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The slides and recording are now available from our November webinar, Accessing the Evidence During Times of Crisis. Find the link on our webinars page. 

The slides and recording from our October webinar, Sharing and Management of Disaster Related Data, are also posted. 

 

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WISER

Tool to assist first responders and first receivers in hazardous material incidents.

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CHEMM

Guidance on planning, response, and recovery related to chemical mass casualty incidents.

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REMM

Guidance about clinical diagnosis and treatment of radiation injuries during radiological and nuclear emergencies.

More CBRNE/Hazmat Information 

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Disaster Information Specialist

Information specialists providing disaster- and public health emergency-related health information resources.

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Natural & Man-Made Disasters

Health-related information about natural hazards and man-made disasters.

Infectious Diseases

Information about infectious diseases including pandemic or potentially pandemic influenza and other epidemics and disaster-related disease outbreaks.

Disaster Apps: Digital Go Bag

Apps and other mobile-based tools for emergency preparedness and response, including: 

  • CBRNE and Hazmat
  • Responder Safety 
  • Psychological Health 
  • Surveillance 

See all apps

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NIH Disaster Research Response (DR2)

Research on the medical and public health aspects of disasters and public health emergencies.

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