Worker Preparedness and Response to Bioterrorism. (posted
by Edward W. Cetaruk, M.D.
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Denver, Colorado
To be able to list biological agents that may be weaponized; To describe the process of weaponization; To develop an understanding of the bioterrorist threat; To be able to recognize a biological attack.
Several versions of the PowerPoint are available, all on the same CD-ROM from AOEC headquarters. Links below are posted here. (link to : "Powerpoint" on this page [Is this link necessary?])
A) Presenter Text-Core Slides Only, Word File (link to: CDC_Bioterrorism_Reference_Material.doc ) = 400K; Powerpoint (lin k to: Worker_Preparedness_&_Response_to_Bioterrorism.ppt ) =10 Mb Online View of PowerPoint (broken link )
B) Presenter Summary, Word File= 200K; Powerpoint=10 Mb
C) Complete, includes supplemental slides, Word File= 700K; Powerpoint=20 Mb
CDC Reference Material on Bioterrorism, (link to: CDC_Bioterrorism_Reference_Material.doc ) Word file=133K
Handout-One page information and resource guide , (link to: One_page_Handout_&_resource_guide.doc ) Word file=45k
Internet Resources on Bioterrorism , (link to: Internet_Resources.doc ) Word file=48k
Module User Memo-Read First , (link to: Read_First.doc ) Word file=29k
Questions for Participants , (link to: Questions_for_Participants.doc ) Word file=35k
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