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In 2005, Hurricane Katrina and the subsequent levee breaks left 80% of New Orleans under water for weeks. Within 4 short weeks, the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center at New Orleans had relocated its campus temporarily to Baton Rouge and resumed operations. Many lessons were learned in the first year of recovery and disseminated to the field regarding emergency and disaster preparedness and response. As we approach the second anniversary of the nation's most devastating natural disaster, we reflect on the long haul of rebuilding and offer new insights and lessons for sustaining operations and enhancing long-term rebuilding efforts.
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