September 27, 2017//, ,

In Review: Business and Health Security: The Bottom Line on Preparedness

By: Glen P. Mays, PhD, MPH

In the midst of hurricane response and recovery efforts, we recently convened business and health experts for a robust virtual discussion about how disasters affect the economy, business, and...

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  • September 7, 2017//,

    Ignore at Your Peril: Environmental and Occupational Dimensions of Health Security

    By: Anna G. Hoover, PhD, MA and Glen P. Mays, PhD, MPH

    Disasters always have environmental contributors and consequences. Hurricane Harvey provides the latest reminder of this fact as Gulf coast responders assess risks and resiliencies in the affected...

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  • March 31, 2017//,

    A Potentially Unhealthy Mix: How Workplace Practices Can Either Enhance or Exacerbate Health Preparedness

    By: Michael Childress, M.A.

      The National Health Security Preparedness Index measures the nation’s health security and preparedness—that is, the nation’s ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from...

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