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Survey: Nurses need more EM training, education

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November 25, 2020

by Son Hoang (shoang@blr.com), HealthLeaders Media

In addition to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the United States and the world continues to be challenged by disasters, such as droughts, earthquakes, fires, floods, severe weather events, and terrorism.

When they occur, nurses are called on to respond during and following a disaster.

“Nurses are widely recognized for the key roles they play in disaster preparedness and response,” says Charleen C. McNeill, PhD, MSN, RN, an associate professor in the nursing science department at East Carolina University College of Nursing in Greenville, North Carolina.

In addition to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the United States and the world continues to be challenged by disasters, such as droughts, earthquakes, fires, floods, severe weather events, and terrorism.



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