EXPERTS WARN THAT doctors aren't getting the education they need to treat children in the event of a bioterrorism attack — and that medical facilities may be overrun with pediatric emergencies unless CME activities step up their focus on the impact of terrorism on children. “Unless planners specifically prepare for [child victims], we may be at risk for an adverse outcome,” says Steve Baldwin, MD, a pediatric emergency physician at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham. ...

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