Emergency medical consequence planning and management for national special security events after September 11: Boston 2004.

@article{Kade2008EmergencyMC,
  title={Emergency medical consequence planning and management for national special security events after September 11: Boston 2004.},
  author={Kristy A Kade and Kathryn H Brinsfield and Richard A Serino and Elena S Savoia and Howard Kyongju Koh},
  journal={Disaster medicine and public health preparedness},
  year={2008},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={166-73}
}
The post-September 11 era has prompted unprecedented attention to medical preparations for national special security events (NSSE), requiring extraordinary planning and coordination among federal, state, and local agencies. For an NSSE, the US Secret Service (USSS) serves as the lead agency for all security operations and coordinates with relevant partners to provide for the safety and welfare of participants. For the 2004 Democratic National Convention (DNC), designated an NSSE, the USSS… CONTINUE READING