Strategies for Medical Response to Mass Chemical Exposure
Khan, F. (2011). Strategies for Medical Response to Mass Chemical Exposure.
This presentation is based loosely on the 2007 article “Bringing Order Out of Chaos: Effective Strategies for Medical Response to Mass Chemical Exposure.” The speaker lists three primary elements of an effective response strategy: quickly recognizing a hazard exists; “closing the silent gap” (creating a community-related assessment to try to predict the most likely chemicals, using a tiered response strategy, and establishing a communications network); and prioritizing care and allocating resources to maximize effect.
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