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Build Your Own Zika Prevention Kit
2016 | Website | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
If you live in a state or area with the mosquito that spreads the Zika virus and you are concerned about Zika, learn how to build your own Zika Prevention kit.

Zika: The Basics of the Virus and How to Protect Against It
2016 | PDF- English,  PDF - Spanish | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This document provides an overview of the basics of the Zika virus including how Zika spreads, symptoms, risks, prevention and what to do if you have Zika.

Migrant Clinicians Network: Zika Virus
2016  | Website | Source: Migrant Clinicians Network
This website provides specific information for Migrant workers and Clinicians.

Zika 101 Presentation
2016  | PDF - English, PDF - Spanish | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Protect Your Family & Community: How Zika Spreads
2016 | PDF - EnglishPDF - Spanish | Source: Centers  for Disease Control and Prevention
This infographic shows how the Zika virus is spread via mosquito, pregnancy, sex and blood transfusions.

ZAP Summit Follow-Up Teleconference Presentations
2016 | Website | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This website offers teleconference presentations that can be used to educate yourself and others on the following topics: Zika diagnostic tools, surveillance, importance of pregnancy planning, prevention of sexually transmitted Zika, pregnancy and birth defects and health messaging and communication for response to U.S. Zika transmission.

 

  

Zika Virus Status in Michigan

2016 I SlideShare I Source: Michigan Primary Care Association

This webinar will offer an overview of the Zika Virus, including the current status and the potential impact it has on Michigan. In addition, Dr. Well's will discuss Michigan's role in monitoring and responding to the virus and provide resources for clinicians.


Zika Prevention

Update: Interim Guidance for Prevention of Sexual Transmission of Zika Virus
2016 | PDF | Source: Morbidly and Mortality Weekly
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issues interim guidance for the prevention of sexual transmission of Zika virus in February 2016. The following recommendations apply to men who have traveled to or reside in areas with active Zika virus transmission and their female or male sex partners.

Mosquito Bite Prevention for Travelers
2016 | PDF | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Mosquitoes spread many types of viruses and parasites that can cause diseases like Chikungunya, Dengue, Zika and Malaria. If you are traveling to an area where Malaria is found, talk to your health care provider about Malaria prevention medication that may be available.

Interim Guidance for Protecting Workers from Occupational Exposure to Zika Virus
2016 | PDF - EnglishPDF - Spanish | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) are monitoring the Zika virus outbreak spreading through Central and South America, Mexico and parts of the Caribbean including U.S. territories. This interim guidance provides employers and workers with information and guidance on prevention occupational exposure to the Zika virus.

 

Zika Virus & Pregnancy

Zika and Pregnancy Flyers 
2016 |  PDF  |  Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

What We Know & What We Don't Know
2016 | PDF - EnglishPDF - Spanish | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This document is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention response to the Zika virus and highlights current known and unknown information about the virus

Pregnant and Living in an Area with Zika
2016 | PDF | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This flyer is intended for pregnant women living in an area with the Zika virus and offers information regarding symptoms and ways to prevent contracting the virus. This document is also available in Spanish, Arabic, Tagalog, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Creole and Korean.

Pregnant? Read This Before You Travel
2016 | PDF - EnglishPDF - Spanish | Website | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This flyer describes what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention knows and doesn't know about Zika and provides ways to prevent acquiring the virus.

Doctor's Visit Checklist for Pregnant Women Living in an Area with Zika
2016 | PDF - EnglishPDF - Spanish |Website | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This document provides questions that women who are living in an area with Zika should discuss with their health care provider. It also includes a note sheet for women to write down information discussed during their visit.

Doctor's Visit Checklist for Pregnant Women Who Traveled to An Area with Zika
2016 | PDF - EnglishPDF - Spanish |Website | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The document provides questions that women who have traveled to an area with Zika should discuss with their health care provider. It also includes a note sheet for women to write down information discussed during their visit.

Pregnancy Registry
2016 | Website | Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
To understand more about Zika virus infection, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention established the U.S. Zika Pregnancy Registry and is collaborating with state, tribal, local and territorial health departments to collect information about pregnancy and infant outcomes following laboratory evidence of Zika virus infection during pregnancy. The data collected through this registry will be used to update recommendations for clinical care, to plan for services for pregnant women and families affected by Zika virus and to improve prevention of Zika virus infection during pregnancy.

  

Promoting Stress Management for Pregnancy Women during the Zika Virus Disease Outbreak

2016 I Website I Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Pregnancy can already be a stressful time for women and their partners.  In addition to common concerns about becoming a parent, many expectant mothers worry about the health of their pregnancy and the health of their baby.  The emergence of Zika virus can be an additional unsettling consideration for those who are pregnant or trying to get pregnant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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