The Current State of Bioterrorist Attack Surveillance and Preparedness in the US
Grundmann, O. (2014). The Current State of Bioterrorist Attack Surveillance and Preparedness in the US. Risk Management and Healthcare Policy.7:177–187.
The author shares the history and lessons learned from bioterrorism-related events between 1990 and 2010. The article highlights the importance of using critical risk management approaches such as surveillance, monitoring, and risk assessments to enhance preparedness and response capabilities during future bioterrorism events
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