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Volume 11   Number 6 - Supplement: November/December 2005

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 This supplement was supported under a cooperative agreement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) Grant Number U36/CCU300430-23. The content of this document is solely the responsibility of the group authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of CDC or ASPH.

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    A Pilot Hybrid Internet/Classroom-based Communicable Disease Continuing Education Course for Public Health Nurses in North Carolina: Lessons Learned

Lorraine K. Alexander, DrPH, MPH, Kathy Dail, BSN, RN, MEd, Mary V. Davis, DrPH, MSPH, Anjum Hajat, MPH, Erin Rothney, MPH, Tara Rybka, MPH, Aaron Kipp, BS, Jean-Marie Maillard, MD, MSc, Pia D. MacDonald, M. PhD, MPH

    Applying Risk Perception Theory to Public Health Workforce Preparedness Training

Daniel J. Barnett, MD, MPH, Ran D. Balicer, MD, MPH, David W. Blodgett, MD, MPH, George S. Everly, Jr PhD, Saad B. Omer, MBBS, MPH, Cindy L. Parker, MD, MPH, Jonathan M. Links, PhD

    Assessing Bioterrorism and Disaster Preparedness Training Needs for School Nurses

Nancy W. Mosca, PhD, RN, Patricia M. Sweeney, JD, MPH, RN, John M. Hazy, PhD, Paul Brenner, BA

    Assessment of Public Health Workforce Bioterrorism and Emergency Preparedness Readiness Among Tribes in Washington State

Dave Pearson, PhD, Jack Thompson, MSW, Joe Finkbonner, MHA, RPh, Chris Williams, MA, Luann D'Ambrosio, MEd

    Coastal Terrorism: Using Tabletop Discussions to Enhance Coastal Community Infrastructure Through Relationship Building

Jane Richter, DrPH, RN, Melanie Livet, PhD(c), Jill Stewart, PhD, Charles E. Feigley, PhD, Geoff Scott, PhD, Donna L. Richter, EdD

    Competency-based Preparedness Training for Public Health Practitioners

Jennifer A. Horney, MPH, William Sollecito, DrPH, Lorraine K. Alexander, DrPH

    Connecting Silos: The Legal Bases for Public Health Emergency Response in Pennsylvania

Margaret A. Potter, MS, JD, Patricia Sweeney, JD, MPH, RN, Clarke Thomas, Theresa M. Miller, MSW, Tyler Gourley, BA

    Development of a Training Curriculum for Public Health Preparedness

Steven J. Rottman, MD, FACEP, Kimberley I. Shoaf, DrPH, Alina Dorian, PhD

    Development of an On-line Bioterrorism Preparedness Course

Robert G. Westphal, MD, MPH, Susan Jewell, MAT, MLS, Edward Skawinski, EdM

    Disaster Mental Health Training in Florida and the Response to the 2004 Hurricanes

W. Michael Reid, PhD, Sandra Ruzycki, MA, Michael L. Haney, PhD, Lisa M. Brown, PhD, Jennifer Baggerly, PhD, Nadine Mescia, MHS, Kathryn Hyer, PhD

    Emergency Department Preparedness Trainings in New York State: A Needs Assessment

Lindsay Benson, MPH, Robert G. Westphal, MD, MPH

    Emergency Preparedness Academy Adds Public Health to Readiness Equation

Melanie Livet, PhD(c) , Jane Richter, DrPH, RN, LuAnne Ellison, MPH, Bill Dease, MA, Lawrence McClure, PhD, Charles Feigley, PhD, Donna L. Richter, EdD

    Emergency Preparedness Volunteer Training Program

Amanda K. Matthews, MPH, ASPH/CDC, Kristin Sprague, MS, RN, Eileen Girling, MPH, RN, Lynne Dapice, MS, RN, Mary Val Palumbo, DNP, APRN, Patricia Berry, MPH

    Identification and Evaluation of Mental Health and Psychosocial Preparedness Resources From the Centers for Public Health Preparedness

Yael Hoffman, MPH, MSW, George S. Everly, Jr. PhD, Danilea Werner, MPH, MSW, Melanie Livet, PhD(c), Paula A. Madrid, PsyD, Betty Pfefferbaum, MD, JD, Randal Beaton, PhD, EMT

    Matching Documented Training Needs With Practical Capacity: Lessons Learned From Project Public Health Ready

Tanya Uden-Holman, PhD, Laurie Walkner, MA, Dan Huse, JD, Barry R. Greene, PhD, Dawn Gentsch, MPH, Christopher G. Atchison, MPA

    Preparedness of Hospitals to Respond to a Radiological Terrorism Event as Assessed by a Full-Scale Exercise

Edward Jasper, MD, Mark Miller, BS, Brian Sweeney, MBA, David Berg, MBA, Evan Feuer, NREMTP-P, Darren Reganato, RN

    Public Health Department Training of Emergency Medical Technicians for Bioterrorism and Public Health Emergencies: Results of a National Assessment

David Markenson, MD, FAAP, EMT-P, Michael J. Reilly, MPH, NREMT-P, Charles DiMaggio, PhD, MPH, PA-C

    Quantitative Evaluation of Can It Happen in Kansas: Response to Terrorism and Emerging Infections

Elizabeth Ablah, PhD, MPH, Craig A. Molgaard, PhD, MPH, Doren D. Fredrickson, MD, PhD, Ruth Wetta-Hall, MSN, MPH, PhD, RN, David J. Cook, PhD

    Recognizing Biothreat Diseases: Realistic Training Using Standardized Patients and Patient Simulators

Ronald M. Atlas, PhD, Richard D. Clover, MD, Ruth Carrico, PhD, Gina Wesley, PhD, Michelle Thompson, W. Paul McKinney, MD

    Responsive Evaluation of Competency-based Public Health Preparedness Training Programs

Thomas M. Reischl, PhD, Amy N. Buss, MPH

    Simulating Public Health Response to a Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Event: A Comprehensive and Systematic Approach to Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating a Tabletop Exercise

Sue Ann Sarpy, PhD, Christopher R. Warren, MS, Seth Kaplan, MS, Jill Bradley, MS, Roger Howe, MD, MMM

    The Northwest's Hot Topics in Preparedness Forum: A Novel Distance-Learning Collaborative

Margaret Shield, PhD, Paul Wiesner, MD, Connie Curran, MA, Greg Stark, BA +, Steve Rauch, MLIS, Andy Stergachis, PhD, RPh, Jack Thompson, MSW

    The Texas Training Initiative for Emergency Response (T-TIER): An Effective Learning Strategy to Prepare the Broader Audience of Health Professionals

Barbara J. Quiram, PhD, MPA, Kay Carpender, BS, Cara Pennel, MPH

    Train-the-trainer as an Educational Model in Public Health Preparedness

Rebecca A. Orfaly, MS, Joshua C. Frances, Paul Campbell, ScD, MPA, Becky Whittemore, MN, MPH, FNP-C, Brenda Joly, PhD, MPH, Howard Koh, MD, MPH

    User Patterns and Satisfaction With On-line Trainings Completed on the North Carolina Center for Public Health Preparedness Training Web Site

Jennifer A. Horney, MPH, Pia MacDonald, PhD, Erin E. Rothney, MPH, Lorraine K. Alexander, DrPH

    Using Problem-Based Learning as a Strategy for Cross-Discipline Emergency Preparedness Training

Laura C. Streichert, PhD, MPH, Patrick W. O'Carroll, MD, MPH, Philip R. Gordon, PhD, Andrew C. Stevermer, MSN, ARNP, Anne M. Turner, MD, MPH, Ray M. Nicola, MD, MHSA

    Editorial: Public Health Preparedness Training: Resources Are There

David Markenson, MD, FAAP, EMT-P, Robert G. Westphal, MD, MPH, FACP

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