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Table 1. Participating Subject Matter Experts

Subject Matter Expert Agency
David Pote, RS, REM San Luis Valley, CO
Stephen P. Teret, JD, MPH The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
Jane Shunney, RN Clark County Health District, NV
Alicia Cronquist, RN, MPH Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Diane J. Skiba, PhD, FAAN, FACMI University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Tracy Volkman, REHS Denver Public Health
Robin Fudge Finegan, MA, MNM Finegan Flannigan and Associates
Rocco Casagrande, PhD Gryphon Scientific, LLC
Les Mortensen LVM Systems
Thomas Glimp, MD, FAAEM Medcor, Inc.
Rick Jones, ENP National Emergency Number Association
Edward P Krenzelok, PharmD, FAACT, DABAT Pittsburgh Poison Center, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Donald M. Vickery, MD Demand Management Consultant

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