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The videos below offer additional information about issues relevant to the Rad Resilient City Preparedness Checklist and efforts to make cities more resilient after a nuclear detonation.


Reducing Consequences of a Nuclear Detonation.
Brooke Buddemeier, Global Security Directorate, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
(Radiation Preparedness and Clinical Applications Seminar, January 2010.)


Nuclear Dangers: “A Strange Turn of History”
Joan Rohlfing, President, Nuclear Threat Initiative
(Preparing to Save Lives and Recover After a Nuclear Detonation: Implications for U.S. Policy, April 2010.)


Preparing the Public to Take Protective Actions Against Fallout
Discussion moderated by Ann Norwood, with panelists Monica Schoch-Spana, Dennis Mileti,and David McKernan.
(Advancing U.S. Resilience to a Nuclear Catastrophe, May 2011.)


Saving Lives After a Nuclear Detonation: Making the Best Use of Medical Resources
Discussion moderated by Richard Waldhorn, with panelists C. Norman Coleman, David Weinstock, Irwin Redlener, and Ann Knebel, ASPR, HHS.
(Preparing to Save Lives and Recover After a Nuclear Detonation: Implications for U.S. Policy, April 2010.)


New Proposals and Recent Progress on Medical Response to a Nuclear Detonation
Discussion moderated by Richard Waldhorn, with panelists John Hick, David Weinstock, and Eric Toner.
(Advancing U.S. Resilience to a Nuclear Catastrophe, May 2011.)

 

 

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