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Training of Clinicians for Public Health Events Relevant to Bioterrorism Preparedness: Summary
Barry Leonard (ed)
Recent terrorist attacks against the U.S. have increased awareness of the Nationís vulnerability to terrorism. One serious form of terrorism involves the use of biological weapons that could cause devastating epidemics. Preparation efforts are concentrating on smallpox, anthrax, plague, botulism, tularemia, and the viral hemorrhagic fevers. But only recently has the value of bioterrorism educ. has been recently recognized, leading to the question: How does one train clinicians for such an unusual public health crisis? This report summarizes the identification of and review data on the most effective ways to train clinicians to respond to a bioterrorist attack or other public health event posing similar challenges to the health care system.
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