Disaster Medicine ,An Issue of Physician Assistant Clinics
|Author Information||Edited by Mary Showstark|
|Table of Content||
Behavioral Health: How Responders Can Prepare and Cope After a Disaster;
Chemical Threat: What Physician Assistants Need to Know;
Medical Emergency Radiological Response/ Nuclear Threat/ Radiation Injury;
Pathogens of High Consequence: Category A and B Agents - A Practical Guide to Understanding;
Responder Communications in Disaster Medicine;
Stopping the Bleed in Disaster Medicine;
Physician Assistant Readiness and Resiliency for a Disaster;
Crisis Standard of Care;
Treating Patients After Bombs and Blasts;
Vulnerable Populations in Disaster;
School Shootings, Mass Shootings, and Other Evolving Terrorist Threats
|Stock Status||In Stock|
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