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Catlett C, Perl T, Jenckes MW, et al. Training of Clinicians for Public Health Events Relevant to Bioterrorism Preparedness. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2002 Jan. (Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 51.)

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Appendix D. Literature Abstract Review Form

Record Number:EPC Bioterrorism Training Project Reviewer: __< >____
First Abstract Review: Abstract review Form Data Entry: _________
Title:
Do not review, because article (check 1 or more)

Image f3700_SQU.jpgnot in English
Image f3700_SQU.jpgdoes not include human data
Image f3700_SQU.jpgno original data
Image f3700_SQU.jpgmeeting abstract (no full article for review)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgdoes not include healthcare professionals
Image f3700_SQU.jpgdoes not include public health, bioterrorist attack models
Image f3700_SQU.jpgdoes not include training or education
Image f3700_SQU.jpgno evaluation
Image f3700_SQU.jpgother: (specify)___________
Image f3700_SQU.jpgunclear: get article to decide

Do not continue if any item above is checked. Otherwise, continue to next column and check at least one box in each in each section
Article relates to Key Questions (check all that apply)

Image f3700_SQU.jpginitial training (Q1a)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgupdating and reinforcing training (Q1b)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgtraining for use of central information (Q2)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgtraining for reporting events to central agency (Q3)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgtraining to communicate with other healthcare professionals (Q4)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgdoes not apply
_________________________________________
Image f3700_SQU.jpginfectious disease outbreaks (includes reportable diseases)
Image f3700_SQU.jpgtoxidromes or mass poisonings
Image f3700_SQU.jpgcatastrophic events that incite anxiety, fear, and mass hysteria
Image f3700_SQU.jpgevents that use hospital disaster plan
Image f3700_SQU.jpgdoes not apply

Image f3700_SQU.jpg Article for reference only

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