A Literature Review of Public Health Systems Research (PHSR) in Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP)

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Analyzing bioterror response logistics: the case of smallpox. Math Biosci. 2003.
IOM Areas: 1, 4
Organization: Yale School of Medicine


Aaby K et al. Embracing computer modeling to address pandemic influenza in the 21st century. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2006.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center, Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Program, Department of Health and Human Services


Abatemarco A, Beckley J, Borjan M, Robson M. Assessing and improving bioterrorism preparedness among first responders: a pilot study. J Environ Health. 2007.
IOM Area: 1
Organization: none given


Abbott D. Disaster public health considerations. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2000.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: Emergency Preparedness Office, Department of Health Services, State of California


Ablah E et al. Evaluation of interdisciplinary terrorism preparedness programs: a pilot focus group study. J Allied Health. 2006.
IOM Area: 1
Organization: University of Montana at Missoula


Ablah E et al. "Public health investigation": a pilot, multi-county, electronic infectious disease exercise. Am J Infect Control. 2007.
IOM Area: 1
Organization: University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita


Ablah E, Molgaard CA, Fredrickson DD, Wetta-Hall R, Cook DJ. Quantitative evaluation of "Can It Happen in Kansas:Response to Terrorism and Emerging Infections". J Public Health Manag Pract. 2005.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita


Ablah E, Tinius AM, Konda K, Synovitz C, Subbarao I. Regional Health System Response to the 2007 Greensburg, Kansas, EF5 Tornado. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2007.
IOM Area: None
Organization: Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita


Abt Associates. Hurricane Katrina: A Loss of Life Model and Literature Review Contribute to Lessons Learned. Abt Associates. 2008.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: Abt Associates


Adams ML, Ford JD, Dailey WF. Predictors of help seeking among Connecticut adults after September 11, 2001. American Journal of Public Health. 2004.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: Connecticut Department of Health


Adusumilli SR et al. The New York City eClinician Project: using Personal Digital Assistants and wireless internet access to support emergency preparedness and enhance clinical care in community health centers. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2006.
IOM Area: 1
Organization: Clinical Directors Network Inc.


Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Emergency Preparedness Atlas: U.S. Nursing Home and Hospital Facilities. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, April 2007, 281 pp. 2007.
IOM Areas: 2, 3
Organization: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, April 2007, 281 pp


Akins RB, Williams JR, Silenas R, Edwards JC. The role of public health nurses in bioterrorism preparedness. Disaster Manag Response. 2005.
IOM Area: None
Organization: Texas A&M University


Aldrich N, Benson WF. Disaster preparedness and the chronic disease needs of vulnerable older adults. Prev Chronic Dis. 2008.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: AgingOpportunities.com


Aledort JE, Lurie N, Ricci K, Dausey DJ, Stern S. Facilitated Look-Backs: A New Quality Improvement Tool for Management of Routine Annual and Pandemic Influenza. RAND. 2006.
IOM Areas: 2, 3, 4
Organization: RAND


Alexander GC, Larkin GL, Wynia MK. Physicians' preparedness for bioterrorism and other public health priorities. Acad Emerg Med. 2006.
IOM Area: None
Organization: University of Chicago


Alexander GC, Wynia MK. Ready and willing? Physicians' sense of preparedness for bioterrorism. Health Aff (Millwood). 2003.
IOM Area: None
Organization: University of Chicago Hospitals


Alfano-Sobsey E et al. Evaluation of a model training program for respiratory protection preparedness at local health departments. J Environ Health. 2006.
IOM Area: None
Organization: Wake County Human Services


Amadio JB. Bioterrorism preparedness funds well used at the local level. American Journal of Public Health. 2005.
IOM Area: None
Organization: None given


American College of Physicians, Barnitz L, Berkwits M. The health care response to pandemic influenza. Ann Intern Med. 2006.
IOM Area: None
Organization: American College of Physicians


American Medical Association. Improving health system preparedness for terrorism and mass casualty events. AMA. 2006.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: AMA


Andrulis DP, Siddiqui NJ, Gantner JL. Preparing racially and ethnically diverse communities for public health emergencies. Health Aff (Millwood). 2007.
IOM Area: None
Organization: Drexel University


Anzur T. How to talk to the media: televised coverage of public health issues in a disaster. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2000.
IOM Area: 1
Organization: USC/Annenberg School for Communication


Asch SM et al. A review of instruments assessing public health preparedness. Public Health Rep. 2005.
IOM Areas: 1, 4
Organization: RAND Health


Babb J, Tosatto R, Hayslett J. Disaster planning and emergency preparedness: lessons learned. J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash). 2002.
IOM Areas: 1, 3
Organization: Office of Emergency Preparedness


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