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Suggested Citation:"Forum Timeline." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies: 2022 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/27374.
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Suggested Citation:"Forum Timeline." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2023. Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies: 2022 Annual Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/27374.
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Forum Timeline 2007 September 26−27 Meeting 1 2011 March 31 Meeting 11 May 31 Overwhelmed: Developing Crisis 2008 January 22−23 Meeting 2 Standards of Care for Catastrophic Emergencies March 3−4 Medical Countermeasure Dispensing June 15 Meeting 12 May 20 Meeting 3 October 19 Meeting 13 October 20 Meeting 4 2012 February 9 In a Flu Pandemic: Getting Life- 2009 January 28−29 Meeting 5 Saving Medicines to the Public: Ft. Benton, MT June 6 Medical Surge Capacity February 16 In a Flu Pandemic: Getting June 12 Meeting 6 Life-Saving Medicines to the Public: October 29−30 Preparedness Response Chattanooga, TN Capabilities in the National Health Security March 2 In a Flu Pandemic: Getting Life-Saving Strategy Medicines to the Public: Los Angeles, CA November 8 Medical Countermeasure Dispensing: Emergency Use Authorization April 11−12 Meeting 14 November 17 Meeting 7 July 17−18 Meeting 15 November 16 Identifying Disaster Medical 2010 January 13 Meeting 8 and Public Health Research Priorities: Data Needs Arising in Response to Hurricane Sandy February 22 Medical Countermeasures Enterprise: Strategies to Enhance Products April 14 H1N1 Vaccination Campaigns: 2013 January 9−10 Meeting 16 Raleigh, NC January 23−24 Nationwide Response Issues April 27 H1N1 Vaccination Campaigns: After an Improvised Nuclear Device Attack Austin, TX April 8−9 Meeting 17 May 11 H1N1 Vaccination Campaigns: June 10−11 Disaster Preparedness, Response, Seattle, WA and Recovery Considerations for Children June 7−8 Meeting 9 and Families August 3−4 Rural Mass Casualty Response October 29−30 Meeting 18 October 6−7 Meeting 10 November 18−19 The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on U.S. Preparedness Resources and Programs 2022 Annual Report  |  11

2014 March 26 Regional Disaster Response 2018 February 16 Meeting 30 Coordination to Support Health Outcomes: March 20−21 Engaging the Private-Sector Health Irvine, CA Care System in Building Capacity to Respond to April 24−15 Meeting 19 Threats to the Public’s Health and National Security June 12−13 Enabling Public Health Research August 22−23 Exploring Medical and Public During Disasters Health Preparedness for a Nuclear Incident July 24 Regional Disaster Response Coordination October 10−11 Meeting 31 to Support Health Outcomes: Minneapolis, MN October 30 Meeting 20 2019 February 6−7 Meeting 32 November 15 Regional Disaster Response June 4−5 Impact of California Wildfires on Coordination to Support Health Outcomes: Health, Communities, and Preparedness New Orleans, LA June 11−12 Meeting 33 November 21−22 Crisis Standards of Care: 2015 February 23−24 Meeting 21 Ten Years of Successes and Challenges March 26−27 Enabling Rapid Response and Sustained Capability with Medical Countermeasures to Mitigate Risk of Emerging 2020 February 6−7 Meeting 34 Infectious Diseases June 4 Meeting 35 June 2 Meeting 22 November 18 Meeting 36 October 1−2 Meeting 23 2021 March 2 Meeting 37 2016 February 25−26 Meeting 24 June 23 Meeting 38 June 14−15 Meeting 25 September 27–November 22 Evolving Crisis September 7−8 Health Approaches in Standards of Care and Lessons Learned: Community-Level Strategies to Countering Violent A Workshop Series Extremism and Radicalization October 13 Meeting 39 November 4 Meeting 26 2022 February 9 Meeting 40 2017 March 8−9 Meeting 27 May 17−18 Lessons from COVID-19 for the Future April 26 The Future of Disaster Health of the Public Health Emergency Enterprise: What Volunteerism: 2042 Happened to the Plans? August 9−10 Meeting 28 July 18−19 Meeting 41 November 2−3 Meeting 29 October 20−21 Meeting 42 12  |  2022 Annual Report

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The Forum on Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Disasters and Emergencies convenes public- and private-sector leaders to improve the nation’s preparedness for, response to, and recovery from disasters, public health emergencies, and emerging threats. The forum fosters in-depth policy discussion and collaboration to identify barriers and explore solutions to ensure and sustain national security, promote recovery, and enhance resilience. This publication describes the activities of the forum during 2022.

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