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Published Articles

 Goolsby, C., Branting A., Chen, E., Mack, E., Olsen, C. Just-in-Time to Save Lives: A Study of Layperson Tourniquet Application. Academic Emergency Medicine. September 2015;22(9): P.1113-7 (Epub August 20, 2015).

Millin M, Jenkins L, Kirsch TD:  A comparative analysis of two external healthcare disaster responses following Hurricane Katrina.  Prehospital Emergency Care 2006;10:451–456.

Pant AJ, Kirsch TD, Subbarao IS, Hsieh YS, Vu A. Faith-based organizations and sustainable sheltering Operations in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina: Implications for Informal Network Utilization.  Prehosp Disast Med 2008:23(1): 48-54.

Greenough GP, Lappi, MD, Hsu E, Fink S, Hsieh YH, Vu A, Heaton C, Kirsch TD. Burden of disease and health status among Hurricane Katrina-displaced persons in shelters: A population-based cluster sample. Ann Emerg Med 2008; 51(4): 426-32.

Brahmbhatt D, Chan J, Mowafi H, Hsu E, Kirsch TD, Quereshi A, Greenough PG.  Public health preparedness of post-Katrina and Rita shelter health staff.   Prehosp Disaster Med 2009;24(6):500-5.


Enhancing the Translation of Disaster Health Competencies into Practice (February 2014) proposes revisions to the 2012 pyramid learning framework from the article "Core Competencies for Disaster Medicine and Public Health". Located in Knowledge & Learning - Translating Competencies


Proposals for Aligning Disaster Health Competency Models(February 2013) provides suggestions for standardizing and aligning the building blocks of disaster health competency models.  - Pediatric Preparedness


Toward a Pediatric Disaster Health Core Curriculum (April 2012) is a letter to the editor of the Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness Journal detailing the NCDMPH's efforts toward a competency-based curriculum for responding to children's needs during a disaster Located in Knowledge & Learning - Pediatric Preparedness


Core Competencies for Disaster Medicine and Public Health(March 2012) is a co-authored set of 11 core competencies and 36 sub-competencies that can be reasonably expected of all potential Emergency Support Function #8 (ESF-8) responders Located in Knowledge & Learning - Competencies