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Have you ever thought about what would happen on the Eastern Shore during a medical disaster — say a pandemic flu or biological weapon attack? How could Maryland fairly distribute its medical resources when a vast number of patients is involved?
Thoughtful, ethical people are needed to take part in a forum on Saturday, January 26, to help Maryland shape its plan to allocate its scarce medical resources in the event of such a catastrophe. The study is coordinated by Johns Hopkins University’s Berman Institute of Bioethics, School of Medicine and School of Public Health, as well as the Center for Biosecurity of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. It will be facilitated by RESOLVE, Inc., a nonprofit public policy facilitation and mediation organization based in Washington, D.C.
If you would like to share your thoughts on “Too Many Patients, Too Few Resources,” please use the online form to apply for one of the available participant positions: http://bit.ly/shoreresources.
There will not be any medical or clinical testing involved for participants; rather, it is a forum to gather community insights on how to respond fairly and ethically to medical disasters.
Participants should not be hospital employees or healthcare providers. Only Maryland residents are eligible to participate. Selected applicants will be asked to attend a forum at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury on Saturday, January 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A satellite location is also available at the Dorchester County Health Department in Cambridge. Each selected participant will receive a $50 gift card; those traveling more than 30 miles will be reimbursed for their travel expenses. Lunch will be provided.
Please consider joining this important, statewide effort to plan ahead and be prepared in the event of a major medical crisis. For more information, visit the “Contact Us” link at http://bit.ly/shoreresources.