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Physician Preparedness for Acts of Water Terrorism

Description:

Practicing healthcare providers are likely to be the first to observe unusual illness patterns resulting from intentional contamination of water and must understand their critical role as “front-line responders” in detecting water-related disease resulting from biological, chemical or radiological terrorism.

The primary purpose of Physician Preparedness for Acts of Water Terrorism: An On-Line Readiness Guide is to provide healthcare practitioners with streamlined access to resources that will help guide them through the recognition, management, and prevention of water-related disease resulting from intentional acts of water terrorism.

Physician On-Line Readiness Guide for Acts of Water Terrorism
Table of Contents:

  • Section 1: Purpose of Physician Readiness Guide for Acts of Water Terrorism
  • Section 2: Understanding the Threat of Water Terrorism
  • Section 3: Chemical, Biological and Radiologic (CBR) Agent Dispersal and Multiple Exposure Pathways
  • Section 4: Detection and Diagnosis of Waterborne Terrorism
  • Section 5: Evaluation and Management of Disease Resulting from CBR Agents
    • Section 5.1: Clinical approach and medical management of BIOLOGICAL AGENTS
    • Section 5.2: Clinical approach and medical management of BIOLOGICAL TOXINS
    • Section 5.3: Clinical approach and medical management of CHEMICAL AGENTS
    • Section 5.4: Clinical approach and medical management of RADIOLOGIC AGENTS
  • Section 6: Clinician Role in Risk Communication and Community Readiness
  • Section 7: Clinician On-Line Resources Guide and Targeted Search Engine Tools
  • Section 8: Glossary of Disaster Preparedness Terms

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Toolkit:

EQUIPh Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards

Jurisdiction:

Institutional Author:

www.WaterHealthConnection.org (individual author: Patricia L. Meinhardt, MD, MPH, MA)

Submitted:

02/08/2005

Modified:

02/10/2005

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