UK Resilience to a Chemical Incident
Clarke, S. A., Weir, A.G. (2020). UK Resilience to a Chemical Incident. (Abstract only.) British Medical Journal Military Health. 166(2):95–98.
This review discusses the impacts of a wide range of chemical incidents to include intentional chemical attacks, terrorism, and accidental events in the United Kingdom. It reviews their effects on infrastructure, economics, public health, and medical care to assess the efficacy of the national health system emergency preparedness and resilience framework
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