Emergency Response Public Health and Poison Control Logical Linkages for Successful Risk Communication and Improved Disaster and Mass Incident Respo

The author proposes bringing together the expertise of emergency response organizations, public health agencies, and poison control centers to institute call centers and/or triage lines to disseminate information to the public during emergencies, and answer questions and concerns to keep concerned individuals from flooding local emergency rooms. Real-world examples of successful collaborations from Canada, Great Britain, and the U.S. are included.
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