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Active shooter and intentional mass-casualty events: the Hartford Consensus II.

@article{Jacobs2013ActiveSA,
  title={Active shooter and intentional mass-casualty events: the Hartford Consensus II.},
  author={L. Jacobs and M. Rotondo and N. Mcswain and David S Wade and William P Fabbri and A. Eastman and F. Butler and John Sinclair and Karyl J. Burns and K. Brinsfield and R. Carmona and R. Serino and A. Conn and R. Kamin},
  journal={Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons},
  year={2013},
  volume={98 9},
  pages={
          18-22
        }
}
Survivability From Mass-Casualty Shooting Events issued the following call to action on July 11, 2013. It is the second report from the committee, which the American College of Surgeons (ACS) played a leadership role in forming. The committee has representation from the ACS Board of Regents, the ACS Committee on Trauma, the PreHospital Trauma Life Support program, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Major Cities Chiefs Association, the emergency medical services (EMS) section of… Expand
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