Public health preparedness research.


T his commentary on the scope, content, translation, and policy utility of research is shaped by the authors’ perspectives from federal, state, and local levels and national policy making. The reflections presented here were offered in response to presentations at the Dynamics of Preparedness Conference in Pittsburgh, October 22-24, 2012, many of which are included in this journal supplement issue.

DOI: 10.1097/PHH.0b013e318293f6c9

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@article{Smith2013PublicHP, title={Public health preparedness research.}, author={Karen Smith and Paul E. Jarris and Thomas V . Inglesby and Richard C Hatchett and Arthur L . Kellermann}, journal={Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP}, year={2013}, volume={19 Suppl 2}, pages={S6-8} }