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Article ID: 514241

Sociologists Are Available to Discuss Hurricane Katrina and Its Aftermath

American Sociological Association (ASA)

Social scientists can comment on what is known about human and social relationships and structures that could help prevent or mitigate the consequences of disasters, dismiss common myths about disasters, analyze common mistakes in developing responses to disasters.

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Article ID: 514247

Science Experts Available to Discuss Hurricane Katrina

Missouri University of Science and Technology

As public officials and scientists struggle to restore basic services to the Gulf Coast, rescue victims and begin the massive cleanup following Hurricane Katrina. University of Missouri-Rolla engineers and scientists are available to comment on several hurricane-related issues.

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Article ID: 514252

Spelman College Assists Students Affected by Hurricane Katrina

Spelman College

More than 100 Spelman College students have been impacted by the devastation in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama caused by Hurricane Katrina.

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Article ID: 514260

Pediatric Aspects of Emergency Preparedness

Boston Children's Hospital

Michael Shannon, MD, MPH, chief of emergency medicine and director of its Center for Biopreparedness at Children's Hospital Boston, is available to comment on emergency preparedness during natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina and their aftermath.

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Article ID: 514261

Child Psychiatrist Can Advise Parents in Katrina's Aftermath

Boston Children's Hospital

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Stuart Goldman, a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Children's Hospital Boston, is available to discuss possible psychological trauma to children who were involved in the disaster, or were exposed to disturbing media images.

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Article ID: 514263

ADA, ADA Foundation Provide Seed Money for Hurricane Katrina Disaster Fund

American Dental Association (ADA)

The American Dental Association and its charitable arm, the ADA Foundation, each have donated $50,000 as seed funding to the ADA Foundation Disaster Response Fund for victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Article ID: 514266

ACS Disease, Water Contamination, Chemical Safety Experts

American Chemical Society (ACS)

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the American Chemical Society has compiled a list of scientific experts who will be available to the media to discuss various aspects of water contamination, chemical safety and the type and extent of disease that could develop. Following is that list.

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Article ID: 514273

Experts Advise on Hurricane-Related Mental and Physical Health Issues

University of Washington Health Sciences and UW Medicine

University of Washington experts are available to talk about some long-range effects of surviving traumatic events like Hurricane Katrina. They offer advice on helping infants and toddlers cope, guidance for adult mental health and ideas for pharmacists who want to help during and after disasters.

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Article ID: 514274

Social Workers Mobilize in Wake of Hurricane Katrina

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

Social workers are the largest providers of mental health services in the country. Social workers from all over the country are streaming into the Gulf region to assist the victims of Hurricane Katrina with their immediate and long-term mental health needs.

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Article ID: 514280

Hurricane Katrina

Medical College of Wisconsin

G. Richard Olds, M.D., Chairman and Professor of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, expert submission on Hurricane Katrina and the continuing hurricane season.

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