BIOTERRORISM CME ONLINE

Hospital-based health care pros now can turn to the Web for information on diagnosing and treating rare infections and possible bioterrorist agents such as anthrax and smallpox. Touted as the first of its kind, the Web site — designed by researchers at the Center for Disaster Preparedness at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality — offers free continuing education credits in bioterrorism preparedness.

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