Chemical Disaster Decontamination Drill
Hospital decontamination team members cut away contaminated clothing from a victim (mannequin) during a mock chemical contamination disaster.
The mission of the Institute for Disaster Management (DMAN) is to reduce the casualties and social disruption from Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) events and natural disasters through engagement in planning, mitigation, risk analysis, professional training, and the development of response capabilities and infrastructure.
PHI Ep. 33- Emergency Preparedness Hospital Drill
The UGA College of Public Health presents another episode of "Public Health Impact". In this episode, Dr. Phaedra Corso and Dr. Cham Dallas discuss emergency response and UGA's Institute of Disaster Management. Footage...
What Happened at Fukushima and Why
Katie Couric interviews Dr. Cham Dallas on the mechanics of the Fukushima disaster, the contrast with Chernobyl, and how the US is prepared to meet similar challenges.
The Psychological Effects of Radiation Contamination
In a CNN interview, Dr. Cham Dallas discusses the mechanics of a nuclear meltdown and it's psychological effects on the population.
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