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Suggested Citation:"Timeline." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies: 2020 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26327.
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Suggested Citation:"Timeline." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies: 2020 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/26327.
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T I M E LI NE 2007 | September 26−27 Meeting 1 2008 | January 22−23 Meeting 2 | March 3−4 Medical Countermeasure Dispensing | May 20 Meeting 3 | October 20 Meeting 4 2009 | January 28−29 Meeting 5 June 6: Medical Surge Capacity | June 12 Meeting 6 | October 29−30 Preparedness Response Capabilities in the National Health Security Strategy | November 8 Medical Countermeasure Dispensing: Emergency Use Authorization | November 17 Meeting 7 2010 | January 13 Meeting 8 | February 22 Medical Countermeasures Enterprise: Strategies to Enhance Products | April 14 H1N1 Vaccination Campaigns: Raleigh, NC | April 27 H1N1 Vaccination Campaigns: Austin, TX | May 11 H1N1 Vaccination Campaigns: Seattle, WA | June 7−8 Meeting 9 | August 3−4 Rural Mass Casualty Response | October 6−7 Meeting 10 2011 | March 31 Meeting 11 | May 31 Overwhelmed: Developing crisis standards of care for catastrophic emergencies | June 15 Meeting 12 | October 19 Meeting 13 2012 | February 9 In a Flu Pandemic: Getting Life-Saving Medicines to the Public: Ft. Benton, MT | February 16 In a 14

Flu Pandemic: Getting Life-Saving Medicines to the Public: 2016 | February 25−26 Meeting 24 | June 14−15 Meeting Chattanooga, TN | March 2 In a Flu Pandemic: Getting Life-Saving 25 | September 7−8 Health Approaches in Community-Level Medicines to the Public: Los Angeles, CA | April 11−12 Meeting Strategies to Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization | 14 | July 17−18 Meeting 15 | November 16 Identifying Disaster November 4 Meeting 26 Medical and Public Health Research Priorities: Data Needs Arising in Response to Hurricane Sandy 2017 | March 8−9 Meeting 27 | April 26 The Future of Disaster Health Volunteerism: 2042 | August 9−10 Meeting 28 | 2013 | January 9−10 Meeting 16 | January 23−24 Nationwide November 2−3 Meeting 29 Response Issues After an Improvised Nuclear Device Attack | April 8−9 Meeting 17 | June 10−11 Disaster Preparedness, 2018 | February 16 Meeting 30 | March 20−21 Engaging Response, and Recovery Considerations for Children and the Private-Sector Health Care System in Building Capacity to Families | October 29−30 Meeting 18 | November 18−19 Respond to Threats to the Public’s Health and National Security | The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on U.S. Preparedness August 22−23 Exploring Medical and Public Health Preparedness Resources and Programs for a Nuclear Incident | October 10−11 Meeting 31 2014 | March 26 Regional Disaster Response Coordination to 2019 | February 6−7 Meeting 32 | June 4−5 Impact of Support Health Outcomes: Irvine, CA | April 24−15 Meeting 19 | California Wildfires on Health, Communities, and Preparedness | June 12−13 Enabling Public Health Research During Disasters | June 11−12 Meeting 33 | November 21−22 Crisis Standards of July 24 Regional Disaster Response Coordination to Support Care: Ten Years of Successes and Challenges Health Outcomes: Minneapolis, MN | October 30 Meeting 20 | November 15 Regional Disaster Response Coordination to 2020 | February 6−7 Meeting 34 | June 4 Meeting 35 | Support Health Outcomes: New Orleans, LA November 18 Meeting 36 2015 | February 23−24 Meeting 21 | March 26−27 Enabling Rapid Response and Sustained Capability with Medical Countermeasures to Mitigate Risk of Emerging Infectious Diseases | June 2 Meeting 22 | October 1-2 Meeting 23 15

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