BOX 3.2
Resources on the Internet with Bioterrorism Information (Accessed May 2002)

REFERENCES

Anderson, R.M. 2001. “The Application of Mathematical Models in Infectious Disease Research,” Firepower in the Lab: Automation in the Fight Against Infectious Diseases and Bioterrorism, S.P. Layne, T.J. Beugelsdijk, and C.K.N. Patel, eds., Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D.C.


Barbera, J., L. Gostin, T. Inglesby, T. O’Toole, C. DeAtley, K. Tonat, and M. Layton. 2001. “Large-Scale Quarantine Following Bioterrorism in the United States,” JAMA, Vol. 286, pp. 2711-2717.

Bradley, R.N. 2000. “Health Care Facility Preparation for Weapons of Mass Destruction,” Prehospital Emergency Care, Vol. 4, pp. 261-269.

Brinsfield, K.H., J.E. Gunn, M.A. Barry, V. McKenna, K.S. Dyer, and C. Sulis. 2001. “Using Volume-Based Surveillance for an Outbreak Early Warning System,” Academic Emergency Medicine, Vol. 8, p. 492.


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 2001. “Updated Guidelines for Evaluating Public Health Surveillance Systems: Recommendations from the Guidelines Working Group,” Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Vol. 50, No. RR-13, pp. 1-35.

CDC. 2000. “Biological and Chemical Terrorism: Strategic Plan for Preparedness and Response, Recommendations of the CDC Strategic Planning Working Group, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, Vol. 49, No. RR04, pp. 1-14.

Committee on Emerging Microbial Threats to Health, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council. 1992. Emerging Infections: Microbial Threats to Health in the United States, Joshua Lederberg, Robert E. Shope, and Stanley C. Oaks, Jr., eds., National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.



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