Anatomy of a pandemic [videorecording] / produced by Larry Klein ; co-producer, Mark Olshaker ; a co-production of WETA Washington D.C., MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, and Production Group, Inc.
Contributor(s): Klein, Larry [pro] | Olshaker, Mark [pro] | Suarez, Ray [nrt] | WETA-TV (Television station : Washington, D.C.) | MacNeil/Lehrer Productions | Production Group, Inc | PBS Home Video | PBS Distribution (Firm).Material type: FilmPublisher: [United States] : PBS Home Video : Distributed by PBS Distribution, Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.Uniform titles: PBS newshour. Subject(s): H1N1 influenza | Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919 | Epidemiology | Communicable diseases | Emergency managementDDC classification: 614.5/18 Online resources: Connect to material related to this title online.
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DVD-R, NTSC; region 1.
Narrator: Ray Suarez.
Editor, Bob Kanner ; cinematography, Gary Hennoch ... [et al.].
Originally broadcast Dec. 14, 2009 on PBS Newshour.
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"Anatomy of a pandemic examines the major issues surrounding the 2009 H1N1 influenza virus outbreak, commonly referred to as "swine flu", using the current pandemic to explore best practices for the U.S. and other world governments when faced with any widespread health emergency. Contextualizes the current outbreak with pandemics of the past, including the 1918 influenza pandemic. It focuses as well on the science of influenza, including the development and implementation of the current H1N1 vaccine, next generation vaccine techniques, and the quest to create a potential universal vaccine"--Container.