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University communications related to H1N1 


Open H1N1 vaccination clinics  

Dec 15, 2009

Message from Assistant Vice President, Safety & Risk Management, David Hopka delivered via e-mail to all Ohio University faculty, staff and students on Dec. 15, 2009.


University to hold H1N1 vaccine clinic  

Dec 8, 2009

Ohio University will hold its second 2009 H1N1 vaccination clinic for priority group members of Ohio University students, faculty, staff and dependents on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 11 and 12.


H1N1 Recommendation Oct. 1, 2009  

Oct 1, 2009

Message from Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit delivered via e-mail to all faculty on Oct. 1, 2009.


H1N1 confirmed at Ohio University  

Oct 1, 2009

On Friday, Sept. 25, Hudson Health Center sent a specimen from a student who tested positive for Influenza A for H1N1 testing. The results of that test, which were received today, were positive.


Employee H1N1 Update  

Oct 1, 2009

Message distributed via e-mail to all faculty and staff on Oct. 1, 2009, from Chief Human Resources Officer Luis Lewin.


Officials urge infection-prevention steps  

Sep 4, 2009

As students pour into Ohio University from across the country and world, officials are urging members of the university community to take precautions to protect themselves from infectious diseases such as the flu.


H1N1 influenza A planning update  

Aug 27, 2009

Ohio University continues to monitor the H1N1 influenza A outbreak. The university has a pandemic influenza response plan in place, which is guided by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations for institutions of higher education. Recent updates to these recommendations are currently being reviewed by the university, along with continued planning with county health officials.


WHO raises flu alert level  

Jun 12, 2009

The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised its flu warning to its highest level, or a Phase 6 alert, declaring a global influenza epidemic. It should be noted, however, that this indicates only an increase in the virus's circulation, not an increase in the amount of severe illnesses from it.


H1N1 influenza A update  

May 15, 2009

Ohio University is continuing to monitor the H1N1 influenza A outbreak. University student health center staff and emergency preparedness staff continue to receive updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health information sources.


Memo recaps OHIO's safety steps on flu outbreak  

May 6, 2009

Ohio University officials said Tuesday that they are closely monitoring the evolving H1N1 influenza A outbreak through daily updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other health information sources.


Swine flu: Questions and answers  

Apr 28, 2009

As news spreads of confirmed swine flu cases in Mexico, the United States and Canada, many are wondering what swine flu is and how to prevent an infection. Martha Simpson, assistant professor of family medicine in the College of Osteopathic Medicine and president of University Medical Associates, provides some answers.