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Emergency Preparedness in the Region: What Have We Done & Wh

A regional conference hosted by Princeton University`s Policy Research Institute for the Region (PRIOR) Pt 5: Public Health Preparedness Public health experts may be called on to make or inform some of the most important decisions of the twenty-first century. These include the decision to allocate scarce healthcare resources including vaccines, where to set up surge facilities, or sheltering in place. Is the framework strong enough to support decision making across all sectors, including government, law enforcement, and others? Panelists will discuss these and other considerations with respect to bioterrorism, disease outbreak (e.g., pandemic flu), and natural disasters (e.g., hurricanes, flooding). They will also address some of the financial, legal and ethical issues inherent in this area.
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