Journal Archive by Year

June 2022

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Working Together: Partnership, Training, Funding & Tolerance, by Catherine L. Feinman; How the Best Get Better: Partnerships & a Trifecta Disaster by Judy Kruger & Scott Harris; The Risk-Based Approach to Hazardous Material/WMD Incidents, by Tony Mussorfiti; Public Safety Grant Programs Changes –

May 2022

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Protecting Life and Safety – A Job for Everyone, by Catherine L. Feinman; Project Management Approach in Emergency Management, by Adam Tager; Suburban Fire Operations: Five Lessons Learned, by Randall W. Hanifen; Stop the Bleed Training for Immediate Responders, byAndy Altizer; Crowd Behavior

April 2022

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Overcoming Challenges – Do Not Skip Steps, by Catherine L. Feinman; A Growing Threat to Healthcare and Other Facilities, by Rodney Andreasen; Securing & Protecting the Nation’s Cybersecurity Infrastructure, by Chandler Lofland & Raymond Walker; Best Practice: Auxilliary Radios for Healthcare Facilities, by

March 2022

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Closing Preparedness Gaps – Timing Is Everything, by Catherine Feinman; Bipartisan Commission Says Nation Unprepared for Biological Events, by Asha M. George & John T. O’Brien; Radiation Emergency Medical Challenges and A Global Pandemic, by Ron Cain; PNT Signals as National Critical Infrastructure,

February 2022

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Four Key Elements of Crisis Prevention, by Catherine L. Feinman; Application of the Cynefin Framework to COVID-19 Pandemic, by Judy Kruger & Romeo Lavarias; Top 10 Habits for Better Crisis Preparedness, by Andrew (Andy) Altizer; Articles Out Loud, by Domestic Preparedness Journal; Essentials of

January 2022

Featured in this issue: Editor Note: Finding New Ways to Prepare, By Catherine L. Feinman; The Evolving Status of Emergency Management Organizations, By Kyle Overly; Predictable Surge: A Pilot in Providence, By Sara Kelly; Preparing the U.S. for an Outbreak of African Swine Fever, By Gary A. Flory; and The

December 2021

Featured in this issue: Resilience in 2022 – Planning, Resources & Connections, By Catherine L. Feinman; Resilience After 2021: Unfinished Business & Future Agenda; By Robert McCreight; Domestic Preparedness in a Post-COVID-19 World, By Nathan DiPillo; Protecting GPS Satellites, Signals, and America Webinar, By Domestic Preparedness Journal and the Resilient

November 2021

Featured in this issue: Safety: Protecting Communities From Dangers & Risks, By Catherine L. Feinman; The Dangers of Not Protecting the “3Ps” During Events, By Kole (KC) Campbell; Cassandra’s Curse: Disasters Revisited, ​By Rodney Andreasen; Another Opportunity to Prepare for Quarantines, By Robert C. Hutchinson; Human-Machine Teaming: A Vision of

October 2021

Featured in this issue: Building Resilience Into the Planning Process, By Catherine L. Feinman; Afghanistan – A Haven for Violent Extremism, By Richard Schoeberl, Anthony (Tony) Mottola & Anthony L. Clark; “Moneyball” for the Wildland Fire System, By Matthew P. Thompson & Erin J. Belval; It Is Time to Adopt

September 2021

Featured in this issue: Lest We Forget!, By Martin (Marty) Masiuk; September 11 – Remembrance & Recovery, By Anthony S. Mangeri; Never Forget: Focusing Events & Opportunity for Change, By Nim Kidd; Domestic Preparedness – Prepared for What?, By Rob Schnepp; Security Lessons Learned – Part 1, Boston Marathon Bombings,

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Article Out Loud – Needed: More Imagination for Countering Domestic Risks

Full article by Jeanne Benincasa Thorpe, an Article Out Loud from the Domestic Preparedness Journal, February 7, 2023.From “Lord of the Flies” to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, significant consequences have been blamed on failures of imagination. In this featured article, a national security and resiliency expert encourages leaders to

Article Out Loud – Unleashing Community Resilience Through Collaborative Leadership

Full Article By Michael R. Valiente, an Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 31, 2024. Elected officials and emergency response personnel form the nucleus of community leadership, a driving force for collaborative relationships with local stakeholders. Find out how community leaders who adopt the tenets of transformational leaders can

Article Out Loud – Commercial Facilities Sector Perspectives

Full Article By Kole (KC) Campbell, an Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 31, 2024. Commercial facilities dominate the U.S. economy, contributing trillions of dollars to the U.S. gross domestic product while employing and supporting millions of jobs. Learn more about this critical infrastructure sector and its interdependencies. Listen

Article Out Loud – Rising Above the Flood: A Decision Tool for Structural Safety

Full Article By Cedric Ling, Debashish Kar, Nur Yazdani, Eyosias Beneberu, Maria Koliou, and Yong Yoo, an Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 24, 2024.When homeowners choose to elevate their homes above flood levels, they may compromise the structural integrity of the building if the elevation method does not

Article Out Loud – Beyond Patient Care: Family Reunification Planning for Hospitals

Full Article By Michael Prasad, An Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 17, 2024.To meet a community’s mass care family reunification needs after a disaster, hospitals and other healthcare facilities must have plans and procedures in place for mass casualty incident response, which goes beyond patient care. Here are

Article Out Loud – Multimodal Transportation Perspectives

Full Article By Nathan DiPillo and Derek Kantar, An Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 17, 2024.Without transportation and communications, emergency response can move at an uncomfortably slow pace, enough so that life, property, and the environment may be unnecessarily compromised. The integrated transportation network must be protected from

Article Out Loud – Resilience Versus Emergency Management

By Wayne P. Bergeron, An Article Out Loud from Domestic Preparedness, January 10, 2024.Conferences are full of important and interesting sessions, but attendees do not always take away actionable knowledge or have long-term retention of the information. This article summarizes a crowd-sourced conversation with panelists, attendees, resilience experts, and Chat

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