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American College of Emergency Physicians--Mass Casualty/Bioterrorism
American College of Physicians: Bioterrorism Resources
APIC Education
A list of courses and training from the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology.
Be Ready
Information on preparedness for the general public from the US Dept of Homeland Security
Bioterrorism and Health System Preparedness
(Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ))
A series of free Web-assisted conference calls on bioterrorism and health system preparedness.
Biosecurity and Bioterrorism
Selected issues and articles available for free.
Disaster Preparedness
(American Academy of Family Physicians)
From the American Academy of Family Physicians. Provides links to significant sites related to bioterrorism and other threats
Bioterrorism Resources (APIC)
From the Associatiion for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. Includes practice guidelines and information about a wide range of bioterrorism agents and other aspects of bioterrorism.
Bioterrorism: Frequently Asked Questions
From the American Medical Association
MUSC only
eMedicine: Disaster Resources
Provides access to a large number of chapters on chemical, biologic and other toxic agents; disaster management and trauma; and grief and bereavement. Login and select Disaster Resources from left side of the screen. Another option is to search for a specific disease or agent in the search box. Selected chapters available as a PDA download.
Health Care Services: Bioterrorism Preparedness
IDSA Bioterrorism Information & Resources
From the Infectious Disease Society of America and the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota. Includes a medical summary, a clinical pathway and web resources for a variety of infectious agents.
Mass Casualty/Bioterrorism Links
Significant links from the American College of Emergency Physicians
National Disaster Medical System (NDMS)
A cooperative asset-sharing program among Federal government agencies, state and local governments, and the private businesses and civilian volunteers that augments the Nation's emergency medical response capability.
Preparedness for Deliberate Epidemics (WHO)
From the World Health Organzation (WHO).
Resources on Bioterrorism and Unconventional Civilian Disasters
From the American College of Surgeons