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Ciottone's Disaster Medicine
There are four phases of emergency management as noted in the following: 1. Preparedness: Planning a response to a disaster. 2. Response: Activities that occur immediately after a disaster. These actions are designed to provide emergency assistance to victims. This phase usually lasts a few days to a few weeks. 3. Recovery: Returning the community to normal or near normal. This phase may last for many years. 4. Mitigation: Preventing or reducing the effects of a disaster. This phase should bedoi:10.1016/b978-0-323-28665-7.00059-5 fatcat:kfrlpjs34fcahek76h3jow2jke