Tracking and Reunification of Children in Disasters A Lesson and Reference for Health Professionals

Kimmer, S., Altman, B., Strauss-Riggs, K. (2013). Tracking and Reunification of Children in Disasters: A Lesson and Reference for Health Professionals. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (NCDMPH).
This free, online, self-paced training course uses three case studies (tornado, earthquake, and wildfires) to discuss the key tasks for tracking and reunification of children in disaster, identify designated individuals or agencies to assist in tracking and reunification, and access information on key tasks and contacts. The course length is approximately one-hour and is accredited for Continuing Education credit. There is also guidance available for those that want to use the lesson for in-person training.
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