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Comfort Level of Emergency Medical Service Providers in Responding to Weapons of Mass Destruction Events: Impact of Training and Equipment

Reilly, M.J., Markenson, D., and DiMaggio, C. (2007). Comfort Level of Emergency Medical Service Providers in Responding to Weapons of Mass Destruction Events: Impact of Training and Equipment. (Abstract only.) Prehospital Disaster Medicine. 22:297303.

The authors surveyed emergency medical services (EMS) providers across the U.S. and found that hands-on training was related to increased EMS provider comfort in responding to mass casualty events.
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