Emergency Public Health: Preparedness and Response
Emergency Public Health provides a unique and practical framework for disaster response planning at local, state, and national levels. This is the first book of its kind to systematically address the issues in a range of environmental public health emergencies brought on by natural calamity, terrorism, industrial accident, or infectious disease. It features historical perspectives on a public health crisis, an analysis of preparedness, and a practical, relevant case study on the emergency response. Study reference for NEHA’s REHS/RS exam.
568 pages / Paperback / Catalog #1121
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Speaker / Author:
G. Bobby Kapur
Jeffrey P. Smith