I am looking for an answer. How do I find it?

  • The FluWiki offers a number of ways to quickly find what you are looking for, including the Site Index, the Site Map and an Orientation page with further details on the FluWiki’s organization
  • The Multimedia page offers links to audio and video presentations and interviews including this interview with Dr. Osterholm of CIDRAP on WNYC and this movie by the European Scientific Working Group on Influenza
  • Avian Flu FAQs Frequently asked questions about avian flu
  • The 1918 Pandemic background information on a previous disastrous pandemic flu outbreak
  • CDC Avian Flu Page includes a key facts section, outbreak information and travel advice
  • Timeline a chronology pertaining to pandemic flu
  • Links and Other Resources an extensive list of links to other sources of information
  • A search box is located at the upper left of every wiki page
  • Printing tips are here

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There are several ways to search out information on Flu Wiki. The search box in the upper left corner of every page is a great way to find things. There is an Index of names and topics mentioned on the FluWiki. The front page lists several topics of interest click your way there. The Site Map is configured like a table of contents.

You can choose from an extensive list of FAQs, or explore the Links and Other Resources page. You can also post your question in the Discussion Forum if it doesn’t appear that Flu Wiki lists the answer you’re looking for. The editors and many Flu Wiki readers peruse the Forum on a regular basis.

Another way to find things on Flu Wiki is to use a search engine. For example, you can google site:www.fluwikie.com AND the search word or term of your choice.


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