Public Health and Medical Preparedness for a Nuclear Detonation The Nuclear Incident Medical Enterprise
Coleman, C.N., Sullivan, J.M., Bader, J.L., et al. (2015). Public Health and Medical Preparedness for a Nuclear Detonation: The Nuclear Incident Medical Enterprise. Health Physics. 108:149-160.
The authors summarize Nuclear Incident Medical Enterprise (NIME), the approach developed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services by both government and non-government experts. NIME can be used by emergency healthcare planners to support planning for, responding to, and recovering from the effects of a nuclear incident.
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