Terrorism in Hawaii: Applying the Knowledge

Description:

The course “Terrorism in Hawaii: Applying the Knowledge” is a modified version of a Problem-Based Learning or PBL case previously completed by multidisciplinary groups of health care students and professionals. PBL is a process of self-directed learning through identification and research of issues relevant to particular disciplines. This particular case explores the questions and consequences evoked by a terrorist incident in Hawaii.


Author(s)
Developer
Name: Kanako Sturgis, MPH
Title: Program Specialist
Organization: Institute for Public Health, Graduate School of Public Health, San Diego State University
Contact
Name: Seiji Yamada, MD, MPH
Phone: 808-956-0895
Address: 1960 East-West Rd., Biomedical Sciences A108, Honolulu, HI 96822-2223

Meta Information
Languages: English
Keywords: terrorism, Anthrax, Inhalational Anthrax, Bacillus anthracis
Target Capabiltities: Prevent: CBRNE Detection, Prevent: Information Gathering and Recognition of Indicators & Warnings, Respond: Public Safety and Security Response, Common: Risk Management
Universal Task Listing: Prevent, Respond
Cognative Domain: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application
Copyright Restrictions: Creative Commons - Attribution
Is Product...: Downloadable, Reusable, Accessible, Interoptable
Learning Management System Compatability: None
Added: Fri Oct 26 15:57:52 -0400 2007
Last Updated: Wed Jul 15 18:50:39 -0400 2009