Liability Risks and Protections for Volunteer Health Practitioners in Emergencies

Hodge, J., and Arias, J. (2010). Liability Risks and Protections for Volunteer Health Practitioners in Emergencies. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Network for Public Health Law.
This slide-based presentation with bulleted text and helpful graphics describes different types of emergency declarations, notes differences between states, provides examples of liability issues during disasters, and discusses the federal- and state-level availability of liability and workers' compensation coverage for volunteers.
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