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DISASTR-OUTREACH-LIB Listserv

This email discussion forum is for librarians, information specialists, and other professionals interested in disaster health information outreach to their communities. As a participant in this listserv, you can stay informed about current disaster-related resources, connect to colleagues in the field, engage in information exchange and learn about new ideas, trends, training opportunities, and conferences in the area of disaster health information.

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About the List

This list began in August 2008. As of August 2014, it has nearly 1,300 subscribers from 50 states and 38 countries. Subscribers include librarians, graduate students, first responders, healthcare providers, emergency managers, and many other professions. Approximately 65% are in library and information fields.