College of Arts & Sciences
AGENCY BRIEFINGS The opioid overdose epidemic has been characterized as the worst public health crisis in Pennsylvania, and the nation. Not only practitioners but also institutions of higher education with high research capacity, such as Penn State, are applying existing and developing new instruments to address opioid the crisis. Identifying best practices of preventing, protecting from, mitigating against, responding to, and recovering from opioid overdose outbreak is necessary for public health and safety and important for the overall homeland security enterprise, in consistency with the objectives of the Quadrennial Homeland Security Reviews (QHSR), the National Preparedness Goal (NPG), and the annual National Preparedness Reports.
Penn State Center for Security Research and Education
PEMA Headquarters, Harrisburg, PA
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Siedschlag, A., & Lu, T. (2019). After-Action Report: Tabletop Exercise on Opioid Crisis Response and Resilience. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1877
Dr. Siedschlag was not affiliated with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the time this paper was published.