2nd edition. — Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019. — 235 p. — ISBN 9781284121476The public health community plays a vital role in identifying, responding to, containing, and recovering from emergencies. Essentials of Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Management takes an all hazards approach to public health preparedness and emergency management by providing broad perspectives on local, national, and global threats. The Second Edition adds authoritative coverage of the field of Emergency Management with the addition of a new co-author, James Banaski, Jr., a hands-on emergency management professional.The Second Edition also includes case studies on Ebola and Zika which demonstrate approaches to addressing the threat of emerging infectious diseases. Additional case studies focus on bioterrorism, environmental disasters, and the need for a coordinated approach involving the full range of first responders, public health and clinical health professionals, and a range of other emergency response professionals.Principles of Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Management Introduction to Public Health Preparedness Defining the Problem Threats from Biological, Chemical, Nuclear, and Radiological Weapons Threats from Naturally Occurring Disease and Natural Disaster Infrastructure 9/11 And Its Aftermath Legislation, Regulations, and Policy Guidance Solving Problems Biosecurity The Research Agenda Natural Disasters and Humanitarian Response Surveillance and Attribution Investigations Practical Applications and Operations The Preparedness Cycle Practical Applications of Public Health Emergency Management Developing a Public Health Emergency Operations Center Links to Exercises and Capacity Building Case Studies in Public Health Response Operations
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