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Military Preventive Medicine: Mobilization and Deployment, Vol 2

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Front Matter

SECTION 5: Epidemiology in the Field
  1. Disease and Nonbattle Injury Surveillance: Outcome Measure for Force Health Protection
  2. Outbreak Investigation
  3. Epidemiologic Measurement: Basic Concepts and Methods
  4. Laboratory Support for Infectious Disease Investigations in the Field
SECTION 6: Infectious Diseases of Concern
  1. Diseases Transmitted Primarily by Arthropod Vectors
  2. Diseases Transmitted Primarily from Animals to Humans
  3. Diseases Transmitted by Food, Water, and Soil
  4. Diseases Spread by Close Personal Contact
  5. Diseases Controlled Primarily by Vaccination
  6. Principles of Infection Control and Prevention During Military Deployment
SECTION 7: Preventive Medicine Efforts Following Disasters
  1. The Challenge of Humanitarian Assistance in the Aftermath of Disasters
  2. Military and Public Health Aspects of Natural Disasters
  3. Complex Emergencies
  4. Public Health Perspectives Related to Technological Disasters and Terrorism
  5. The International Humanitarian Response System and the US Military
  6. Domestic Disaster Response: FEMA and Other Governmental Organizations
  7. Nutritional Assessment and Nutritional Needs of Refugee or Displaced Populations
SECTION 8: Postdeployment
  1. Psychological Aspects of Deployment and Reunion
  2. Medical Issues in Redeployment

Abbreviations and Acronyms


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