Oklahoma Public Health Association
 

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & RESPONSE

Members Include:

  • Regional Planners

  • Regional Nurses

  • State/County Preparedness

  • Individuals (Annex H, Medical Reserve Corps, MMRS/RMRS, SNS Coordinators)

  • Volunteer Coordinators

  • Grant Developers

  • Emergency Management Staff

  • Medical Professionals


 

What's New...

FEMA and its partners have released the 2014 National Preparedness Report (NPR)

View the slides & watch the archived webinar "Resilient Communities: Empowering Older Adults in Disasters and Daily Life"

Two new articles from the Catholic Health Association Health Progress Journal emphasize the importance of preparedness in health systems!

The National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health recently released "Radiation Disaster Issues in Children: An Approach to the Patient" to discuss the unique needs of pediatric patients during and after exposure to radiation (CEUs are available)

ODMHSAS has compiled a list of resources to aid persons coping with violence and traumatic events

E-mail Section Chair: Cara Gluck, caraC@health.ok.gov

Please visit the APHA Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section for additional information.

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