AHMPPIAustralian Health Management Plan for Pandemic Influenza
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The findings are relevant for prevention and control strategies used at the household level indicated in the AHMPPI and for international pandemic influenza planning.
The differences in health care-seeking behavior have implications for the pandemic influenza response, particularly during the phases of the AHMPPI when emphasis is on active case finding and slowing community transmission.
The influence of cultural and linguistic diversity on secondary transmission served as a proxy for a range of social and environmental determinants of intrahousehold transmission of pandemic (H1N1) 2009 transmission, including recognition and understanding of health promotion messages and access to antiviral treatment and prophylaxis during the containment stages of the AHMPPI. A key finding was a higher SAR among persons who spoke languages other than English at home.