Development of Crisis Standards of Care for Pediatric Populations

Grants and Contracts Details


A group of faculty and staff from the University of Louisville and University of Kentucky led by personnel from the Center for Health Hazards Preparedness at the School of Public Health and Information Sciences will coordinate the development of a comprehensive Crisis Standards of Care Proposal for the Commonwealth of Kentucky in collaboration with the Kentucky Department for Public Health. Activities will include: 1) a series of discussions among lead faculty, subject matter experts, and support staff in Frankfort, followed by 2) regional level planning activities involving federal, state, local public health authorities and healthcare providers meeting as the Kentucky Disaster Medical Advisory Committee; and 3) planning and holding series of public engagement sessions with a representative group of citizens in order to develop the completed Crisis Standards of Care document.
Effective start/end date7/1/136/30/14


  • University of Louisville: $33,000.00


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