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Free Emergency Preparedness articles until May 31

Dear Colleagues:

Just a reminder.

Free access to a dozen current clinical articles on emergency preparedness ends May 31.

I hope you find this information useful.

The original announcement, in case you missed it is as follows: These resources will be useful for clinicians for emergency preparedness from 2013 publications, several articles from an special issue of Southern Medical Journal, as well as articles from Journal of Burn Care & Research, and Journal of Trauma Nursing. Free access to this content will be made available until May 31st, 2013. You are welcome to inform clinicians in your institutions of this availability. Use this link to access the content: We will update this new “Disaster Planning and Emergency Preparedness Center” as appropriate. You are encouraged to link to it.

Southern Medical Journal Free access to nine articles in SMJ’s January 2013 special issue on Disaster Preparedness. The articles include real-life experiences with patient care in disaster situations to support physician and health care system preparedness, such as: physician’s ethical and legal responsibilities and challenges, engaging healthcare providers for disaster response planning, a new method for vertical hospital evacuations, simulation case scenarios to teach bioterrorism using Anthrax and Sarin, and caring for elderly adults for improved health outcomes during disaster recovery.

Journal of Burn Care & Research The March/April 2013 issue includes an expert panel white paper authored by experienced, active-practice burn surgeons and experts in surgical coding and is the first and only definitive and authoritative resource of burn-specific information developed for Medical Directors in government and third-party payer health care programs.

Journal of Trauma Nursing Free access to two articles with the latest peer-reviewed content for nursing professionals and all healthcare providers involved in trauma care, from first responder through rehabilitation. I hope this assists. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Michelle M. Volesko Brewer

michelle.brewer @

Librarian/Manager Market Intelligence

Wolters Kluwer Health Medical Research Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Ovid Technologies

333 Seventh Avenue, 20th FL

New York, NY 10001

646-674-6471 tel

646-660-5817 mobile


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