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November 2005 - Volume 11 - Supplement 6
pp: S1-S149


Preparedness of Hospitals to Respond to a Radiological Terrorism Event as Assessed by a Full-Scale Exercise

Jasper, Edward; Miller, Mark; Sweeney, Brian; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S11-S16, November 2005.

Quantitative Evaluation of “Can It Happen in Kansas: Response to Terrorism and Emerging Infections”

Ablah, Elizabeth; Molgaard, Craig A.; Fredrickson, Doren D.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S17-S24, November 2005.

The Northwest's Hot Topics in Preparedness Forum: A Novel Distance-Learning Collaborative

Shield, Margaret; Wiesner, Paul; Curran, Connie; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S25-S32, November 2005.

Applying Risk Perception Theory to Public Health Workforce Preparedness Training

Barnett, Daniel J.; Balicer, Ran D.; Blodgett, David W.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S33-S37, November 2005.

Assessing Bioterrorism and Disaster Preparedness Training Needs for School Nurses

Mosca, Nancy W.; Sweeney, Patricia M.; Hazy, John M.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S38-S44, November 2005.

Coastal Terrorism: Using Tabletop Discussions to Enhance Coastal Community Infrastructure Through Relationship Building

Richter, Jane; Livet, Melanie; Stewart, Jill; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S45-S49, November 2005.

Connecting Silos: The Legal Bases for Public Health Emergency Response in Pennsylvania

Potter, Margaret A.; Sweeney, Patricia; Thomas, Clarke; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S50-S56, November 2005.

Disaster Mental Health Training in Florida and the Response to the 2004 Hurricanes

Reid, W. Michael; Ruzycki, Sandra; Haney, Michael L.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S57-S62, November 2005.

Emergency Preparedness Volunteer Training Program

Matthews, Amanda K.; Sprague, Kristin; Girling, Eileen; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S63-S67, November 2005.

Public Health Department Training of Emergency Medical Technicians for Bioterrorism and Public Health Emergencies: Results of a National Assessment

Markenson, David; Reilly, Michael J.; DiMaggio, Charles

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S68-S74, November 2005.

Simulating Public Health Response to a Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Event: A Comprehensive and Systematic Approach to Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Tabletop Exercise

Sarpy, Sue Ann; Warren, Christopher R.; Kaplan, Seth; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S75-S82, November 2005.

The Texas Training Initiative for Emergency Response (T-TIER): An Effective Learning Strategy to Prepare the Broader Audience of Health Professionals

Quiram, Barbara J.; Carpender, Kay; Pennel, Cara

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S83-S89, November 2005.

User Patterns and Satisfaction With On-line Trainings Completed on the North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness Training Web Site

Horney, Jennifer A.; MacDonald, Pia; Rothney, Erin E.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S90-S94, November 2005.

Using Problem-Based Learning as a Strategy for Cross-Discipline Emergency Preparedness Training

Streichert, Laura C.; O'Carroll, Patrick W.; Gordon, Philip R.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S95-S99, November 2005.

Responsive Evaluation of Competency-based Public Health Preparedness Training Programs

Reischl, Thomas M.; Buss, Amy N.

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S100-S105, November 2005.

Matching Documented Training Needs With Practical Capacity: Lessons Learned From Project Public Health Ready

Uden-Holman, Tanya; Walkner, Laurie; Huse, Dan; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S106-S112, November 2005.

Assessment of Public Health Workforce Bioterrorism and Emergency Preparedness Readiness Among Tribes in Washington State: A Collaborative Approach Among the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, and the Washington State Department of Health

Pearson, Dave; Thompson, Jack; Finkbonner, Joe; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S113-S118, November 2005.


A Pilot Hybrid Internet/Classroom-based Communicable Disease Continuing Education Course for Public Health Nurses in North Carolina: Lessons Learned

Alexander, Lorraine K.; Dail, Kathy; Davis, Mary V.; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S119-S122, November 2005.

Train-the-trainer as an Educational Model in Public Health Preparedness

Orfaly, Rebecca A.; Frances, Joshua C.; Campbell, Paul; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S123-S127, November 2005.

Development of a Training Curriculum for Public Health Preparedness

Rottman, Steven J.; Shoaf, Kimberley I.; Dorian, Alina

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S128-S131, November 2005.

Development of an On-line Bioterrorism Preparedness Course

Westphal, Robert G.; Jewell, Susan; Skawinski, Edward

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S132-S134, November 2005.

Identification and Evaluation of Mental Health and Psychosocial Preparedness Resources From the Centers for Public Health Preparedness

Hoffman, Yael; Everly, George S. Jr.; Werner, Danilea; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S138-S142, November 2005.

Recognizing Biothreat Diseases: Realistic Training Using Standardized Patients and Patient Simulators

Atlas, Ronald M.; Clover, Richard D.; Carrico, Ruth; More

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S143-S146, November 2005.

Competency-based Preparedness Training for Public Health Practitioners

Horney, Jennifer A.; Sollecito, William; Alexander, Lorraine K.

Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 11(6):S147-S149, November 2005.

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