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Center for Health and Homeland Security - Video Highlight

After more than ten years in existence, the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security continues to expand our emergency management expertise as we strive to develop world-class policies, strategies, and training exercises for our public and private partners. Learn more about who we are, and what we do, through this video highlight.

Sharing CHHS Experience Across the Globe - Bangalore, India

On August 6-7, 2013, I attended a workshop in Bangalore, India entitled “Best International Practices in Building Resilient Cities.”  The workshop was organized by the Government of Karnataka in partnership with the Synergia Foundation, a strategic think-tank that works with the public and private sector in the domains of geopolitics,

Local Emergency Management Staff and Regional Hospitals Test Response to Mock Hazardous Train Derailment in Rockville

June 20, 2013

The Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, and ten hospitals from Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George’s and St. Mary’s Counties are better prepared for an all hazards incident following parallel mock exercises today – developed, conducted and evaluated by the University of Maryland Center for Health and Homeland Security (CHHS).

CHHS Policy Analyst Dissects Presidential Policy Directive 8: National Preparedness

CHHS Policy Analyst Amanda Faul has been writing a series for Domestic Preparedness. Her latest article is about upcoming implementation of Presidential Policy Directive 8. Read the article here.

Spring & Summer 2013 Newsletter

The CHHS semiannual newsletter chronicles our most recent work and accomplishments.

Homeland Security Funding Under Attack

By Vernon Herron, Senior Policy Analyst

Lawsuit Against New York City Shows Importance of Inclusive Planning for People with Disabilities

 

By Elizabeth Webster, Senior Law & Policy Analyst

"Sandy" Series: Luck Was a Lady for Maryland

 

By Ben Yelin, CHHS Research Associate

Step Inside a Local Maryland EOC During Hurricane Sandy

By Aatmaja Desai, CHHS Policy Analyst

Hurricane Sandy presented my first opportunity to be a part of an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activation experience! I’m a policy analyst at CHHS and my current assignment is with Harford County.

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