Since the attacks of 9/11, the U.S. government has provided funding to federal, state, and local emergency response entities in order to prepare better for accidental, intentional, and natural threats. Public health departments have received grant funding in order to implement, maintain, and exercise response plans within their purview. In this video based on her CHDS Master’s thesis, Kore Redden analyzes real-world emergencies and the lessons learned from them to demonstrate that grant funding is falling short of its goal by not assessing for operational content and practicality.
*This presentation includes content from information and events transpiring from 2000 to 2020; current emerging diseases and events are not contained in this presentation.
About the Presenter
Kore Redden is the Bio-Defense Preparedness and Response Division Manager for Pinal County Public Health Services District in Arizona and an alumni of the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security.