The lessons learned through research on the response to the Boston Marathon bombings has generated a series of articles in academic journals. This helps ensure that professionals worldwide have access to both the conclusions and the underlying data that can inform practice and additional research.
Dr. Eric Goralnick, program faculty at the NPLI and Medical Director of Emergency Preparedness at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, has been central to this research and is co-author on these articles addressing clinical aspects of the response:
- The Boston Marathon Bombing: After-Action Review of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Emergency Radiology Response in Radiology
- The Boston Marathon Bombings Mass Casualty Incident: One Emergency Department’s Information Systems Challenges and Opportunities in Annals of Emergency Medicine
- Pharmacy Response to the Boston Marathon Bombings at a Tertiary Academic Medical Center in The Annals of Pharmacotherapy
- 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings: Overview of an Emergency Department Response to a Mass Casualty Incident in Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness
- We Fight Like we Train in the New England Journal of Medicine
- Radiologic Features of Injuries from the Boston Marathon Bombings at Three Hospitals in the American Journal of Roentgenology