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Incorporating Mental Health into Bioterrorism Response Planning

Compton, M., Kotwicki, R., Kaslow, N., et al. (2005). Incorporating Mental Health into Bioterrorism Response Planning. Public Health Reports. 120(Suppl 1): 16-19.

The authors discuss the special issues related to bioterrorism response planning, including "negative emotional/psychological reactions." They lists steps for protecting and promoting mental health in the community and include an action model for a mental health response to a bioterrorism event.
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