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(p. 434) Integrating Medical, Public Health, and Mental Health Assets into a National Response Strategy 

(p. 434) Integrating Medical, Public Health, and Mental Health Assets into a National Response Strategy
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(p. 434) Integrating Medical, Public Health, and Mental Health Assets into a National Response Strategy
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Dori B. Reissman

, Stephan G. Reissman

, and Brian W. Flynn

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195172492.003.0027
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date: 14 July 2020

Chapter 27 discusses the integration of medical, public health, and mental health assets into a national response strategy. This includes local emergency management, incident management, the National Incident Management System, requests for federal assistance, federal response to a terrorism incident, and the different aspects of the National Response Plan

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