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Recognizing that TB has been one of the most neglected international health problems and that the TB epidemic is rampant in many parts of the world, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared TB to be a global health emergency in 1993 (23).
      
A preliminary framework to measure public health emergency response capacity
      
To provide a scientific guide for most countries in the world to build a complete public health emergency management system.
      
Capacity assessment theory and emergency management theory were reviewed respectively and linked together to construct a preliminary, two-dimensional public health emergency response capacity framework.
      
A preliminary framework for public health emergency response capacity was obtained, which consists of three levels: the systems level, the organizational level, and the individual level.
      
This preliminary framework can act as a theoretical guide for a country or a region to set up their own public health emergency response systems.
      
Of great concern is the likely emergence of vancomycin-resistant staphylococci, which would constitute a public health emergency.
      
Public Health Emergency on Planet Earth: Insights from the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment
      
This resurgence has been attributed to the HIV epidemic and TB has been declared as a global health emergency by WHO in 1993.
      
Unfortunately, the recent discovery of high levels of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater in Bangladesh used for drinking purposes has led one international agency to describe the situation as a major public health emergency.
      
This paper illustrates how ESID principles were used to develop, test, and disseminate an innovative social model and discusses the challenges of applying ESID methodology in the midst of a public health emergency.
      
Various factors may contribute to cyclicalfluctuations in mental health emergency serviceutilization.
      
Age and gender were important variables in mental health emergency situations.
      
This paper highlights LHD responses that alleviated adverse impacts during this public health emergency.
      
Dependent variables were mental health emergency room use, treatment initiation, treatment engagement, and family treatment for child patients.
      
A surprising finding was that 90% of the nurses reported at least one barrier to their ability to report to duty in the event of a public health emergency.
      
Legislation passed in 2000 allowed syringe exchange programs (SEPs) in California to operate legally if local jurisdictions declare a local HIV public health emergency.
      
Appendix IV sets out the intersectoral actions likely to be required in the response to a national health emergency from an infectious disease.
      
A possible starting point is to integrate the health emergency report system with the patient care systems of the leading hospitals in a country.
      
A suspected case of smallpox is a public health emergency.
      
 

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