Other Training Resources
Mass Casualty Care: Overlooked Community Resources, August 15, 2005
Streaming Video, Audio, and Text Transcript of AHRQ Web Conference. Program took place on May 17, 2005.
Satellite Broadcast on the Role of Public Health in a Nuclear or Radiological Terrorist Incident
Presented by the CDC and the Public Health Training Network
This 1-hour broadcast covers basic information about radiation and the roles and responsibilities of federal, state, local, and tribal public health workers in a nuclear or radiological terrorist attack.
- Surge Capacity and Regionalization Issues: Third Free AHRQ Web-assisted Audio Conference on Bioterrorism Preparedness.
The conference focuses on surge capacity assessments and regionalization issues. These 90-minute audio conferences are designed to share the latest health services research findings, promising practices, and other important information with State and local health officials and key health systems decision makers.
- Anthrax: Protecting and Preparing Your Family APIC Online Education Course - Free of charge
This online course is designed to help the general public learn about anthrax and includes FAQs, glossary of terms, and references and resources for more information, information on how to design a family emergency plan, and how to talk to children about anthrax.
- Bioterrorism and Health System Preparedness: Emerging Tools, Methods and Strategies
This is a PowerPoint presentation that accompanied an Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research-sponsored Web-assisted audioconferences for state and local health policymakers.
- CDC Calendar of Upcoming Video Broadcasts and Video Archives
Includes links to "Anthrax: What Every Clinician Should Know," "Coping with Bioterrorism--The Role of the Laboratorian," "Bioterrorism and the Healthcare Epidemiology/Infection Control Team ," and other distance learning opportunities.
- Compendium of Weapons of Mass Destruction Courses Sponsored by the Federal Government
- Emergency Response to Terrorism Self-Study
National Fire Academy
This course is a self-paced, paper-based document and is designed to provide the basic awareness training to prepare first responders to respond to incidents of terrorism safely and effectively. Students who successfully complete the exam will be eligible for a FEMA/BJA certificate of training. Target Audience: Fire, emergency medical, hazmat, incident command and law enforcement responders.
- Medical NBC Online
Provides access to video resources and training courses on medical nuclear, biological, and chemical information. While the system is being developed for U.S. Army medical personnel, the site is available to any medical practitioner with access to the Internet.