DomPrep Journal

 

FORECAST 2010

Featured in this issue: Degrees of Progress - Emergency Management: Today and Tomorrow, By Kay C. Goss; Destination Decisions: Back to the Future, Again and Again, By Joseph Cahill; An Opportunity Beckons - Converging Disaster Recovery and Infrastructure Resilience, By Dennis R. Schrader; 2010: Will It Be "The Year of the IMT"?, By Steven Grainer; Party Crashers Should Go From White House to Big House, By Bradley Blakeman; Emergency Preparedness in Healthcare - 2010 and Beyond, By Theodore (Ted) Tully; The Coast Guard Looks Ahead - A Closer Spirit of Cooperation With Local Agencies, By Corey Ranslem; First-Person Report - Forecast 2010: A New Model for Disaster Management, By Mark Merritt; The Jeff Cooper Principles: Changes Needed in Personal Defensive Preparedness, By Joseph Trindal; Hospital Preparedness 2010: Are Additional Advances Possible?, By Craig DeAtley; The Long and Winding Road of Preparedness Measurement, By Timothy Beres; and Protecting Citizens by Predicting Future Threats, By JL Smither

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BioPreparedness, The Shifting Parameters

Featured in this issue: DMORT Teams and Their Role in MFIs, By Frank P. Saul; Biopreparedness and the Hydra of Bioterrorism, By Diana Hopkins; Mortuary Services & The Lessons Learned From Real-Life Tragedy, By Jennifer Smither; Expanded-Duty EMS: Heavy Rescue, By Joseph Cahill; Field-Based Tracking: Real-Time Data Sharing Comes of Age, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Expanding the Definition of Public Health, By Raphael Barishansky; New and Emerging Al Qaeda Threats, By Neil C. Livingstone; Supply on Demand: The Strategic National Stockpile, By Kate Rosenblatt; Ham Radio - An Emergency Tool for Public Health, By Barry Kanne; Case Study: Influenza Preparedness in Marin County, By Mary Lilley; Iran's Long Reach Into the U.S. Homeland, By Neil C. Livingstone; and Kansas & Oklahoma, Nebraska, Arkansas, and Washington, D.C., By Adam McLaughlin

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Time Waiting/Time Wasted: Maximizing Use of 'The Golden Minutes'

Featured in this issue: SAMU & EMS: The Principle Differences, By Joseph Cahill; Mass-Casualty/Medical-Surge Capabilities: Closing the Gap, By Kay C. Goss; Understanding Public Health Mutual Aid, By Raphael Barishansky; NIMS & ICS: The Next Level, By Steven Grainer; Telemedicine: Funding Increases & Rapid-Paced Development, By Diana Hopkins; Organophosphates: A Clearly Present Danger, By John Temperilli; The Unglamorous Side: Parking Lots, Manhole Covers, and Homeland Security, By Neil C. Livingstone; HLS & EM: Blueprinting the Future, By Dennis R. Schrader; Communicating with the Public During a Pandemic Influenza, By Amanda Rhyne & Sarah Weiss; and Alabama, California, Illinois, and Louisiana, By Adam McLaughlin

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Preparedness California Style

Featured in this issue: A Letter to Domestic Preparedness Readers, By Nancy L. Ward; Team Typing & Other Innovations: The California Way, By Jan R. Dunbar; California Focuses on Mass-Fatality Management Planning, By Robert Gerber; CARD's Incident Command System for Community Responders, By Ana-Marie Jones; GIS Use During San Diego's Wildfires, By Mary Lilley; Expanded Duty for EMS Techs: Tactical Decisions, By Joseph Cahill; 'Train As You Will Respond': CDP Hits Half Million Milestone, By Kate Rosenblatt; Public Health, EMS, Emergency Management: Partners in Preparedness, By Kay C. Goss; Agricultural Incidents and Effective Multi-Agency Coordination, By Frank Castro-Wehr & Mark Ghilarducci; and California, Wyoming, and New York, By Adam McLaughlin

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'C' Is For Credentials, Time is of The Essence

The Development of National Standards for Credentialing, By Diana Hopkins; A New and Challenging Era for Rural Homeland Security, By Jonathan A. Dudek; Emergency Services Credentialing: FEMA Leads the Way, By Kay C. Goss; Qualifications, Credentials, and a Need for Speed, By Glen Rudner; National Recovery Doctrine: The Next Preparedness Frontier, By Dennis R. Schrader; EMS: Increased Emphasis on the Medical Aspect, By Joseph Cahill; Responding to Incidents in a Neighboring Port, By Corey Ranslem; Fusion Centers & Public Health Agencies: Unlikely or Natural Partners?, By Adam Bulava; Managing the SNS Stockpile: A Case Study, By Joseph Cahill; and California, Connecticut, and Texas, By Adam McLaughlin

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Special Event Security, Defending Against CBRNE

Featured in this issue: London 2012: Protecting the Olympic Games, By Andy Oppenheimer; NSSEs, Non-NSSEs - And the Security Risks Involved, By Neil C. Livingstone; Emergency Management & Special Events: Challenges, Support, Best Practices, By Kay C. Goss; Providing Systems Engineering Support to State & Local Jurisdictions, By Dennis R. Schrader; Security Planning for Major Events, By Joseph Watson & Joseph Trindal; Protecting the Super Bowl - A Perfect Defense Is Mandatory, By Diana Hopkins; Special Events: Reality TV for Training & Exercises, By Joseh Cahill; The PPO & Surge Capacity: A Different Type of "Insurance", By John Burke; A Global Sensor Network for Disaster Warnings, By Diana Hopkins; and Kentucky, Kansas, Washington, D.C., & Wisconsin, By Adam McLaughlin

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Plan, Train, Exercise Then Practice, Practice, Practice

Featured in this issue: On-Scene Report: Safe Is the PATH of True Preparedness, By Adam McLaughlin; EMS and Suicide Bombings  Some Potentially Deadly Considerations, By Raphael Barishansky; NLE-09: A Major Test for the Obama Administration, By Dennis Schrader; The Now Possible Dream: Communications Interoperability, By Kay C. Goss; Trauma & Burn Centers  Coping with MCI Disasters, By Theodore Tully; When Disaster Strikes: Duty First  Then Remembrance and Reflection, By Joseph Cahill; Ice Storm 2009: Kentucky's Regional Response, By Margaret Riggs; NIMS: Not a Once and Done Proposition, By Stephen Grainer; ServNC Shapes Quick Response to Icy Kentucky, By Ann Marie Brown & Jeffrey Peterson; and Washington, South Carolina, Texas, and Louisiana, By Adam McLaughlin

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An Endangered World, Running Out of Time?

Featured in this issue: Worst-Case Scenario: Pakistan Falls to the Taliban, By Neil C. Livingstone; Preparing for the Worst in Cyber Security, By Amit Yoran; The Beslan School Massacre - A Threat with No Easy Solutions, By Patrick D. Bird & Michael Alswede; Isolation, Quarantine, and the Compression of Time, By Joseph Cahill; Field Testing or LRN Laboratories  Why Not Both?, By Rob Schnepp; License Plate Readers: Automated Situational Awareness, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; A Change in Fashions for the Well-Suited Responder, By Glen Rudner; Mass Prophylaxis: The Brass Ring of Public-Health Preparedness, By Bruce Clements; Questions of Preparedness: A Spring of Tragedy for Law Enforcement, By Joseph Trindal; Massachusetts, California, Montana, and New York, By Adam McLaughlin

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Ensuring Food Safety, Strengthen the Supply Chain

Featured in this Issue: A Consuming Need: Improved Security in the Food Chain, By Steven Harrison; Food Safety: A Few Questions for the U.S. Government, By Diana Hopkins; Needed: More Effective Resources for Homeland Security, By Dennis R. Schrader; Hospital Security Planning: Operational & Technological Considerations, By Craig DeAtley; Double the Trouble: H5N1 + Cat 3 Complications, By Ann Marie Brown & Jeffrey Peterson; First-Person Report - Operation "CAMCO" and How It Grew, By John J. Burke; TWIC Program Close to Full Implementation, By Corey Ranslem; Green Building + Greater Safety = Survival, By Joseph Cahill; Funding & Capabilities: A New Look at DHS Grants, By Timothy Beres; and New Mexico, California, Minnesota, and Texas, By Adam McLaughlin

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TIMs - TICs - Toxic, And Too Close To Home

Featured in this issue: The EMS Role in Chemical-Release Incidents, Joseph Cahill; The Friendly Neighborhood Chemical Weapons Store, Adam Montella; Is Al Qaeda Seeking Weapons of Mass Destruction?, Neil C. Livingstone; Pandemic Preparedness: Strategies to Protect the State Workforce, David G. Henry; Everyone Must Go: The Anatomy of an Evacuation, Joseph Cahill; NIMS & ICS - A Road Map for U.S. Health Departments, Raphael Barishansky; Mexico's Narco-Civil War: Porous and Perilous - The U.S./Mexican Border Situation, Joseph Trindal; DHS - Moving Forward; And Moving Out, Kay C. Goss; Pamper and Protect: A Professional's Guide to Personal-Security Details, Derrick Mayes & Cynthia Tsai; Bioterrorism Exercise: A Taste of the Real Thing, Stephanie Ostrowski & Crystal Castillo; and South Carolina, Texas, Colorado, & Missouri, Adam McLaughlin

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