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Chapter 5, Appendix A. References and Bibliography


Association of Public Health Laboratories. August 2003. State Public Health Laboratory Bioterrorism Capacity.

California National Guard. 2000. 95th Civil Support Team: Answering the Call. Unit History.

Campbell, J. 2002. Bioterrorism: What? Why? and Who? Clinical Laboratory Science 15(1):6-8.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2004. The Laboratory Response Network: Partners in Preparedness.

Florida Department of Health. June 2002. State of Florida Laboratory Bioterrorism Testing Capacity Assessment.

Mothershead, J.; Tonat, K.; and Koenig, K. 2002. Bioterrorism preparedness. III. State and federal programs and response. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America 20(2):477-500.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. February 2004. An Integrated Research Facility at Fort Detrick, Maryland: Question and Answers. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, NIAID.

Public Health Informatics Institute. 2003. Public Health Laboratories Collaborate to Develop Requirements and Design Specifications.

Trust for America's Health. June 2003. Issue Report. Public Health Laboratories: Unprepared and Overwhelmed. Washington, DC: Trust for America's Health.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. December 2002. Select agent regulations, 42 CFR 73.0, interim final rule. Federal Register 240(67).

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. April 2005. Fact Sheet on Federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institutes of Health. 1999. Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, 4th ed. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 8-53.

U.S. General Accounting Office. October 2001. Testimony Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, U.S. Senate. Combating Terrorism: Considerations for Investing Resources in Chemical and Biological Preparedness. Statement of Henry L. Hinton, Jr., Managing Director, Defense Capabilities and Management. GAO-02-162T. Washington, DC: GAO.

U.S. Northern Command. Joint Task Force Civil Support. n.d. Fact Sheet and FAQ.

U.S. Postal Service. April 28, 2004. USPS Suspends BDS Rollout.


Bean, N.H., and Martin, S.M. 2001. Implementing a network for electronic surveillance reporting from public health reference laboratories: An international perspective. Emerging Infectious Diseases 7(5):773-779.

Bryan, J.L., and Fields, H.F. 1999. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure—shoring up the public health infrastructure to respond to bioterrorist attacks. American Journal of Infection Control 27(6):465-467.

Cohen, H.W.; Gould, R.M.; and Sidel, V.W. 2000. Bioterrorism "preparedness": Dual use or poor excuse? Public Health Reports 115:403-406.

Franz, D.R., and Zajtchuk, R. 2000. Biological terrorism: Understanding the threat, preparation, and medical response. Disease-a-Month 46(2):124-190.

Fraser, M.R., and Brown, D.L. 2001. Bioterrorism preparedness and local public health agencies: Building response capacity. Public Health Reports 115:326-330.

Gallo, R.J., and Campbell, D. 2000. Bioterrorism: Challenges and opportunities for local health departments. Journal of Public Health Management Practice 6(4):57-62.

Gilchrist, M.J. 2000. A national laboratory network for bioterrorism: Evolution from a prototype network of laboratories performing routine surveillance. Military Medical Journal 165(7 Suppl 2):28-31.

Hamburg, M.A. 2000. Bioterrorism: A challenge to public health and medicine. Journal of Health Management Practice 6(4):38-44.

Heatherley, S.S. 2002. The laboratory response network for bioterrorism. Clinical Laboratory Science 15(3):177-179.

Jortani, S.A.; Snyder, J.W.; and Valdes, R. Jr. 2000. The role of the clinical laboratory in managing chemical or biological terrorism. Clinical Chemistry 46(12):1883-1893.

Klietmann, W.F., and Ruoff, K.L. 2001. Bioterrorism: Implications for the clinical microbiologist. Clinical Microbiology Reviews 14(12):364-381.

Koplan, J. 2001. CDC's strategic plan for bioterrorism preparedness and response. Public Health Reports 116(Suppl 2):9-16.

Lichtveld, M.; Hodge, J.G. Jr.; Gebbie, K.; Thompson, F.E. Jr.; and Loos, D.I. 2002. Preparedness on the frontline: What's law got to do with it? Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 30(3 suppl):184-188.

Mather, E.L.; Gurtner, C.; Miller, A; Reese, H.; and Jalali, S. November 1, 2002. Application of Electrode Arrays for the Development of a Rapid Multiplexed Detection System for Biological Warfare and Infectious Disease. San Diego, CA: Nanogen, Inc.

Meyer, R.F., and Morse, S.A. 2002. Bioterrorism preparedness for the public health and medical communities. Mayo Clinic Proceedings 77(7):619-621.

Morse, A. 2002. Bioterrorism preparedness for local health departments. Journal of Community Health Nursing 19(4):203-211.

Nunn, S. 2002. The future of public health preparedness. Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 30(3 suppl):202-209.

Pavlin, J.A.; Mostashari, F.; Kortepeter, M.G.; Hynes, N.A.; Chotani, R.A.; Mikol, Y.B.; Ryan, M.A.; Neville, J.S.; Gantz, D.T.; Writer, J.V.; et al. 2003. Innovative surveillance methods for rapid detection of disease outbreaks and bioterrorism: Results of an interagency workshop on health indicator surveillance. American Journal of Public Health 93(8):1230-1235.

Pinner, R.A.; Rebmann, C.A.; Schuchat, A.; and Hughes, J.M. 2003. Disease surveillance and the academic, clinical, and public health communities. Emerging Infectious Diseases 9(7):781-787.

Ridge, T. 2002. The critical role of hospitals involved in national bioterrorism preparedness. Journal of Healthcare Protection Management 18(2):39-48.

Rotz, L.D.; Koo, D.; O'Carroll, P.W.; Kellogg, R.B.; Sage, M.J.; and Lillibridge, S.R. 2000. Bioterrorism preparedness: Planning for the future. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 6(4):45-49.

Rubin, J. 2001. Institutional networks: Regional response to disasters. Public Health Reports 116(Suppl 2):45-48.

Salinsky, E. June 12, 2002. Will the nation be ready for the next bioterrorism attack? Mending gaps in the public health infrastructure. NHPF Issue Brief, No. 776, pp. 1-19.

Shalala, D.E. 1999. Bioterrorism: How prepared are we? Emerging Infectious Diseases 5(4):492-493.

Spencer, R.C., and Lightfoot, N.F. 2001. Preparedness and response to bioterrorism. Journal of Infection 43(2):104-110.

Szab, J. December 2001. Is your laboratory prepared for a bioterrorism attack? Medical Laboratory Observer, pp. 10-21.

Tieman, J. 2002. Hospitals create new models as they gird for bioterrorism. Modern Healthcare 32(35):8, 16.

U.S. General Accounting Office. September 2001. Bioterrorism: Federal Research and Preparedness Activities. GAO-01-915. Washington, DC: GAO.

U.S. General Accounting Office. October 2001. Chemical and Biological Defense: DOD Needs to Clarify Expectations for Medical Readiness. GAO-02-38. Washington, DC: GAO.

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