Bioterrorism Readiness Plan. Shands Hospital at the University of Florida 2001. Tokyo Train Station. Aerial view of anthrax production facility. Where and when will bioterrorism hit next?. Biological Weapons?????. Bioterrorism Readiness Planning Subcommittee.
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Shands Hospital at the University of Florida
Infectious Disease Physicians
Emergency Medicine Chief and other ER Physicians
Emergency Department Nurse Manager
Public Health Administrator & other agencies
To be a:
Infection Control & Safety and Security
Local and State Authorities
( EMS, Police, Fire Departments)
Yersinia pestis, a gram-negative bacillus
Public Health Quarantine Sign
airborne, droplet and contact.
A biological toxin (poison) derived from the castor plant and castor oil.
support patient, manage symptoms and keep comfortable
Review Executive Summary of Plan for inclusion in Disaster Manual
Access Specific Departmental Policies
Use Information Sheets for Patients and Public
Learn about bioterrorism by completing module.
Get your questions answered by experts
Coordinate plan with state and local authoritiesSteps in Preparing for a Bioterrorism Event