Public Health Emergency Preparedness
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Chapter 2, Appendix A. References and Bibliography
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American College of Emergency Physicians. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Task Force. April 23, 2001. Developing Objectives, Content, and Competencies for the Training of Emergency Medical Technicians, Emergency Physicians, and Emergency Nurses to Care for Casualties Resulting From Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical (NBC) Incidents: Final Report. http://www.acep.org/NR/rdonlyres/7F6821C5-7186-4AAA-9BB5-4D19472D7C62/0/NBCreport2.pdf.
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Emergency Care Research Institute. March 2002. ECRI Advisory: Selecting Personal Protective Equipment for Chemical and Bioterrorism Preparedness: Risks and Costs. Plymouth Meeting, PA: ECRI. http://www.hospitalconnect.com/aha/key_issues/disaster_readiness/resources/content/EcriAdvChemBioMar02.pdf.
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Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. 2003. Emergency Management Standards—EC.1.4 and EC.2.9.1. JCAHO. http://www.jcrinc.com/subscribers/perspectives.asp?durki=2914&site=10&return=2897.
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Lake, W.A.; Fedele P.D.; and Marshall, S.M. January 2000. Guidelines for Mass Casualty Decontamination During a Terrorist Chemical Agent Incident. U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command. http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/army/sbccom_decon.pdf.
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Stopford B. 2001. Responding to the threat of bioterrorism: Practical resources and references, and the importance of preparation. Journal of Emergency Nursing 27(5): 471-475.
U.S. General Accounting Office. April 2003. Bioterrorism: Preparedness Varied Across State and Local Jurisdictions. GAO-03-373. Washington, DC: GAO.
U.S. General Accounting Office. August 2003. Hospital Preparedness: Most Urban Hospitals Have Emergency Plans but Lack Certain Capacities for Bioterrorism Response. GAO-03-924. Washington, DC: GAO.
U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense. 2000. Field Management of Chemical Casualties Handbook. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: USAMRICD Chemical Casualty Care Division.
U.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command. January 2002. Guidelines for Cold Weather Mass Decontamination During a Terrorist Chemical Agent Incident. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: SBCCOM.
U.S. Department of Justice. National Institute of Justice. November 2002a. Guide for the Selection of Personal Protective Equipment for Emergency First Responders. Vol. I. NIJ Guide 102-00. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, NIJ.
U.S. Department of Justice. National Institute of Justice. November 2002b. Guide for the Selection of Personal Protective Equipment for Emergency First Responders. Vol. IIb: Percutaneous Protection—Garments; Vol. IIc: Percutaneous Protection—Apparel. NIJ Guide 102-00. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, NIJ.
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