This report presents a culture-based approach to the preparedness goals laid out in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) 2018–2022 Strategic Plan. It lays out four Guiding Principles for building Cultures of Preparedness, followed by practical strategies and examples that demonstrate successful outcomes in real-world settings.
There is currently no accrediting body for One Health degree programs, unlike public health degree programs, understandably because One Health is considered more of an approach and less of a discipline; therefore, no standardized structure or expectations exist for these programs.
ABRCMS advances undergraduates and post-baccalaureates from underrepresented populations, including those with disabilities, in STEM along the path toward graduate-level training. The conference features 1,800 poster and oral presentations, as well as scientific, professional development, and networking sessions. Approximately 700 exhibitors showcase their summer research and graduate school opportunities.
A video on poultry biosecurity.
This online module seeks to assist those involved with the biological sciences in better understanding the “dual use” dilemma inherent in such research.
A video presentation on plague, botulism, viral hemorrhagic fevers, and chemical agents.
A training course for primary care clinicians covering basic bioterrorism preparedness information for clinicians, including diagnosis and treatment of Anthrax, Smallpox, Plague, Botulism, Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers such as Ebola and Marburg, and Tularemia.
This course provides information about what constitutes a bioterrorism event.
A software program that allows users to model disaster scenarios for drill planning and to use as an education resource. The EMCAPS Model allows users to estimate casualties arising from biological (Anthrax, Plague, Food Contamination), chemical (blister, nerve and toxic agents) radiological (dirty bomb) or explosive (IED) attacks.
The module covers the natural epidemiology of plague and focus on the diagnosis and management of the disease as a natural occurrence and an intentional release.