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Risk Communication & Psycho-Social Issues in Radiation Events

University at Albany, School of Public Health. (2007). Risk Communication & Psycho-Social Issues in Radiation Events.

Participants such as bioterrorism coordinators, clinical staff and administrative personnel will learn to be better prepared to manage psychosocial reactions of communities and individuals, and to communicate effectively internally, between response partners, and with the public during radiological emergencies.
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