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Coleman CN, Knebel AR, Hick JL, Weinstock DM, Casagrande R, Caro JJ, DeRenzo EG, Dodgen D, Norwood AE, Sherman SE, Cliffer KD, McNally R, Bader JL, Murrain-Hill P. Scarce Resources for Nuclear Detonation: Project Overview and Challenges. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2011.
Knebel AR, Coleman CN, Cliffer KD, Murrain-Hill P, McNally R, Oancea V, Jacobs J, Buddemeier B, Hick J, Weinstock D, Hrdina CM, Taylor T, Matzo M, Bader JL, Livinski A, Parker G, Yeskey K. Allocation of Scarce Resources Following a Nuclear Detonation: Setting the Context. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2011.
DiCarlo AL, Maher C, Hick JL, Hanfling D, Dainiak N, Carr Z, Chao N, Bader JL, Coleman CN, Weinstock DM. Radiation Injury after a Nuclear Detonation: Medical Consequences and the Need for Scarce Resources Allocation. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2011.
Caro JJ, DeRenzo EG, Coleman CN, Weinstock DM, Knebel AR. Resource Allocation Following a Nuclear Detonation Incident: Unaltered Standards of Ethical Decision Making. Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2011.
Dodgen D, Norwood AE, Becker SM, Perez J, Hansen CK. Social, Psychological and Behavioral Responses to a Nuclear Detonation in a US City: Implications for Healthcare Planning and Delivery. Disaster Med Pub Health Prep. 2011.
Sherman, SE. Legal Considerations in a Nuclear Detonation. Disaster Med Pub Health Prep. 2011.
Hick JL, Weinstock DM, Coleman CN, Hanfling D, Cantrill S, Redlener I, Bader JL, Murrain-Hill P, Knebel AR. Healthcare System Planning and Response for a Nuclear Detonation. Disaster Med Pub Health Prep. 2011.
Murrain-Hill P, Coleman CN, Hick JL, Redlener I, Weinstock DM, Koerner JF, Black D, Sanders M, Bader JL, Forsha J, Knebel AR. Medical Response to a Nuclear Detonation: Creating a Playbook for State and Local* Planners and Responders. Disaster Med Pub Health Prep. 2011.
Casagrande R, Wills N, Kramer E, Sumner L, Mussante M, Kurinsky R, McGhee P, Katz L, Weinstock DM, Coleman CN. Using the Model Of Resource and Time-based Triage (MORTT) to Guide Scarce Resource Allocation in the Aftermath of a Nuclear Detonation. Disaster Med Pub Health Prep. 2011.
Coleman CN, Casagrande R, Hick JL, Weinstock DM, Bader JL, Chang F, Nemhauser JB, Knebel AR. Triage and Treatment Tools for Use in a Scarce Resources – Crisis Standards of Care Setting following a Nuclear Detonation. Disaster Med Pub Health Prep. 2011.
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