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Hopkins On Alert

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Spring 2009
Drills Aim for Stress - and Solutions
Ethics of Disaster Planning and Response
Getting Ready for the Worst
Battling Biochemical Threats

Winter 2008
Will This Be Us?
Big Brother Is Watching - For Disease Outbreaks
Docs In Black
PACER Projects

Summer 2007
The Law of Disaster
Needed: New Technology for an Old Standby
PACER Projects
Preparedness
Perspective: Re-Thinking the Unthinkable
Sounding an Alert - In seconds

Volume V, Number 3
What If? A Hopkins-developed program can help hospitals prepare for the big one.
New 'Gene Chip' Quickly IDs Flu Types
Latest Questions and Answers About Bird Flu
Surge Protection

Volume V, Number 2
What is bird flu?
Planning for a Pandemic

Volume V, Number 1
PACER Members Give New Homeland Security
Center Impressive Capabilities

Volume IV, Number 4
New Options for Nurses in Emergency Preparedness & Disaster Response

Volume IV, Number 3
$300,000 Grant Awarded to Study Hospital Terrorism Preparedness; Training a Spiritual
Health Corps To Cope with Critical Events

Volume IV, No. 2
Business Continuity Plans Expand; Soon to Go Online, plus Disaster Family Plans.

Volume IV, Number 1
CEPAR Urges Clinical and High-Risk Non-Clinical Employees To Get Flu Vaccine.

Volume III, Number 4
New Evaluation Tool Helps
Determine if Hospital
Disaster Drills are Effective, Never be Blase about Alarm Drills, HEICS explained.

Volume III, Number 3
Prepare for Disasters, from
Hurricanes to Terrorism

Volume III, Number 2
JHHS Receives $609,320 in
HRSA Direct Grants to Enhance
Emergency Preparedness;
Health Officials at APL’s
Warfare Analysis Laboratory; Hopkins Prepares for “Psychologically
Wounded” in Event of Disaster

Volume III, Number 1
Fighting the Flu; Preparing for SARS, Operating No Matter What, Operation Down Under,
CEPAR Receives $3.5 Million in
Federal Grants to Create National Disaster Response Plans

Volume II, Number 5
The ‘Three S’s’ of Critical
Event Preparation
Fight the Flu!
The Drills of Summer
Critical Event 101

Volume II, Number 4
Intranet Web site launch
“Post-Event” Smallpox Vaccination Strategy Adopted
CEPAR Decon Exercise
Useful Phone Numbers

Volume II, Number 3
Smallpox Vaccination Clinics
Disaster Exercise at APL
"Shadow Bowl"
Useful Phone Numbers
Decontamination Equipment Arrives

Volume II, Number 2
The Chemical Disaster Plan
Smallpox Vaccinations Principles and Procedures

Volume II, Number 1
Volunteer Smallpox Vaccinations
Smallpox FAQs
Mail Handling

Vol. I, Number 4
Security Alert
HR Questions About Bioterrorism
Operation Orange

Vol. I, Number 3
American Hospital Association
Preparedness Programs
Bioterrorism Disaster Management
Training Sessions
Staff Emergency Response

Vol. I, Number 2
Anthrax Information
Procedures for Ordering Supplies
Mail Handling Photos

Vol. I, Number 1
Disaster Plan, Levels of Operation
Procedures for Handling Mail