Development of a Disaster Preparedness Curriculum for Medical Students A Pilot Study of Incorporating Local Events into Training Opportunities

Pollard, K., Bachmann, D., Greer, M., et al. (2015). Development of a Disaster Preparedness Curriculum for Medical Students: A Pilot Study of Incorporating Local Events into Training Opportunities. (Abstract only.) American Journal of Disaster Medicine. 10(1):51-9.
The authors describe their experience with a pilot study that leveraged medical students’ participation in a local disaster exercise and mass gathering event to enhance the emergency preparedness training that were provided through lectures, simulations, and asynchronous learning materials.
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