long-term physical and behavioral health needs of affected populations.

•  Discuss the roles and functions of the relevant emergency support functions in facilitating long-term recovery of the health care service delivery infrastructure.

•  Highlight lessons learned from previous disasters, and identify priorities for pre-incident operational plans, with a specific focus on opportunities to leverage programs and activities across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors that support long-term recovery and mass casualty care.

Lynne Kidder, Session Chair

President

Bipartisan WMD Terrorism Research Center

Panelists:

Deborah Ingram

Assistant Administrator

Recovery Directorate

Office of Response & Recovery

DHS/FEMA

Kevin Yeskey

Deputy Assistant Secretary

HHS/ASPR

Josh Riff

Medical Director

Target

Linda MacIntyre

National Chair, Red Cross Nursing

Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF

James Craig

Director, Office of Health Protection

Mississippi State Department of Health



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