Archive | 2014
NPR “Ebola Update: Nurses on the Front Line”

NPR “Ebola Update: Nurses on the Front Line”

Midday With Dan Rodricks: “Ebola Update: Nurses on the Front Line” Latest developments on the Ebola front and some perspective on what has happened in the U.S. and West Africa over the last week from two faculty members at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing: Tener Goodwin Veenema, an international expert on disaster preparedness […]

MSNBC Video: Are American Cities Ready for an Outbreak?

MSNBC Video: Are American Cities Ready for an Outbreak?

Dr Veenema discusses Ebola and emergent infectious disease outbreaks in conversation with MSNBC’s Betty Nguyen. Are American Cities Ready for an Outbreak? Have U.S. hospitals learned from the mistakes of Dallas? Ebola might not big the big outbreak everyone fears, but is America ready for the next big global health threat? Experts in public health […]

USA Today: Budget Cuts Hurt USA’s Ability to Prepare for Ebola

USA Today: Budget Cuts Hurt USA’s Ability to Prepare for Ebola

USA Today reports on the possible impact of chronic underfunding of US public health infrastructure in light of the Ebola crisis.

AJN Book of the Year Winner

AJN Book of the Year Winner

We are pleased to announce that American Journal of Nursing (AJN) has named Disaster Nursing and Emergency Preparedness for Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Terrorism and Other Hazards among the recipients of their prestigious Book of the Year Awards for 2013. Winning first place in the Environmental Health category and second place in the Community-Public Health […]