Consequence Management: Public Health Leaders
The Bioterrorism Training and Emergency Preparedness Curriculum was developed to educate students and the public on information regarding bioterrorism preparedness and emergency response.
The initial and primary response to the consequences of a terrorist event occurs at the local
level. Federal assistance to supplement state and local efforts in response to a public health
emergency will be covered. The decisions of when to implement a quarantine will be
addressed. Individual, community, and event-specific factors influence the psychological
response to a public health emergency. A review of emotional reactions of disaster
survivors will be covered.
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