Public Health Emergency - Leading a Nation Prepared
The June 10-11, 2019 meeting of the National Biodefense Science Board will focus on early results and progress reports from four new programs that were designed to strengthen disaster health preparedness, response and recovery: the Regional Disaster Health Response System; BARDA DRIVe; ASPR’s new Incident Management Team; One Health; and the National Biodefense Strategy. As part of the evolution of the National Disaster Medical System, NBSB will discuss disaster veterinary medicine and National Veterinary Response Teams. The board will also address issues facing the medical community, including disaster medicine training for community physicians and advance practice physicians and learn about ways to develop and operationalize core competencies for disaster medicine.
Meetings of the NBSB are open to the public.
All members of the public are encouraged to provide written comment to the NBSB. All written comments must be received prior to June 10-11, 2019, and should be sent via the
NBSB Contact Form or or via email to
For further questions or comments on the National Biodefense Science Board, please contact us via the
National Biodefense Science Board Contact Form.
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