• The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting as tipping point: “This Time Is Different”
  • Epidemic activity after natural disasters without high mortality in developing settings
  • Reducing the risk of public health emergencies for the world’s largest mass gathering: 2010 World Exposition, Shanghai China
  • Addressing the gap between public health emergency planning and incident response: Lessons learned from the 2009 H1N1 outbreak in San Diego County

 The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting as tipping point: “This Time Is Different”

James M Shultz, Glenn W Muschert, Alison Dingwall and Alyssa M Cohen

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 Epidemic activity after natural disasters without high mortality in developing settings

Manuel J Loayza-Alarico, Andres G Lescano, Luis A Suarez-Ognio, Gladys M Ramirez-Prada and David L Blazes

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 Reducing the risk of public health emergencies for the world’s largest mass gathering: 2010 World Exposition, Shanghai China

Xiaodong Sun, Mark Keim, Yongchao He, Mollie Mahany and Zheng'an Yuan

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 Addressing the gap between public health emergency planning and incident response: Lessons learned from the 2009 H1N1 outbreak in San Diego County

Ariela M Freedman, Michele Mindlin, Christopher Morley, Meghan Griffin, Wilma Wooten and Kathleen Miner

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Yuval Neria
Columbia University College of
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James M. Shultz
University of Miami Miller
School of Medicine