Association‌ of‌ State‌ &‌ Territorial‌ Dental‌ Directors
3858‌ Cashill Blvd.,‌ Reno,‌ NV‌ ‌89509
Phone‌ 775-626-5008‌‌

Oral Health and Medical Response Teams


Emergency Preparedness Protocols For State and Territorial Oral Health Programs, ASTDD 2010:

This resource highlights the essential operations and relationships that should be in place to enable effective recovery from a crisis event and advise the state's oral health community, state health agency officials and public health administrators in the development and operation of oral health emergency preparedness and response at the state level.  For additional information contact ASTDD Executive Director Chris Wood 775-626-5008

American Dental Association: Bioterrorism

Association of State and Territorial Health Officials: Public Health Preparedness

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Emergency Preparedness and Response

Community Emergency Response Teams

Dentistry's Role in Disaster Response, Colvard, M.D., editor, Dental Clinics of North America. Vol. 51, Issue 4, October 2007

Federal Emergency Management Agency, US Department of Homeland Security

Food and Drug Administration: Bioterrorism

National Association of County and City Health Officials: Emergency Preparedness and Response

National Council on Aging: webpage and tool to assist with disaster preparedness as well as links to benefits available in an area declared a disaster. (October 2018)

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Wisconsin's Emergency Assistance Volunteer Registry (WEAVR)

Includes dentists and dental hygienists

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