Bioterrorism Preparedness for Clinicians (EM201)


Bioterrorism Preparedness for Clinicians (EM 201)

"Bioterrorism Preparedness for Clinicians (EM 201)" is designed to prepare physicians and other clinicians for a bioterrorist event or other potential public health emergency. The course helps clinicians recognize bioterrorism agent disease syndromes, learn the precautions they should take, and understand their roles in the event of a public health emergency. EM 201 was tested with physicians prior to its launch on this site

Name: David Burich MN APRN
Title: Clinical Education / Research
Organization: Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response
Name: Mark.Schneider
Phone: 203-688-2577
Address: 1 Chruch Street, New Haven CT

Meta Information
Languages: English
Keywords: bioterrorism, Infectious Disease, Epidemiology, EM201
Target Capabiltities: Prevent: CBRNE Detection, Respond: Citizen Evacuation and Shelter In-place, Protect: Food and Agriculture Safety & Defense, Prevent: Information Sharing and Dissemination, Respond: Isolation and Quarantine, Respond: Mass Prophylaxis, Respond: Medical Surge, Common: Planning, Protect: Epidemiologic Surveillance and Investigation, Respond: Public Safety and Security Response, Common: Risk Management, Prevent: Law Enforcement Investigation and Intervention, Respond: Triage and Pre-hospital Treatment, Respond: WMD/Hazardous Materials Response and Decontamination
Universal Task Listing: Prevent, Protect, Respond, Recover
Cognative Domain: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analyst/Investigation, Synthesis or Evaluation, Unknown
Copyright Restrictions: Creative Commons - NonCommercial
Is Product...: Downloadable, Reusable, Accessible, Interoptable
Learning Management System Compatability: Other
Added: Fri Jul 28 11:16:17 -0400 2006
Last Updated: Thu Nov 13 15:22:32 -0500 2008