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F List of Speakers and Registered Attendees Kay Aaby Roy Alson Montgomery County Department of Emergency Department of Health and Medicine/Wake Forest Human Services University School of Medicine David Adams Office of Health Brian Altman Affairs/Department of National Center for Disaster Homeland Security Medicine and Public Health Erik Adams Armin Ansari Office of the Secretary of Radiation Studies Defense Branch/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Steve Adams Office of Public Health Stephen Antopol Preparedness and Waterbury Hospital Response/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mircea (Mike) Ardelean Walter Reed National Military Aysha Akhtar Medical Center Office of Counterterrorism and Emerging Threats/Food and Stacey Arnesen Drug Administration National Library of Medicine/National Institutes John Alden of Health Yuma County Public Health Services District Mario Arredondo Columbia University, Mailman Mohammed Aliyu School of Public Health Amadu Bello University Zaria Patrick Ashley Prince William Health District 149

150 NATIONWIDE RESPONSE ISSUES AFTER AN IND ATTACK Jennifer Atas Deborah Boyle Michigan Region 2 South Office of Health Healthcare Coalition Affairs/Department of Homeland Security Pam Barnard Office of Health Shayne Brannman Affairs/Department of Office of the Assistant Secretary Homeland Security for Public Health Emergency Preparedness/Department of Karen Becker Health and Human Services Office of Health Affairs/Department of Charlie Brannon Homeland Security Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Steven Becker College of Health Sciences, Old Kathryn Brinsfield Dominion University National Security Staff Dean BeLer Jason Brookbank Virginia Department of Health Center for Devices and Radiological Health/Food and Annette Bertelson Drug Administration Trauma Center Association of America Brenda Brooks Food and Drug Administration Amarjeet Bhullar Food and Drug Administration Heather Brown Office of Health Jeffrey Blizzard Affairs/Department of Federal Emergency Homeland Security Management Agency Yandace Brown James Blumenstock Office of Health Association of State and Affairs/Department of Territorial Health Officials Homeland Security David Bowman Brooke Buddemeier Department of Energy Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

APPENDIX F 151 Melinda Byrns Adam Cox Inova Fairfax Hospital Health Science and Technology Sciences Library Directorate/Department of Homeland Security Duane Caneva Office of Health John Cuellar Affairs/Department of Office of Health Homeland Security Affairs/Department of Homeland Security Jim Cassata National Council on Radiation Derrin Culp Protection and Measurements National Center for Disaster Preparedness/Columbia Karen Cieslewicz University American Military University Timothy Davis Gordon Cleveland Office of the Assistant Secretary National Center for Animal for Preparedness and Health Emergency Response/Department of Management/Department of Health and Human Services Agriculture John Degnan C. Norman Coleman Eastern Highlands Health Office of the Assistant Secretary District for Preparedness and Response/National Institutes Scott Deitchman of Health National Center for Environmental Health/Agency Timothy Cooper for Toxic Substance and Delaware Division of Public Disease Registry, Centers for Health Disease Control and Prevention Gil Cosnett Tetra-Tech Jennifer Dickey Center for Devices and Brooke Courtney Radiological Health/Food and Office of Counterterrorism and Drug Administration Emerging Threats/Food and Drug Administration

152 NATIONWIDE RESPONSE ISSUES AFTER AN IND ATTACK Alisa Diggs Crystal Franco Maricopa County Department of Department of Homeland Public Health Security Integrated Terrorism Risk Assessment Program Laura Dresen Indiana Department of James Franks Homeland Security Naval Dosimetry Center Andrew Eggins Carl French National Association of County Berkeley County Health and City Health Officials Department Steven Englender Andy Garrett Cincinnati Health Department Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Robert Farmer Response/Department of Federal Emergency Health and Human Services Management Agency Daniel Gerrig Sam Finklea Office of the Secretary of South Carolina Department of Defense Health and Environmental Control Doug Gieryn Winnebago County Health Shira Flax Department Department of Homeland Security Richard Goddard Prince George’s County Health Bruce Foreman Department Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Mordy Goldfeder High-Yield Explosives Office of Emergency Branch/Federal Emergency Management, NYC Management Agency Chad Gorman Betsy Forinash Response Directorate/Federal Radiation Protection Emergency Management Division/Environmental Agency Protection Agency

APPENDIX F 153 Robert Gougelet Michelle Holshue Geisel School of Medicine American Public Health Association Ken Groves National Council on Radiation Jerome Holton Protection and Measurements Office of Health Affairs/Department of Elin Gursky Homeland Security Analytic Services Inc. Adam Hutter Diana Hadzibegovic Science and Technology Department of Health and Directorate/Department of Human Services Homeland Security Dan Hanfling Carol Iddins Inova Health Systems Radiation Emergency Assistance Center Training Richard Hansen Site/Department of Energy National Security Technologies, LLC, CTOS-Center for Richard Jaffe Radiological/Nuclear Training Office of the Assistant Secretary at the Nevada National for Preparedness and Security Site Response/Department of Health and Human Services Katherine Harmon, PA-C iJET International James James Center for Public Health Ulister “Jimmy” Harris Preparedness and Disaster Office of Health Response Affairs/Department of Homeland Security Alyson Jordan National Association of County Jack Herrmann and City Health Officials National Association of County and City Health Officials Angela Jouett Calcasieu Medical Reserve David Hesselmeyer Corps Scotland County Health Department

154 NATIONWIDE RESPONSE ISSUES AFTER AN IND ATTACK Lisa Kaplowitz Allison Kumar Office of the Assistant Secretary Food and Drug Administration for Preparedness and Response/Department of Cyndi Lake Health and Human Services Alexandria Health Department Sarah Keally Thomas Langer National Association of County Kansas Department of Health and City Health Officials and Environment Peggy Keller Robert Levin District of Columbia Ventura County Public Health Department of Health Deborah Levy John Koerner Division of Strategic National Office of the Assistant Secretary Stockpile/Centers for Disease for Preparedness and Control and Prevention Response/Department of Health and Human Services Dara Lieberman Trust for America’s Health Allyson Koncke-Fernandez Chemical, Biological, Onora Lien Radiological, Nuclear, and Northwest Healthcare Response High-Yield Explosives Network at Public Health Branch/Federal Emergency Seattle & King County Management Agency Alicia Livinski George Korch National Institutes of Health Office of the Assistant Secretary Library for Preparedness and Response/Department of Gregg Lord Health and Human Services Office of Preparedness and Emergency Operations/Office Mrudang Kothari of the Assistant Secretary for Bioterrorism Division, Health Preparedness and Emergency Preparedness and Response/Department of Response Administration/DC Health and Human Services Department of Health

APPENDIX F 155 Chris Mangal Margaret McMahon Association of Public Health Emergency Nurses Association Laboratories Mark Michaud Irene March Navy Bureau of Medicine and Office of Health Surgery Affairs/Department of Homeland Security Charles Miller Radiation Studies David Marcozzi Branch/Centers for Disease Office of the Assistant Secretary Control and Prevention for Preparedness and Response/Department of Matthew Minson Health and Human Services Texas Engineering Extension Service/Texas A&M Brett Maycock University Office of Health Affairs/Department of Georgianne Mitchell Homeland Security NORTHSTAR Global Response Ruth McBurney Sue Mohnkern Conference of Radiation Washington County Department Control Program Directors of Health and Human Services Ed McDonough Maryland Emergency Jonathon Monken Management Agency Illinois Emergency Management Agency Michael McElwain Texas Department of State Chris Moore Health Services Texas Department of State Health Services Anthony McIntyre Office of Health Sanghamitra Mukhopadhyay Affairs/Department of U.S. Army Medical Research Homeland Security and Materiel Command Suzet McKinney Chicago Department of Public Health

156 NATIONWIDE RESPONSE ISSUES AFTER AN IND ATTACK Francesca Music John Osborn Office of the Asst. Secretary of Mayo Clinic College of Defense for Health Medicine Affairs/Department of Defense Tara O’Toole Science and Technology Dwayne Myal Directorate/Department of Chemical, Biological, Homeland Security Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives David Pasquale Branch/Federal Emergency National Security Technologies, Management Agency LLC, CTOS-Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training Erin Myers at the Nevada National University of Maryland Security Site Baltimore College Richard Patrick Jeffrey Nemhauser Office of Health Office of Public Health Affairs/Department of Preparedness and Homeland Security Response/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sally Phillips Office of Health Jennifer Nieratko Affairs/Department of National Association of County Homeland Security and City Health Officials Alonzo Plough Ann Norwood Los Angeles County Center for Biosecurity of Department of Public Health University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Linda Popels Delaware Division of Public Michael Noska Health Food and Drug Administration Neha Puppala Leann Orr Medical Faculty Siouxland District Health Associates/George Department Washington University

APPENDIX F 157 Judith Qualters Kristie Robson National Center for M3B6 Contingency Environmental Operations Hazards/Environmental Hazards & Health Barbara Rogers Effects/Centers for Disease Centers for Disease Control and Control and Prevention Prevention Lewis Radonovich Adela Salame-Alfie Office of Public Health and Division of Environmental Environmental Health Investigation/New Hazards/Veterans Health York State Department of Administration Health Rob Raulli Lee Sawyer Chemical, Biological, Office of Health Radiological, Nuclear, and Affairs/Department of High-Yield Explosives Homeland Security Countermeasures/Biomedical Advanced Research and Jordan Schell Development Authority Lovelace Respiratory Institute Irwin Redlener Ellen Schenk National Center for Disaster Office of Emergency Medical Preparedness/Columbia Services/National Highway University Traffic Safety Administration Alan Remick Kenneth Schor Department of Energy National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Aaron Resnick Health/Uniformed Services Inova Fairfax Hospital University of the Health Sciences Joshua Robinette Health Emergency Preparedness Suzanne Schwartz and Response Center for Devices and Administration/DC Radiological Health/Food and Department of Health Drug Administration

158 NATIONWIDE RESPONSE ISSUES AFTER AN IND ATTACK Robert Segal Paul Strang Discovery Labs Office of Health Affairs/Department of Brad Setser Homeland Security Office of Health Affairs/Department of Kandra Strauss-Riggs Homeland Security National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Robert Shaw Health/Uniformed Services Office of Health University of the Health Affairs/Department of Sciences Homeland Security Daniela Stricklin Angela Shogren Applied Research Associates Environmental Protection Agency Mitch Stripling Emergency Planning/New York Owen Siegel City Department of Health Children’s Hospital of and Mental Hygiene Philadelphia/Radiation Injury Treatment Network Amy Tarte Alexandria Health Department Frank Singleton Lowell Health Department Nikhil Thakur Center for Devices and Daniel Sosin Radiological Health/Food and Office of Public Health Drug Administration Preparedness and Response/Centers for Disease Eric Toner Control and Prevention Center for Biosecurity, University of Pittsburgh James Spahr Medical Center National Institute for Occupational Safety and Ciro Ugarte Health/Centers for Disease World Health Organization Control and Prevention Jama VanHorne-Sealy Bill Stephens Uniformed Services Hassett Willis University of the Health Sciences

APPENDIX F 159 Lee Veal John White Environmental Protection VA North Texas Health Care Agency System/Conference of Radiation Control Program Andrew Velasquez III Directors Federal Emergency Management Agency Region Gamunu Wijetunge V/Department of Homeland Office of Emergency Medical Security Services/National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Rodney Wallace Biomedical Advanced Research John Williamson and Development Florida Department of Health Authority/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Jody Wireman Preparedness and Force Health Protections/U.S. Response/Department of Northern Command Health and Human Services Kent Wood David Weinstock Callaway County Health Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Department Dan Weisdorf Kevin Yeskey Radiation Injury Treatment MDB, Inc. Network Keith Zandbergen Susan Wherley Cost Assessment and Program National Association of County Evaluation/Office of the and City Health Officials Secretary of Defense Robert Whitcomb Susan Zhao Radiation Studies Food and Drug Administration Branch/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Our nation faces the distinct possibility of a catastrophic terrorist attack using an improvised nuclear device (IND), according to international and U.S. intelligence. Detonation of an IND in a major U.S. city would result in tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of victims and would overwhelm public health, emergency response, and health care systems, not to mention creating unprecedented social and economic challenges. While preparing for an IND may seem futile at first glance, thousands of lives can be saved by informed planning and decision making prior to and following an attack.

In 2009, the Institute of Medicine published the proceedings of a workshop assessing the health and medical preparedness for responding to an IND detonation. Since that time, multiple federal and other publications have added layers of detail to this conceptual framework, resulting in a significant body of literature and guidance. However, there has been only limited planning effort at the local level as much of the federal guidance has not been translated into action for states, cities and counties. According to an informal survey of community preparedness by the National Association of City and County Health Officials (NACCHO), planning for a radiation incident ranked lowest in priority among other hazards by 2,800 local health departments.

The focus of Nationwide Response Issues After an Improvised Nuclear Device Attack: Medical and Public Health Considerations for Neighboring Jurisdictions: Workshop Summary is on key response requirements faced by public health and health care systems in response to an IND detonation, especially those planning needs of outlying state and local jurisdictions from the detonation site. The specific meeting objectives were as follows:

- Understand the differences between types of radiation incidents and implications of an IND attack on outlying communities.

-Highlight current planning efforts at the federal, state, and local level as well as challenges to the implementation of operational plans.

-Examine gaps in planning efforts and possible challenges and solutions.

-Identify considerations for public health reception centers: how public health and health care interface with functions and staffing and how radiological assessments and triage be handled.

-Discuss the possibilities and benefits of integration of disaster transport systems.

-Explore roles of regional health care coalitions in coordination of health care response.

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