Biological, Chemical and Radiological Terrorism: An Overview of Indicators and Response - A Desk Reference Card
This reference card provides physicians and other healthcare providers with basic information to help identify and respond to patients affected by biological, chemical and nuclear/radiological agents. Healthcare workers should be alert to illness patterns and report these possible exposures that might signal an act of terrorism. This reference card provides a quick overview of various agents, symptoms of exposures and diagnostic tools and treatment.
Psychological Impact of Disaster and Terrorism: Tending to the Hidden Wounds - A Desk Reference Card
One of the most devastating and pervasive results of 9/11 was the impact it had on mental health. The sheer magnitude of the event shattered the sense of safety and security for many. It is now evident that provided care following a major disaster requires that serious attentions to mental disorders. This reference card can be used in the field to the office setting.
"Go" Bag Checklist
This checklist is part of the Physician's Electronic Emergency Preparedness Toolkit and can be used as a standalone resource to aide physicians in emergency preparedness efforts. It includes a comprehensive list of essential items that can be compiled and placed in a physician's office, car and home.
Emergency Planning Checklist for Medical Offices and Clinics
This checklist is part of the Physician's Electronic Emergency Preparedness Toolkit and can be used as a standalone resource to aide physicians' offices in their emergency preparedness efforts. This checklist is an indispensable resource to ensure proper planning and preparation in advance of a public health emergency.
Head Injury in Pediatric and Adult Patients – Desk Reference Card
This reference card provides physicians and other healthcare providers with basic information to help evaluate, diagnose and treat traumatic brain injuries in both pediatric and adult patients.
To order these resources, please contact the Medical Society of the State of New York:
Melissa Hoffman at [email protected] or by phone at (518) 465-8085.
Dwyer Peer-to-Peer Program
This program is a confidential veteran peer-based program named for an Army soldier from New York and has been funded throughout New York State since 2012. This resource lists all of the Dwyer project offices in 16 counties throughout the state and should be used to assist veteran patients or to get more involved in this program.
New York State Vet Centers
This document lists Vet Centers throughout New York state and can be used to guide veteran patients or to get involved at a local Vet Center.
Biological, Chemical and Radiological Terrorism Reference Card
Emergency Planning Checklist
Forging Alliances with Veteran Patients
"Go" Bag Checklist
Head Injury Desk Reference Card
Psychological Impact of Disaster and Terrorism Reference Card