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Vulnerable Populations and Emergency Management

Broadcast Date:  December 4, 2006
(1 hour, 30 minutes)
Produced by the South Central Center for Public Health Preparedness

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Program Overview

The purpose of this broadcast is to enhance the ability of emergency management and public health practitioners to effectively define, locate and reach vulnerable populations to protect them in the event of emergencies. This broadcast was planned to reduce the likelihood of unnecessary illness, injuries and deaths in the future, especially for special, at-risk, vulnerable populations. The topic areas include special populations, emergency management infrastructure, health disparities, available resources and emergency preparedness.

Faculty

Hilary Styron
Director
Emergency Preparedness Initiative
National Organization on Disability
Washington, DC

Target Audience

First responders; public health professionals and their partners with whom they will need to communicate in a public health emergency; community planners; command and control personnel; public health and medical students.

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None for this program.

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(334) 206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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