Public Health - Finding a Seat at the Homeland Security Table [video]
Center for Homeland Defense and Security Naval Postgraduate School
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[1 Mar 2007]. An enlightening interview on public health in homeland security. In this video, Ms. Scott outlines the difference between the medical health and public health. She discusses how public health is working to meet the challenges of being under-funded and understaffed and stresses the need for private and public agencies to coordinate and leverage resources when dealing with complicated health issues surrounding incidents like pandemic influenza or natural disasters.
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