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Chemical Terrorism - Reference Cards

Audience:All Public Health and Emergency Responder Personnel
Content: Over 90 pages on 45+ cards with information on how to recognize, treat and decontaminate victims of chemical attacks. Includes al types of chemical agents and current treatments. Current as of March 2005

 

Bioterrorism Preparedness for Nurses

Audience: Nurses of all education levels (LPN's to PhD's), and in all practice settings and specialties.
Content: Lecture on bioterrorism preparedness that is specific to the profession of nursing and the role nurses will play in recognizing and responding to such an attack. This program includes interactive training modules that teach bioterrorism response through the use of a smallpox scenario, and a reference and resource section where nurses may obtain additional training and reference materials on bioterrorism preparedness.

Current as of January 2005.

 

Bioterrorism Epidemiology

Audience: Public Health Professionals
Content: Audio lectures and transcripts that discuss the background of bioterrorism and infectious diseases, basic epidemiology and advanced epidemiologic concepts. In addition, there are lectures on the primary bioterrorist pathogens that are considered to be the most likely agents to be used by terrorists. There are also fact sheets for chemical, biological and nuclear agents and links to useful Internet web sites. Current as of April 2004.

   

Biological Terrorism - Primary Care Preparedness

Audience:Primary Care Physicians
Content: Lectures and reference documents broken down by agent. Each section includes the history, epidemiology, microbiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment, post-exposure prophylaxis, vaccination, and infection control recommendations for Category A Agents. Additional resources, such as, CDC documents are included. Current as of November 2003.

   

Chemical Terrorism - Primary Care Preparedness

Audience:Primary Care Physicians
Content: Fifteen lectures and reference documents on the FBI " Top Ten List" of chemical terrorism threats, as well as several classical chemical warfare agents. This program includes an overview lecture and individual agent lectures on toxicity, protective equipment, detection, decontamination, signs and symptoms, treatment, long-term medical and environmental sequelae. Current as of November 2003.

   

Radiological Terrorism - Primary Care Preparedness

Audience:Primary Care Physicians
Content: Four lectures, reference documents, and additional resources by event. Current as of November 2003.

   

Role of the Infection Control Professional

Audience:Infection Control Professionals
Content: Provides a detailed lecture on the emergency management model, preparedness in workforce training and planning, response, and lessons learned. Current as of May 2003.

   

Smallpox: Clinical Description & Recommendations for a Vaccination Program

Audience: Public Health and Health Care Workers
Content: Provides a detailed overview of smallpox disease, smallpox vaccination, side effects from vaccination, and how to set up and manage a mass vaccination clinic. Current as of February 2003.

   

Bioterrorism: A Clinical Review for Physicians

Audience: Physicians
Content: History, signs and symptoms, diagnosis, isolation, treatment, prophylaxis, and vaccination. Current as of July 2002.

   

Clinical Description and Epidemiology of Bioterrorism Agents: Anthrax, Smallpox, and Plague
Audience: Nurses & Infection Control Professionals
Content: Bioterrorism preparedness and the epidemiology of threee of CDC's Category A agents: anthrax, smallpox, and plague. Current as of April 2002.

   

Public Health Preparedness Toolkit: Key Resources for Public Health Departments
These references can be found in Key References on our site.
Audience: Public Health Professional
Content: Collection of resources to assist a public health department in bioterrorism preparedness. Current as of April 2002.
   

Bioterrorism Toolkit II: Key Resources for Infection Control Professional and Health Care Workers
These references can be found in Key References on our site.
Audience: Infection Control Professionals
Content: Collection of additional resources and updates to assist a healthcare facility in bioterrorism preparedness. Current as of April 2002.
   

Bioterrorism Toolkit: Key Resources for Infection Control Professionals and Health Care Workers
Audience: Infection Control Professionals
Content: Collection of resources to assist a healthcare facility in bioterrorism preparedness.
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  Reference Cards
 
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Bioterrorism Reference Cards
Audience: Healthcare and Public Health Professionals
Content: Pocket-sized reference cards containing medical information including decontamination, isolation, treatment, prophylaxis, and vaccination recommendations. Current as of March 2002.

 
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   Inhalational Anthrax
 
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   Mass Casualty Disaster Plan Checklist
   
   Reporting a Biological Incident
   
   Reporting a Biological Incident in Missouri
   
   Isolation Guidelines
   
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   Submitting Lab Specimens in Missouri
   

 

 

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