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The Flu Wiki is not intended to substitute advice from public health authorities or health care professionals. Nonetheless, having a repository of knowledge available over the internet around the globe is part of our function and goal. Our mission statement can be found here on the Main page.
If you see areas of information that are incomplete or needs to be corrected, feel free to do so or write to one of the editors. For public health professionals, note that the Pandemic Plans section contains many state, provincial and national draft plans and links to health departments. Please help us keep all the information correct and up-to-date. Feel free to add anything that needs to be added; you may find these links helpful as a way of keeping track of what everyone else is doing. A plan in New Zealand or the United Kingdom or Minnesota may have elements you wish to adopt for your area. In fact, it would be great if you could comment briefly on what’s specially good about a plan you know - let’s copy the best!
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If the editors or publisher can be of any help in any way, please contact us using the About Flu Wiki link in the sidebar.
For library science professionals, graphic artists, and others who wish to volunteer to help with this project, please contact one of the editors or the publisher. Could you help explain the facts and the practices in positive ways that help adapt our behaviour regarding a pandemic and “cooperate our way around it”?
We are attempting to translate? the Flu Wiki into French? and Spanish?. We need your help in translating the FluWiki’s information - we also appreciate draft translations; these can be collaboratively refined. Also, please bring along your knowledgeable friends.
Finally, remember, wikis are designed to be participatory.