DomPrep Journal

 

Response & Recovery

Featured in this issue: Amateur Radio and the Healthcare Field, By Michael Corey; Mass-Fatality Surge & Family Assistance, By Thomas P. Russo; Taxis for the Sick, By Joseph Cahill; Finding Beds in the Middle of a Disaster, By Beth McAteer; Healthcare Reform: Effects on Hospital Preparedness, By Theodore (Ted) Tully; Beyond Vaccines: Defeating Future Flu Viruses, By David Gibson; If & When Needed: The Building of Pandemic Barriers, By Patrick Rose & Katherine Duncan; A New Standard of Care for Crisis Incidents, By Raphael M. Barishansky; A Healthcare Coalition's Support for Evacuating a Facility, By Craig DeAtley; Integrated Capstone Event Expands Training for Responders, By Shannon Arledge; and The 2012 PHP Summit: Sustaining Preparedness, By Jack Herrmann

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Protecting the Food Supply

Featured in this issue: Hi-Tech Food Banks & the Safety of Food Supply Chains, By Scott McCallum; Protecting the U.S. Agriculture and Food Sector, By R. Douglas Meckes; Aligning Priorities with Healthcare Coalitions, By Andrew R. Roszak; Food Fight - Bioterrorism & Emergency Response Capabilities, By Joseph Cahill; Foodborne Outbreaks in Minnesota: Training and Performance, By Kimberley Wetherille & Evan Henke; Buying/Building New State & Local Preparedness Capabilities, By Dennis R. Schrader & John F. Morton; "The Bomber Will Always Get Through" - 80 Years Later, A Prophecy, By Loren B. Thompson; Protecting First Responders from Biological Agents, By Christina Spoons; An Exercise in Utility: The Role of Public Health, By Raphael M. Barishansky & Audrey Mazurek; Dual-Use Disasters: Lessons for Preparedness Professionals, By Earl Stoddard; and Charting New Waters in Biosecurity, By Catherine Feinman

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CBRNE 2012

Featured in this issue: CBRN FUNDING: Going Backwards Is Not Smart, By Stephen Reeves; Protecting Subway Riders from a Chemical Attack, By Joselito S. Ignacio; Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI), By W. Ross Ashley; Hospital Preparedness for "Chemical/Detergent" Suicides, By Craig DeAtley; The Detection Triage - A Systematic Approach to Identification, By Glen D. Rudner; Libya's Missing Chemical Caches: The Weapons of Armageddon?, By Richard Schoeberl; Advances in Medical Countermeasures for Chemical Terrorism, By Bruce Clements; A Helping Hand from CBRN Response Force, By Jamie Stowe; New HazMat Challenges for Modern EMS Units, By Joseph Cahill; Equipment Standardization - A New-Old Approach, By Jordan Nelms; HELP: A New Approach to Volunteer Management, By Tony Lamberth; Narrowing the Search for the Best Detection Devices, By Thomas Norstrand; and Needed: "Off-the-Shelf" Solutions for CBRN, By James Wilcox

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DRUGS

Featured in this issue: The Most Dangerous Existential Threat: Illegal Drugs, By H Steven Blum; Drug Traffickers, Insurgents & Safe Havens - Lessons Learned from Plan Colombia, By Mark Coomer; Addiction in Emergency Services: Coworkers Help, Denial Hurts, By Victor Welzant; The "Big Business" of Drug Smuggling, By Michael S. Brewer & Lawrence O'Connell; NIMS/ICS and Drug-Enforcement Operations - Yes and No, By Stephen Grainer; IT and the New Fight Against Drug Trafficking & Gangs, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Narcan: The Spray That Saves, By Joseph Cahill; Emergency Responses to CDLs: The Hidden Dangers, By Christina Spoons; PTSD: The Front Lines of a New Conflict, By Kate Rosenblatt; Lessons Learned: The Mass Shootings in Tucson, By Sophia Paros; and Forensic Incident Responses & Security Preparedness, By Dawn R. Blanche

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SHARING

Featured in this issue: Disinformation: The Real Cyber Security Challenge?, By W. Ross Ashley III; RR/SAP: The Process of Building Resiliency, By Jerry Brashear; The Role of Social Media Before, During, and After a Disaster, By Christina Spoons; IT Preparedness: At Long Last, a Major DHS Priority, By Jordan Nelms; The Social Media: A Seismic Opportunity, By Jordan Scott; Funding Realities & Emergency Preparedness: A Grim Outlook, By Raphael Barishansky; Emergency Responder 24/7 Information Tool Available Online, By Cortney Streets; Scrubbing Source Data at the Local Level, By Michael Jacoby; "Scrubbing Source Data": The EPA Response, By EPA Office of Information; "Route PM": Building a Better Evacuation Plan, By Geoff Brown; Operation Tomodachi: The U.S./DoD Response to Fukushima, By Jamie Stowe; The InfraGard Alliance: Personal Relations & Information Sharing, By Sheri Donahue; and Surviving the End of the World, By Joseph Cahill

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FORECAST 2012

Featured in this issue: An Interview with The Honorable Tom Ridge, By Aaron Sean Poynton; Incident Management Doctrine: Who Is In Charge?, By Marko Bourne & Mary Anne McKown; Biosurveillance: Detecting the Next "Silent" Attack, By Lou Banks; Defining Emergency Management in the 21st Century, By Anthony S. Mangeri; The Future of EMS: Upward & Outward, By Joseph Cahill; Today and Tomorrow: Approaching the Mythical Tricorder, By Christopher Wrenn; Emergency Management - Measurements of Success, By Mitch Saruwatari; Social Media - The Path Ahead, By Mary Lilley; and The 2012 Public Health Preparedness Summit: Regroup, Refocus, Refresh, By Jack Herrmann

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TRACKING, The Emerging Technology

Featured in this issue: Emerging Technology Enables Mass Patient Evacuations, By Bruce Clements; Reasonable Search - Or Another "Big Brother" Situation?, By Richard Schoeberl; Tracking and Locating Fire and Emergency Personnel, By Christina Spoons; Joplin & Irene Force Changes in Hospital Evac Plans, By Theodore (Ted) Tully; Mapping: An Increasingly Valuable Emergency Management Tool, By Kay C. Goss; Identifying Biological Hazards as They Happen, By Joseph Cahill; The Impact of Tracking on Response Efforts, By Omar Alkhalaf; and Oklahoma, California, Virginia, and Florida, By Adam McLaughlin

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Medical Countermeasures

Featured in this issue: The Public Health Ethics of Contagion, By Bruce Clements; HICS National Summit: Building on the Past, Preparing for the Future, By Craig DeAtley; MCM Dispensing: The Public Health Point of View, By Raphael Barishansky & Audrey Mazurek; Tennessee Hospitals Use HERT to Enhance Preparedness, By Shannon Arledge; Afterglow - Countering the Deadly Effects of Radiation, By Joseph Cahill; Sacramento P.D. Incorporates Training with Private-Sector Businesses, By Adam McLaughlin; Radiological and Psychological Medical Countermeasures, By Sophia Paros; CDP's School Bus Enhances Mass Triage Scenario, By Shannon Arledge; Michigan Plans Cyber-Defense Squads, New Command Center, By Adam McLaughlin; Public Health Lessons from Hurricane Irene & Tropical Storm Lee, By Beth McAteer; and Georgia & California, By Adam McLaughlin

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Resilience - A Look Back...A Step Forward

Featured in this issue: Attaining Resilience: Getting from Here to There, By Robert McCreight; Resurrection & Remembrance: The World Trade Center, By Joseph Cahill; Countering a Multimodal Martyrdom Operation, By Joseph Trindal; Building Resilience: Emergency Management Standards, Technology, and Training, By Kay C. Goss, CEM; Anthrax Prevention - Risks vs. Benefits, By Thomas K. Zink; The Next Pandemic: Understanding the Public Health Role, By Raphael Barishansky & Audrey Mazurek; Emergency Preparedness: The ABGs of Radiation, By Jeffrey Williams; Improving Situational Awareness During a Nuclear/Chemical Attack, By Omar Alkhalaf; ECBC - Protecting Those Who Protect Others, By Catherine Feinman; and Connecticut, Louisiana, New York, and Colorado, By Adam McLaughlin

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What If...Training for the Worst-Case Scenario

Featured in this issue: Answering the "What Ifs" With Real-Life Training, By Richard Schoeberl; Training, Exercises, and the ICS: A Natural Fit, By Stephen Grainer; The New CDC "Zombies" of Emergency Preparedness, By Joseph Cahill; All-Hazards Response Training Updated & Expanded, By Shannon Arledge; Corporate Support for a Healthcare Facility in Crisis, By Craig DeAtley; The Growing Complexities of Port-Rescue Operations, By Corey Ranslem; UK Approaches in Disaster Medical Education, By Robert Stellman & James Matheson; Studying Hazardous Material Protective Gear in Action, By Terrence K. Cloonan; Training for Multi-Agency Response Efforts, By JL Smither; and Michigan, New York, North Carolina & Wisconsin, By Adam McLaughlin

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