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Disaster epidemiology : methods and applications / edited by Jennifer A. Horney.

Contributor(s): Horney, Jennifer A., editor.
Call number: RA651 D573 2018 Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Academic Press, [2018]Description: xxi, 189 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780128093184Subject(s): Epidemiology -- Methodology | Public health | Disaster medicine
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

History of disaster epidemiology: 1960-2015 / Jennifer A. Horney -- Method: surveillance / Kahler Stone, Jennifer A.Horney -- Vignette: veterans health affairs, veterans, and disasters / Tiffany Radcliffe, Aram Dobalian, Karen Chu -- Applications: using information systems to improve surveillance during disasters / Laura Edison, Karl Soetebier, Hope Dishman -- Applications: shelter surveillance / Rebecca J. Heick -- Vignette: postdisaster carbon monoxide surveillance / Kanta Sircar, Dorothy Sterns -- Applications: diaster-related mortality surveillance / Rebecca S. Noe -- Methods: study designs in disaster epidemiology / Latasha A. Allen, Jennifer A. Horney -- Applications: community assessment for public health emergency response / Amy H. Schnall, Amy Wolkin, Tesfaye M. Bayleyegn -- Applications: assessment of chemical exposures / Maureen F. Orr, Mary Anne Duncan -- Vignette: geothermal venting and emergency preparedness- Lake County, California / Svetlana Smorodinsky, Tracy Barreau, Jason Wilken -- Vignette: CASPER inresponse to a slow-moving disaster - the California drought / Svetlana Smorodinsky, Jason Wilken, Tracy Barreau -- Methods: questionnaire development and interviewing techniques / Amy H. Schnall, Amy Wolkin, Nicole Nakata -- Vignette: Investigating foodborne outbreaks / Marilyn Felkner, Vanessa Cantu, Kevin McClaran -- Applications: social vulnerability to disaster (Hampton and Hertford Counties - Isabel) / Danielle Spurlock -- Applications: emergency responder health monitoring and surveillance / Renée H. Funk -- Vignette: experiences working with ebola virus disease and pregnancy in Sierra Leone, 2014 / Jonetta Johnson Mpofu, Michelle Dynes -- Methods: data analysis for disaster epidemiology / Ashley Conley -- Applications: biosurveillance, biodefense, and biotechnology / Coya C. Allen -- Vignette: climate change effects on flooding during Hurricane Sandy (2012) / Joel C. Dietrich -- Vignette: disasters and chronic medical conditions / Pamela Allweiss -- Applications: disaster communication and community engagement / Jennifer C. Beggs -- Vignette from recent responses: Roseburg, Oregon mass shooting / Akiko M. Saito -- What can disaster epidemiology contribute to building resilient communities? / Jennifer A. Horney.

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