emergency Risk Communication)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
A Hidden Gem from 2013
Finally, the authors synthesised their guidance frameworks into a set of 10 decision-making principles for risk management, including risk communication:
Do more good than harm (beneficence, nonmalificence).
Ensure an equitable distribution of risk (equity).
Fair process of decision making (fairness, natural justice).
Seek optimal use of limited risk management resources (utility).
Promise no more risk management than can be delivered (honesty).
Impose no more risk than you would tolerate yourself (the Golden Rule).
Be cautious in the face of uncertainty (‘better safe than sorry’).
Foster informed risk decision making for all stakeholders (autonomy).
Risk management processes must be flexible and evolutionary to be open to new knowledge and understanding (evolution, evaluation, iterative process).
The complete elimination of risk is not possible (life is not risk free)