Schools will likely play a critical role in helping communities recover from a bioterrorist attack. Almost all schools have natural disaster recovery plans. But bioterrorism is different: the attack may be prolonged, and the psychological effects on children and the community may be more severe. This study describes how schools can improve preparedness.
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