Civilian volunteers building public health resilience.

  • Grace Middleton
  • Published 2008 in Disaster medicine and public health preparedness

Abstract

All disasters are local. When an event is large enough, a local community’s resources can be quickly and completely overwhelmed. Even when professional emergency health and medical resources are stretched to their limits, a community must be able to continue to provide essential public health service functions in the aftermath of a large-scale event. For… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/DMP.0b013e31818de9bb

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@article{Middleton2008CivilianVB, title={Civilian volunteers building public health resilience.}, author={Grace Middleton}, journal={Disaster medicine and public health preparedness}, year={2008}, volume={2 4}, pages={258-60} }