Active Shooter: Practical Considerations for the New Threat in Healthcare
The shootings at Columbine, Virginia Tech, Johns Hopkins, Arizona and Colorado have highlighted the dangers of the “Active Shooter”. This threat poses a challenge to hospitals, as well as law enforcement because the threat is dynamic in nature and wreaks havoc in minutes.
In this webinar, a panel of experts will provide practical considerations for preparing for the worst type of workplace violence – the Active Shooter.
- Justin Birnbaum, MD, Medical Director, Behavioral Medicine/Medical Psychiatry Unit, Stanford University Medical Center
- Brandon Bond, MS, EMT, CBCP, Director, Office of Emergency Management, Stanford Hospital & Clinics
- Kenneth Dueker, JD, Coordinator of Homeland Security & Public Outreach, Palo Alto Police Department
- Dana Orquiza, RN, BSN, JD, Director, Risk Management, The Risk Authority