Prospective Emergency Legal Preparedness Meeting
National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health (Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences). (2017). Prospective Emergency Legal Preparedness Meeting.
This two-hour, 39-minute video presents a panel discussion at Georgetown Law School by public health preparedness leaders, officials, and experts, who discuss issues that are important to disaster and preparedness law. They examine critical challenges in emergency legal preparedness and policy, including federal social distancing powers, emergency use authorizations, strategic national stockpile (SNS) distributions, emergency vaccine development and access, and federal-state implications for the next emerging threat. (Note that the program starts at around minute 22.)