Response to Biological, Chemical and Radiation Attack

PUBLIC HEALTH

Response to Biological, Chemical and Radiation Attack

RESOLVED, That the North Carolina Medical Society supports local public health infrastructure for rapid detection of and response to biological, chemical, and radiation attacks; and be it further

RESOLVED, That the North Carolina Medical Society supports the role of the North Carolina Health Care Information and Communications Alliance (NCHICA) as a facilitator of health care providers, public health departments, hospitals, health care systems, universities, biotechnology companies, and appropriate local, state, and federal government agencies so that they may cooperate quickly and effectively in response to such attacks.

(Resolution 32-2001, adopted as amended 11/11/2001)
(revised, Report R-2007, Item 3-23, adopted 10/21/2007)
(reaffirmed, Report F-2012, Item 3-7, adopted 10/27/2012)
(technical corrections, Board Report-2018, Item 108, adopted 11/3/2018)

 
 

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