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Finding Your Niche in Disaster Planning and Response

Finding Your Niche in Disaster Planning and Response
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No matter where we live and work, we know that disasters will happen in our community. We don’t necessarily know when and in what form, but i...
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    No matter where we live and work, we know that disasters will happen in our community. We don’t necessarily know when and in what form, but in the view of Dr. Ralph Shealy, co-director of the Disaster Preparedness and Response Training Network for the South Carolina Area Health Education Consortium, and an internationally recognized expert in disaster medicine, the eventual certainty of these tragedies makes disaster medicine ‘one of the costs of doing business for society.’ In this conversation with host Dr. John Armstrong, Dr. Shealy implores us to remember that when disaster strikes, there is no guarantee that help is coming from Washington and other government resources. With this in mind, how do we keep ourselves prepared and ready to respond when an emergent calamity strikes in our community?

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