The American Academy of Family Physicians' Web site on bioterrorism provides education materials, terrorism updates, preparedness information, and other resources.
The American Academy of Pediatrics posts information about helping children in times of terrorism and other disasters.
The Centers for Disease Control Web site on bioterrorism provides information about biological threats and emergency contact information.
The National Advisory Committee on Children and Terrorism Web page, maintained by the CDC, provides policy information on the nation's readiness to cope with bioterrorism attacks.
The University of Alabama School of Medicine and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality have launched a CME Web site focusing on bioterrorism issues. Doctors who visit the site may go through interactive modules — one of which is tailored specifically for pediatric cases.