DomPrep Journal

 

BREAKING NEWS

Breaking News & Getting It Right, By Thomas J. Lockwood & Catherine L. Feinman; Accuracy & Trust in Information Dissemination, By Anna Rose; When a City Is Burning  Or Not, By Connor Scott; Big News About Cyberthreats, By Dawn Thomas; Digital Humanitarians, By Hannah Zitner; Television Talking Heads & Disasters, By Cedric Leighton; Saving Lives With Hashtags & Geolocation, By Emily Allen; Helping Children & Youths Cope With Disaster Media Coverage, By Jennifer First & J. Brian Houston; Active Shooters & Public Access Bleeding Control Kits, By Team You Can Act; Strategies for Public Information in Times of Crisis, By Anthony S. Mangeri

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Status of Preparedness

Featured in this issue: Emergency Management: The State of Preparedness, By Kay C. Goss; The Continuity Gap, By Vincent B. Davis; Fire Department Preparedness Made Simple, By Michael Cox; Public Health Preparedness Realities, By Raphael M. Barishansky & Seth J. Komansky; State of Preparedness 2016: Children & Child Care, By Andrew R. Roszak; Incident Command System: Perishable If Not Practiced, By Stephen Grainer; Status of Preparedness: Emergency Medical Systems, By Seth Komansky; Planning & Operations: Two Sides of the Same Coin, By Sharon Russell; Railroad Ties Communities Together, By James Metzger

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Whole Community

Whole Community  A Five-Year Look Back, By Catherine Feinman; What the Whole Community Means to the Whole Community, By Richard Serino & Jennifer Grimes; Four Steps to Improve Whole Community, By Vincent B. Davis; Development of Metrics for Personal Preparedness, By National Emergency Management Executive Academy Cohort III; Ignoring Spontaneous Volunteers  Not an Option, By Chelsea Firth; Building a Usable Whole Community Toolbox, By Robert DeLeon; Innovations in Healthcare Disaster Management for Veterans, By Jessica Wambach Brown; Children as the Catalyst for Change, By Yuri Graves; Animals as Part of the Whole Community, By Anne McCann & Richard Green; Bleeding Control  The Next Step in Active Shooter Guidance, By Birch X. Barron; Uncertain Impact of Critical Biosecurity Reports, By Robert C. Hutchinson; The Whole Community Paradigm Shift, By Anthony S. Mangeri

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What's Next?

See Something . . . Do Something, By Martin D. Masiuk; Climate Change Presents an Emerging, Dynamic Set of Hazards,By Jeffrey N. Rubin; Bioterrorism in a Technologically Advanced World, By Christina M. Flowers; Preparing for the Unknown, By Jerome H. Kahan; Forging New Partnerships for Healthcare Preparedness, By Jessica Wambach Brown; Training Programs & National Preparedness, By Brandon J. Pugh; Reimagining Epidemic Communications, By ELISS Fellows; Predictive Policing: Renewed Promise Through New Approaches, By James R. "Chip" Coldren Jr. & Zoë Thorkildsen; The Art of Awareness for Emergency Medical Calls, By Seth J. Komansky & Raphael M. Barishansky; Overcoming Notification Systems Challenges, By Bill Betcher; Food for Thought: Emergency Shelters & Food Allergies, By Andrew Roszak

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TOXIC

Featured in this issue: Beyond Paris - A Growing Terrorist Threat, By Richard Schoeberl; Public Healths Role Beyond Biologicals, By Audrey Mazurek & Raphael M. Barishansky; Next-Generation, Layered Security Screening, By David W. Cullin; Keeping It Simple - Low-Cost Technologies With High Payoffs, By Timothy Moshier; New Decontamination Resource - Information & Expertise, By Craig DeAtley; How the Nation Is Failing in Public Health Preparedness, By Patrick Rose; Bringing the Gold Standard to the Front Line, By Christopher Petty

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TECHNOLOGY

Featured in this issue: Technology Development & Science-Based Solutions, By Rachel Bartholomew & Richard Ozanich; Technology vs. Good Planning & Training, By Steven P. Bucci; The Continuing Battle Over Privacy vs. Security, By Ellen C. Cornelius; Rural Idaho  Research Tools & Training Exercises, By Darin Letzring; Virtual Exercises  A Cost-Effective Option, By Dawn Thomas; Running to the Police, Not Away From Them, By Rodrigo (Roddy) Moscoso; Modular Solutions for Compounding Pharmacies & Biosafety Facilities, By Jessica Brown & Allan Swan

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POLITICS

Featured in this issue: A Case for Political Leadership in Disaster Response & Recovery, By Jason McNamara; Political Realities of Legislation for Extreme Events, By Andrea Boland; In Honor of National Preparedness Month, By DomesticPreparedness; Congress to Decide Funding for Public Health Emergencies, By Lamar Hasbrouck; Role of Local Government in Counter-Radicalization, By Romeo B. Lavarias; Public Health & Political Knowledge, By Raphael M. Barishansky; The Politics of Presidential Disaster Declarations, By Kay C. Goss; A Federal Agencys Journey to Protect Its Workforce From Infectious Diseases, By Robert J Roller; The Politics of School Safety & Security, By Wayne P. Bergeron

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Train For Real Life

In June 2015, DomPrep was invited to take an exclusive inside look at the Center for Domestic Preparedness, a training facility that offers something beneficial to all of DomPreps readers. After spending a week in Anniston, Alabama, DomPreps Kimberly Arsenault and Catherine Feinman compiled this comprehensive supplement with text, photos, and podcasts of the experience they had at the training facility.

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Recovery

Featured in this issue: Having the Right Tools to Shorten Periods of Chaos, By Gordon Hunter; Screening Risk Analysis Tools for Resilience of Critical Infrastructure & Regions, By Jerry P. Brashear & Paula Scalingi; Correlation Between Land Use Decisions & Recovery Efforts, By Charles Perino; New York Citys Commodities Distribution & Recovery Planning, By Paula M. Carlson & Thomas F. Healy; Planning for Recovery: The Public Health Perspective, By Marc Barbiere; Setting & Maintaining Realistic Recovery Expectations, By Stephen Grainer

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On-Scene

Featured in this issue: Response Management: Back to Basics, By Stephen Grainer; No Defensive Strategy to Address a Growing Terrorist Threat, By Richard Schoeberl; Superheroes in Waiting: Emergent First Responders, By Wayne P. Bergeron; What It Takes to Be a Public Health Emergency Preparedness Professional, By Raphael M. Barishansky; Dangerous Suicides, By Stuart K. Cameron; Apples & Oranges  Understanding Curies & REM in Radiation Sources, By Jeffrey D. Williams; Local Public Healths Role in Large-Scale Chemical Incidents, By Rachel Schulman; National Laboratory Support for First Responders Biodetection Needs, By Richard M. Ozanich & Cynthia J. Bruckner-Lea; Operation Twister  Exercising Disaster Behavioral Response, By Craig DeAtley

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