This article outlines a number of important areas in
which public health can contribute to making overall disaster
management more effective. This article discusses health effects
of some of the more important sudden impact natural disasters
and potential future threats (e.g., intentional or deliberately released
biologic agents) and outlines the requirements for effective
emergency medical and public health response to these events.
See the attached document to expound on this topic.
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