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(Disaster medicine and public health preparedness[TA])
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  • Primary Care Medical Practices: Are Community Health Care Providers Ready for Disasters? [Journal Article]
  • DMDisaster Med Public Health Prep 2018 Feb 22; :1-5
  • Peters RM, Hipper TJ, Chernak ED
  • CONCLUSIONS: Community-based primary care practices can be useful partners during public health emergencies. Efforts to promote continuity of operations planning, improved coordination with government and community partners, as well as preparedness for patients with special health care needs, would augment their capabilities and contribute to community resilience. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018;page 1 of 5).
  • Evaluation of a Novel Disaster Nursing Education Method. [Journal Article]
  • DMDisaster Med Public Health Prep 2018 Feb 21; :1-8
  • Levoy K, DeBastiani SD, McCabe BE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results show preliminary evidence supporting the effectiveness of disaster nursing education informed by HSEEP. This training has the potential to fill current practice gaps in disaster nursing knowledge and build confidence to use those skills in practice. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018;page 1 of 8).
  • Disaster Survivors' Anticipated Received Support in a Future Disaster. [Journal Article]
  • DMDisaster Med Public Health Prep 2018 Feb 20; :1-7
  • Lowe SR, Young MN, … Galea S
  • CONCLUSIONS: By having survivors anticipate a future disaster scenario, this study provides insight into predictors of post-disaster receipt of network and non-network support. Further research is needed to examine how these findings correspond to survivors' received support in the aftermath of future disasters. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018;page 1 of 7).
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