Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference
2012 Partners in Emergency Preparedness Conference Presentations

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Keynote: Dr. Grady Bray
Changes in the National Incident Management System and how it will affect Federal, State and Local operations.
Lessons from Earthquakes of 2008 - 2011
Overcoming barriers: The role of gender in disasters
Planning for Medical Surge: A Step-by-Step Approach for Tangible Public Health Preparedness
Managing COOP in Disaster ; The COOP Coordination Group
B1 Mitigating, Preventing, Responding, and Recovering from Active Shooters Incidents
B2 Dealing with Difficult People - during disasters
B3 Kick Starting a Business Continuity Program
B4 Get out of Town: Evacuation and Sheltering in a Catastrophic Incident
B5 How Do Assumptions Affect Your Flood Losses and Economy?
B6 The Importance of Cultural Competency in Emergency Management
B7 Leveraging Money for Recovery - the role of the Emergency Manager in a complex economic world
C1 State and Local Governments' Legal Authorities During Emergencies and "Home Rule" Misconceptions
C3 Mass Fatality Planning for Cities and Counties: Working Together to Prepare for the Worst
C5 Partners in Weather Preparedness - Basic
C6 Panel Discussion: The American Red Cross Responding to Disasters
C7 Mississippi Flooding: ESF6 Lessons Learned
D1 Effective Evacuation Coordination in Disasters
D2 Observations from the 2011 Christchurch NZ and 2011 Great East Japan (Tohoku) Earthquakes Implications for the Pacific Northwest
D3 Safety Preplanning and Strategy for Large Incident Responses
D4 Emergency Radio Communications Made Simple
D5 Partners in Weather Preparedness; Advanced
D6 Developing a Regional Pediatric Disaster Response Plan
D7 What your mama didn't tell you about flood recovery?
E2 Disaster Preparedness on a Limited Budget
E3 Crisis and Sleep Deprivation - The Road to Weirdness
E4 A Case Study of legal issues involving emergency management and emergency services
E5 Protecting Organizations from Cyber Attack
E6 Panel - Migrant Ships: A Multi-Jurisdiction Approach to Planning and Response
E7 Family Assistance Center Planning for Mass Fatality Incidents
F1 Magnitude 9 Paradigm Shift
F2 Practical Disaster Sheltering:  Strategies and Tactics for Success
F3 Cascadia, View from a Volcano
F4 Long Term Disaster Recovery
F5 Washington State Department of Health Response to the Fukushima Nuclear Reactor
F6 Radiological Emergency Preparedness "A Study of Federal, State and Local Preparedness for events at Nuclear Power Plants"
F7 Emergency Alert System changes in Washington State
G1 Rapid Responder: New Incident Command Tools
G2 Social Media and Disaster Management Right Tool...Right Time...Right Place
G4 Whole Community; as a Framework to Identify and Address Gaps in Vulnerable Populations Planning
G5 Teachers: Forgotten Resource in School Disaster Preparedness
G6 Disaster Pet Sheltering planning and Lessons Learned
G7 Patient Movement: A Different Kind of Evacuation