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PHP stands for Public Health Preparedness

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Teaching students how to recognize when something is potentially dangerous or hazardous, and to report this, is a huge step in developing an overall safer environment," said Jacqueline Scott, DVM, PhD, director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness in the Michigan Department of Community Health.
95 Paperback Essential public health series RA445 Public health preparedness is a new discipline created in response to terrorist threats and globalized infectious diseases and food supply issues.
But Martha Framsted, spokeswoman for the Nevada State Health Division, and Steven Kramer, supervisor of the Southern Nevada Health DistrictÕs office of public health preparedness, said their agencies have made great strides in planning over the past year and are prepared to handle a swine flu outbreak.
00 Hardcover RA425 The 2007 edition of this annual series consists of four papers from a symposium on public health preparedness, and 19 reviews of current research on epidemiology and biostatistics, social environment and behavior, environmental and occupational health, health services, and public health practice.
Findings from this project were reported in February at the 2007 Local State and Federal Public Health Preparedness Summit under the title "Assessing Legal Preparedness for School Closure in Response to Pandemic Flu or other Emergencies.
Later this year, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (Philadelphia, PA) and the American Medical Association will launch "Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness," a new journal that will emphasize public health preparedness and disaster response for all health care and public health professionals globally.