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Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense
J Med CBR Def  |  Volume 8, 2010
Original Letter Received 19 November 2009 | Published 2 February 2010

Responses to Discussion Regarding CBRN Training for Emergency Room Staff

Original letter by T.F. McLoughlin

University of Sheffield Medical School, Beech Hill Rd, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Email: mda05tfm@sheffield.ac.uk

Suggested citation: McLoughlin (2010), “Discussion Regarding CBRN Training for Emergency Room Staff", JMedCBR 8, 28 January 2010, http://www.jmedcbr.org/issue_0801/McLoughlin.html

 

Letter to the Editor- Responses

 

February 1, 2010

Dear Sir,
Re. the letter to the editor under "Discussion Regarding CBRN Training for Emergency Room Staff" <http://www.jmedcbr.org/issue_0801/McLoughlin.html> ,

I work for Emerging Health Threats Forum (EHTF), an open-access information service which focuses on emerging and re-emerging threats to human health. I was interested to read the author's comments on this matter. We published, in our peer-reviewed journal Emerging Health Threats Journal (EHTJ), a new paper on this topic in August which he, and others who are interested in this subject, might find useful:
An assessment of bioterrorism competencies among health practitioners in Australia <http://www.eht-forum.org/ehtj/journal/v2/full/ehtj09007a.html?fileId=ehtj09007a&page=volume>

I would be grateful if you could pass this on to those who you think might be interested. All of EHTF's services are open access and available on the internet.

I hope this is helpful
Regards
Anton Dittner


Responding Author

Anton Dittner

Programme Manager
Emerging Health Threats Forum
www.eht-forum.org
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London EC1V 9HW
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anton.dittner@eht-forum.org

 

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references

An assessment of bioterrorism competencies among health practitioners in Australia <http://www.eht-forum.org/ehtj/journal/v2/full/ehtj09007a.html?fileId=ehtj09007a&page=volume>