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Population monitoring in radiation emergencies; a guide for state and local public health planners
  • Published Date:
    August 2007
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Population monitoring in radiation emergencies; a guide for state and local public health planners
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Center for Environmental Health (U.S.), Radiation Studies Branch.
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  • Description:
    Population monitoring is the process of identifying, screening, and monitoring people for exposure to radiation or contamination from radioactive materials. This planners' guide presents an introduction to population monitoring in radiation emergencies for public health officials and emergency preparedness planners at the state and local levels. It describes how to plan for population monitoring and provides practical suggestions to address the many challenges it presents when a large population is potentially impacted.

    Based partly upon the CDC roundtable on population monitoring on January 11-12, 2005.

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