Consequence Management: Other Public Health Staff


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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Name: Veronica Acosta-Deprez
Phone: 562-985-7698

Department of Health Science

California State University Long Beach

1250 Bellflower Blvd.

Long Beach, CA 90840

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Type of Product: Presentation or Lecture, Quiz
Languages: English
Primary Audience: Health professions student
Target Capabiltities: Common: Communications, Protect: Epidemiologic Surveillance and Investigation
Universal Task Listing: Prevent, Protect, Respond
Cognative Domain: Knowledge, Comprehension, Application
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Added: Fri Mar 02 19:52:12 -0500 2007
Last Updated: Fri Jun 08 01:41:48 -0400 2007