Terrorism, Preparedness, and Public Health: An Introduction–
Describe the public health role in emergency response to a range of emergencies.
Recognize unusual events that might indicate an emergency.
Describe appropriate reactions to biological, chemical, and radiological events.
Describe how the science of epidemiology is used in outbreak investigations.
Defend the use of a predefined organizational structure (e.g., the Incident Command System) to assist in managing emergency events.
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