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Key Bridge Collapse: Unity of Effort

  The National Incident Management System includes unity of effort as one of its guiding principles. It is easy to spot in after-action reports when…

The Psychology of Crisis

  A crisis can be described as unpredictable and often sudden. It can be life-threatening and life-changing, which creates a high level of uncertainty and…

Resilience-Based CI and Domestic Preparedness: A Long-Overdue Imperative

  In one of the latest in a long and unacceptable list of otherwise avoidable critical infrastructure (CI)-enabled consequences, on March 26, 2024, the combination…

Shielding Communities: Public Health Strategies for Natural Hazards

  As public health preparedness and response efforts evolved from their initial bioterrorism roots to take on an “all hazards” approach, the public health consequences…

Elegant Community Preparation

  Are preparation trainings simple or elegant? Simplicity and elegance may seem similar, but they handle complexity differently. Simple solutions place a burden on the…

Navigating the Seismic Dance: Preparedness in the Ring of Fire

  In the dynamic and often unpredictable theater of natural disasters, the Pacific Ring of Fire stands as a formidable protagonist. This extensive geographical belt,…

National Security: A Range of Threats

  The United States faces myriad threats, from the porous southwest border to common adversaries – Russia, China, Iran, and North Korea. Combining the known…

Preparing for the Next Public Health Emergency

Unlike other public health emergencies in recent history, COVID-19 affected every community and spurred extensive discussion and research regarding critical health topics. The emergence of…

Sustaining Those Working in Disasters

  Continual and prolonged stress is taking a toll on the health and well-being of those who work in emergencies. Two questions that are currently…

The Missing Plague Vials

  A Domestic Preparedness article in December 2020, titled The Next Black Swan – Bioterrorism, identified persistent public health and homeland security concerns regarding bioterrorism…

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woman sitting at a table with various radio equipmentAmateurs of Action – The Women of Radio by Desiree Baccus Volunteers are transforming emergency preparedness with an inclusive, diverse movement of impactful community engagement. Explore the inspiring stories of some…
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Domestic Preparedness Journal

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: A Quarter Century of Community Preparedness
by Catherine L. Feinman; Emerging Technologies, Part 4 – Robotics and Automation by Ian Pleet; The Race to Interoperability by Charles Guddemi and Catherine L. Feinman; Emerging Technologies, Part 5 – Legal and Privacy Concerns by Ian Pleet; Looking Ahead at Increasingly Frequent Unpredictable Weather by Akshay Birla; Top Ten Articles: 10. National Preparedness Efforts Among Tribal Communities by Lynda Zambrano and Catherine L. Feinman; 9. Perfect Storm: Albuterol Shortage & Supply Chain Upset by Tom Cotter; 8. Long-Term Care Facilities in Emergency Preparedness Planning by Tanya Scherr & Daniel Scherr; 6. Targeted Violence in Schools: Are Future Educators Prepared? by Danielle Arias, Jesse Spearo, and Kelley L. Davis; 5. Beyond Registries: Better Solutions for People With Disabilities by June Isaacson Kailes; 4. CBRN Response Capabilities and Identified Gaps by Kenneth Bell; 3. Are Public Health Agencies Ready, or Just Prepared? by Raphael M. Barishansky; 2. Inside the “Boot Camp” for Emergency Managers by Michael Valiente; 1. Incident Management – The Whataburger Way by Ron Derrick.

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: A Quarter Century of Community Preparedness
by Catherine L. Feinman; Emerging Technologies, Part 4 – Robotics and Automation by Ian Pleet; The Race to Interoperability by Charles Guddemi and Catherine L. Feinman; Emerging Technologies, Part 5 – Legal and Privacy Concerns by Ian Pleet; Looking Ahead at Increasingly Frequent Unpredictable Weather by Akshay Birla; Top Ten Articles: 10. National Preparedness Efforts Among Tribal Communities by Lynda Zambrano and Catherine L. Feinman; 9. Perfect Storm: Albuterol Shortage & Supply Chain Upset by Tom Cotter; 8. Long-Term Care Facilities in Emergency Preparedness Planning by Tanya Scherr & Daniel Scherr; 6. Targeted Violence in Schools: Are Future Educators Prepared? by Danielle Arias, Jesse Spearo, and Kelley L. Davis; 5. Beyond Registries: Better Solutions for People With Disabilities by June Isaacson Kailes; 4. CBRN Response Capabilities and Identified Gaps by Kenneth Bell; 3. Are Public Health Agencies Ready, or Just Prepared? by Raphael M. Barishansky; 2. Inside the “Boot Camp” for Emergency Managers by Michael Valiente; 1. Incident Management – The Whataburger Way by Ron Derrick.

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