Mass Casualty Information for Health Professionals
- Blast Injury Fact Sheets
- After a Bombing
- Brain Injuries and Mass Casualty Events
- Coping With a Traumatic Event for Health Professionals
- Injuries and Mass Casualty Events for Health Professionals
- Emergency Wound Management
- Medical Record Abstraction Form for Domestic Bombing Events
This one-page form allows public health personnel to quickly extract basic medical information from hospital & emergency medical services’ records to advise officials on the immediate impact of the event and the potential need for special resources.
- Bombings: Injury Patterns and Care
A new course designed to provide the latest clinical information regarding blast-related injuries
- Explosions and Blast Injuries: A Primer for Clinicians
- In a Moment’s Notice: Surge Capacity in Terrorist Bombings
CDC report to address system-wide and discipline-specific surge capacity issues for mass casualty
- Mass Trauma Casualty Predictor
- Predicting Casualty Severity and Hospital Capacity
- Mental Health Survey Instrument
- Bombings: Injury Patterns and Care (Training)
A new course designed to provide the latest clinical information regarding blast-related injuries from terrorism.
- Video Webcast With Slide Presentations: "Surviving Field Stress for First Responders"
Deals with the physical, emotional, & mental stressors first responders face when called to a technological disaster & will give practical coping strategies & resources for dealing with stress.
- Terrorism Injuries Information, Dissemination and Exchange (TIIDE)
Established in response to the urgent, ongoing need to develop, disseminate and exchange information about injuries from terrorism.
- Model Communities Initiative
Seven communities from across the nation were selected as best practice models for emergency EMS and public health interoperation.
- Possible Research Studies
Research studies can provide important information for allocating resources & preventing injuries.
- Glasgow Coma Scale
- Medlineplus Health Information Website-- Disasters and Emergency Preparedness
- Preparing for the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism: A Public Health Strategy
- State & Local Health Departments
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Website
- Additional Resources
- Page last reviewed: February 1, 2013
- Page last updated: July 16, 2012
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