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Expanding the Public's Role in Health Emergency Policy


Expanding the Public's Role in Health Emergency Policy

Abstract: 
THE INCOMING FEDERAL LEADERSHIP can enhance the country’s resilience to catastrophic health events by
enabling individuals, families, and community groups to engage in a broad range of civic contributions, including
individual self-protection, collective volunteer action, and communitywide deliberation of health emergency management policy.

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Schoch-Spana, Monica, and Brooke Courtney, Ann Norwood. 2009. "Expanding the Public's Role in Health Emergency Policy." Biosecurity & Bioterrorism (June): 39-41. http://www.upmc-biosecurity.org/website/resources/publications/2009/biom...

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