CBTA-566 Preparedness, Response, and Capacity to CBRNE Threats
Spring for 2017-2018
This course explores on the medical effects and response to a nuclear/radiological, chemical, biological threat attacks. Additionally, the course will include a current analysis of the 2 capacity of the US system to withstand the effects of a major CBRNE attack. It will also evaluate the H1N1 Pandemic Influenza as a case study for preparedness. This course will move from addressing the threats presenting to individuals to threats presenting to communities (local, state, national) based on the potential medical and system outcomes for both. Specifically, it will address both individual medical outcomes and treatment strategies of disease, and larger community, state, and national outcomes and response strategies for an attack.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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