F M Burkle
Affiliation: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Health and politics in the 2003 war with Iraq: lessons learnedFrederick M Burkle
The Center for International Emergency, Disaster, and Refugee Studies, Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD, USA
Lancet 364:1371-5. 2004
- Complex humanitarian emergencies: a review of epidemiological and response modelsF M Burkle
Department of Public Health Sciences and Epidemiology, Asia Pacific Center for Biosecurity, Disaster and Conflict Research John A Burns School of Medicine University of Hawaii, USA
J Postgrad Med 52:110-5. 2006..Even though CEs are declining in number, they have become more complex and dangerous. The UN Charter reform is expected to address internal conflicts and genocide but may not provide a more effective and efficient means to respond...
- Mass casualty management of a large-scale bioterrorist event: an epidemiological approach that shapes triage decisionsFrederick M Burkle
Center for International Emergency, Disaster and Refugee Studies, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, 1830 East Monument Street, Suite 6 100, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
Emerg Med Clin North Am 20:409-36. 2002..Such standards of care, it is recommended, should be set at the local to federal levels and spelled out in existing incident-management system protocols...
- Population-based triage management in response to surge-capacity requirements during a large-scale bioevent disasterFrederick M Burkle
Center for Disaster and Refugee Studies, Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD, USA
Acad Emerg Med 13:1118-29. 2006....
- Measures of effectiveness in large-scale bioterrorism eventsFrederick M Burkle
Biosecurity and Health Preparedness Expansion Grant, University of Texas at Houston, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 18:258-62. 2003....
- Medical relief personnel in complex emergencies: perceptions of effectiveness in the former YugoslaviaM J VanRooyen
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Emergency Medicine, Center for International Emergency Medicine Studies, 1830 E Monument St, Suite 6 100, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 16:145-9. 2001..This study supports existing epidemiological models of complex emergencies, especially when high trauma-related mortality and morbidity are likely to occur...
- Integrating international responses to complex emergencies, unconventional war, and terrorismFrederick M Burkle
Asia Pacific Branch of the Center for International Emergency, Disaster and Refugee Studies, Schools of Medicine and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD, USA
Crit Care Med 33:S7-12. 2005..Public health, broadly defined, must be recognized as a security and strategic requirement, one that serves to build a foundation for an international integrated response capacity...
- Challenges and opportunities for humanitarian relief in AfghanistanTrueman W Sharp
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 20814, USA
Clin Infect Dis 34:S215-28. 2002..Over the long term, effective medical and public health relief efforts will be an essential part of rehabilitating and rebuilding this devastated country...
- The changing face of disaster management: implications for healthcare providers in the Pacific IslandsFrederick M Burkle
The Center for International Emergency, Disaster and Refugee Studies, The Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Pac Health Dialog 9:55-7. 2002
- The concept of assisted management of large-scale disasters by horizontal organizationsF M Burkle
Center for International Emergency, Disaster and Refugee Studies, Departments of Emergency Medicine and International Health, Schools of Medicine and Public Health, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 16:128-37. 2001..Because of the multiagency and highly technical multidisciplinary requirements for decision-making in chemical and biological disasters, similar horizontal management options must be considered...
- Emergency medical assistance team response following Taiwan Chi-Chi earthquakeEdbert B Hsu
Center for International Emergency, Disaster and Refugee Studies, Departments of Emergency Medicine and International Health, Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 17:17-22. 2002..The event resulted in 2,405 deaths and 11,306 injuries. Ad hoc emergency medical assistance teams (EMATs) from Taiwan assumed the responsibility for initiating early assessments and providing medical care...
- The professionalization of humanitarian health assistance: report of a survey on what humanitarian health workers tell usMamata Kene
Division of International Health and Humanitarian Programs, Department of Emergency Medicine, Brigham and Women s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 24:s210-6. 2009....
- Anatomy of an ambush: security risks facing international humanitarian assistanceFrederick M Burkle
The Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutions, USA
Disasters 29:26-37. 2005..They must obtain pre-deployment situational awareness education, security training and optimal protective equipment and vehicles...
- Definition and functions of health unified command and emergency operations centers for large-scale bioevent disasters within the existing ICSFrederick M Burkle
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard University School of Public Health, Boston, MA, USA
Disaster Med Public Health Prep 1:135-41. 2007....
- Military-civic action and the 4th Geneva Convention: lessons learned or ignored?Frederick M Burkle
Prehosp Disaster Med 21:139-40. 2006
- Utility of fear severity and individual resilience scoring as a surge capacity, triage management tool during large-scale, bio-event disastersH Stefan Bracha
National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Pacific Islands Division, Department of Veterans Affairs, Pacific Islands Health Care System, Spark M Matsunaga Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii 96819, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 21:290-6; discussion 297-8. 2006....
- Community reaction to bioterrorism: prospective study of simulated outbreakCleto DiGiovanni
National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Emerg Infect Dis 9:708-12. 2003..All groups demanded, and put more trust in, information from local sources. These findings may have implications for risk communication during bioterrorism-related outbreaks...
- Disaster triage systems for large-scale catastrophic eventsNathan A Bostick
Center forPublic Health Preparedness and Disaster Response, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL 60610, USA
Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2:S35-9. 2008....
- Evolving need for alternative triage management in public health emergencies: a Hurricane Katrina case studyKelly R Klein
Section of EMS, Homeland Security and Disaster Medicine, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX 75390 8890, USA
Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2:S40-4. 2008....
- Violence-related mortality in Iraq, 2002-2006Edward J Mills
N Engl J Med 359:432; author reply 434. 2008
- Becoming responsible in a "socially seismic" environment: mental health as a marker of community recoveryFrederick M Burkle
Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2:73-4. 2008
- A consensus-based educational framework and competency set for the discipline of disaster medicine and public health preparednessItalo Subbarao
Public Health Readiness Office, American Medical Association, USA
Disaster Med Public Health Prep 2:57-68. 2008....
- Excess mortality in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: a preliminary reportKEVIN U STEPHENS
New Orleans Health Department, 1300 Perdido St, Room 8E18, New Orleans, LA 70112, USA
Disaster Med Public Health Prep 1:15-20. 2007....
- Measuring humanitarian assistance in conflictsFrederick M Burkle
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Lancet 371:189-90. 2008
- Public health emergencies, cancer, and the legacy of KatrinaFrederick M Burkle
Prehosp Disaster Med 22:291-2. 2007
- Maintaining baseline, corrective surgical care during asymmetrical warfare: a case study of a humanitarian mission in the safe zone of a neighboring countryK A Kelly McQueen
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 22:3-7; discussion 8. 2007..Although complications may occur during transport, treatment within a safe zone is a solution for providing services in an insecure environment...
- Pediatric trauma at tertiary-level hospitals in the aftermath of the Bam, Iran EarthquakeMarzieh Sabzehchian
Baqiyatallah Military Health Research Center, Mollasardra, Vanak, Tehran, Iran
Prehosp Disaster Med 21:336-9. 2006..Lower extremity injuries were more common than upper extremity injuries. A total of 65 operations were performed: 52 (80%) orthopedic, eight (12.3%) general, and five (7.7%) neurosurgical...
- Mortality in IraqFrederick M Burkle
Lancet 369:104. 2007
- Difficult discussions: military intervention and United Nation reformFrederick M Burkle
Prehosp Disaster Med 21:286-7. 2006
- A proposed universal medical and public health definition of terrorismJeffrey L Arnold
Yale New Haven Center for Emergency and Terrorism Preparedness, 1 Church Street, 5th Floor, New Haven, CT 06510, USA
Prehosp Disaster Med 18:47-52. 2003....
- Development of a triage protocol for critical care during an influenza pandemicMichael D Christian
Division of Infectious Diseases and Critical Care, Department of Postgraduate Medicine, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont
CMAJ 175:1377-81. 2006..Of particular concern in this planning is the allocation of resources, such as ventilators and antiviral medications, which will likely become scarce during a pandemic...