Session: Developing a Plan for Bioterrorism
3337.0: Monday, November 17, 2003: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Developing a Plan for Bioterrorism
The complex public, private, local, county and state relationships for detection of, and response to bioterrorism will be discussed.
Learning Objectives: This session will present: 1)three essential components of a BT infrastructure; and 2)the necessary relationship between public and private health agencies to meet BT threats.
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Moderator(s):Joan Segal
4:30 PMDeveloping public and private partnerships: The State of Connecticut model for bioterrorism response planning
Christopher M. Cannon, MSN, MPH, MBA
4:50 PMDeveloping public/private collaboration for a local biterrorism and disease detection, response & monitoring communication system
Ronald D. Deprez, PhD, MPH, Richard K. Thomas, PhD, Gary Cattabridga, BS, Paul Kuehnert, MS, RN
5:10 PMEvaluating state initiatives to prepare for public health emegencies: Use of logic models across multiple system components
Anne B. Keith, RN, DrPH, C-PNP, Michele Polacsek, PhD, MHS, Judy Lloyd Storfjell, Paul Kuehnert, MS, RN
5:30 PMOrganizational structure and management of information technology: Developing a model strategy for public health departments
Yvonne Claudio, MS
Organized by:Community Health Planning and Policy Development
Endorsed by:Environment; Health Administration; Public Health Education and Health Promotion; Public Health Nursing
CE Credits:CME, Health Education (CHES), Nursing, Pharmacy

The 131st Annual Meeting (November 15-19, 2003) of APHA