Seeing is Believing: The Art of Moulage in Emergency Preparedness

(Photo credit: FEMA, 2015) Moulage is the art of applying realistic, mock injuries for the purpose of training emergency response teams, medical, and military personnel. Good special effects in movies are effective because they make illusions seem real. Making simulated injuries seem real helps first responders better prepare for the real thing. Moulage is the […]

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#BeCyberSmart: 5 Ways to Protect Your Health Tech

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Technological advances have made the field of home-use medical devices one of the most exciting in medicine. New technologies are being applied to all different types of devices, including those that are implanted, worn, and used at home or in health care settings. The result is safer, timelier, and […]

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Comment on Home Health Program Seeks to Improve Access to Support Services, Information by chetara jackson

I love the idea of providing weekly visits to those in the community that needs additional education and monitoring to reduce the risk of getting COVID 19 or other complications related to chronic diseases. Many people aren’t health literate, and recruiting health care workers like pandemics was a great idea to “narrow the health literacy […]

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