bioterrorism preparedness

bioterrorism preparedness

a nursing intervention from the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) defined as preparing for an effective response to bioterrorism events or disaster. See also Nursing Interventions Classification.
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Lynn also served on the faculty at UVM and also worked for the Vermont Department of Health where she was the Diabetes Program Coordinator and later the Bioterrorism Preparedness & Health Alert Network Coordinator and Interim Strategic National Stockpile Coordinator.
A sampling of specific topics: fire prevention and protection in civil buildings, carbon dioxide storage risk assessment, an assessment of Lithuanian power supply, a model for bioterrorism preparedness, construction safety management accidents, modeling highway safety, and earthquake damage detection.
There are some developments to watch for this fall, said the experts, A congressional commission on weapons of mass destruction will report in early November on bioterrorism preparedness.
Editorial Note: Laboratory-proficiency testing is an accepted assessment tool, not unique to bioterrorism preparedness, designed to measure performance and improve the diagnostic and biosafety expertise of participating laboratories.
Seen by his peers as a public health visionary in the area of bioterrorism preparedness, Laker has been the driving force behind the development of the Illinois Public Health Mutual Aid System.
This paper discusses the changing knowledge needs of public health organizations as they deal with the uncertainties unleashed by the challenge of bioterrorism preparedness.
Bioterrorism Preparedness Training, Course I: Facing Bioterrorism Credits: 1.
We believe some of the problem results from weak central (federal) direction, as has been a criticism of national bioterrorism preparedness (8).
Los Angeles County's bioterrorism preparedness program has made considerable progress since 2001, but bureaucratic and political obstacles and wasteful spending remain, a national panel of experts said in a report released Monday.
Top government and public health officials have reported that the United States' investment of $20 billion in bioterrorism preparedness since 2001 has left the US dolefully unprepared to respond to a bioterrorism attack.
The group calls for full funding of public health and bioterrorism preparedness legislation and for congressional passage of the $7.