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Research issues in preparedness for mass casualty events, disaster, war, and terrorism



Research issues in preparedness for mass casualty events, disaster, war, and terrorism



Nursing Clinics of North America 40(3): 551



This article provides a perspective on the types of research questions that might be explored and strategies used in relation to disaster,terrorism, and mass casualty events. Research is addressed in the context of three areas of focus: issues related to the health care provider; issues affecting the patient, individual, family, and community; and issues related to the health care system.

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Accession: 050183835

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PMID: 16111999

DOI: 10.1016/j.cnur.2005.04.008


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