Last fall, you couldn't go to a meeting and not share your feelings, experiences, stories, and tears about the September 11 terrorist attacks. But now, so many months later, 9/11-related meeting topics are more likely to be along the lines of preparing for bioterrorism and chemical and radioactive terrorist attacks than about dealing with the lingering trauma of healthcare professionals who were at the scene, or those who worry about how they'll handle it emotionally if the next attack ...

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