Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2015). Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC) and Ebola.
This factsheet shares Ebola-specific risk communication information and emphasizes that the disease can be accompanied by public fear and misinformation, making clear communication even more important. The site includes information about transmission, stigma (and countering stigmatization), and provides quick tips for communicators (e.g., be empathetic, provide positive action steps).
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