In conjunction with Prepared for Peril: Readiness and Recovery for Public Health Threats, the Institute prepared this guide with a variety of resources relating to the conference theme.
General Emergency Preparedness
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Shoaf, K. I., Kelley, M. M., O’Keefe, K., Arrington, K. D., & Prelip, M. L. (2014). Enhancing emergency preparedness and response systems: Correlates of collaboration between local health departments and school districts. Public Health Reports, 129(Suppl 4), 107–113.
Toner, E. S., Ravi, S., Adalja, A., Waldhorn, R. E., McGinty, M., & Schoch-Spana, M. (2015). Doing good by playing well with others: Exploring local collaboration for emergency preparedness and response. Health Security, 13(4), 281-289. doi:10.1089/hs.2015.0003
Walsh, L., Garrity, S., Rutkow, L., Thompson, C. B., Strauss-Riggs, K., Altman, B. A., & … Barnett, D. J. (2015). Applying a behavioral model framework for disaster recovery research in local public health agencies: A conceptual approach. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 9(4), 403-408. doi:10.1017/dmp.2015.44
International and Global
Aliyu, A. (2015). Management of disasters and complex emergencies in Africa: The challenges and constraints. Annals of African Medicine, 14(3), 123-131. doi:10.4103/1596-3519.149894
Kieny, M. P., Evans, D. B., Schmets, G., & Kadandale, S. (2014). Health-system resilience: Reflections on the Ebola crisis in western Africa. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 92(12), 850. http://doi.org/10.2471/BLT.14.149278
Rosewell, A., Bieb, S., Clark, G., Miller, G., MacIntyre, R., & Zwi, A. (2013). Human resources for health: Lessons from the cholera outbreak in Papua New Guinea. Western Pacific Surveillance and Response Journal: WPSAR, 4(3), 9-13. doi:10.5365/WPSAR.2013.4.2.006
Acosta, J.D., Chandra, A., Xenakis, L., Varda, D.M., Eros-Sarnyai, & … Sprong, S. (2015). Partnerships for Recovery Across the Sectors (PRACTIS) Toolkit. RAND, Doc. TL-188-ASPR.
Eisenstein, R., Finnegan Jr., J. R., & Curran, J. W. (2014). Contributions of academia to public health preparedness research. Public Health Reports, 129(Suppl 4), 5.
Khan, Y., Fazli, G., Henry, B., de Villa, E., Tsamis, C., Grant, M., & Schwartz, B. (2015). The evidence base of primary research in public health emergency preparedness: A scoping review and stakeholder consultation. BMC Public Health, 15(1), 1-13. doi:10.1186/s12889-015-1750-1
Leinhos, M., Qari, S. H., & Williams-Johnson, M. (2014). Preparedness and emergency response research centers: Using a public health systems approach to improve all-hazards preparedness and response. Public Health Reports, 129(Suppl 4), 8.
McCabe, O. L., Semon, N. L., Thompson, C. B., Lating, J. M., Everly, G. S., Perry, C. J., & … Links, J. M. (2014). Building a national model of public mental health preparedness and community resilience: Validation of a dual-intervention, systems-based approach. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 8(6), 511-526. doi:10.1017/dmp.2014.119
Walsh, L., Craddock, H., Gulley, K., Strauss-Riggs, K., & Schor, K. W. (2015). Building health care system capacity to respond to disasters: Successes and challenges of disaster preparedness health care coalitions. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 30(2), 112-122. doi:10.1017/S1049023X14001459
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For more details about the conference including the keynote, panelists, discussions, and more, check out the main page at Prepared for Peril: Readiness and Recovery for Public Health Threats.