Thinking the Unthinkable at Easingwold
Lancet. 1984 Jan 7; 1(8367): 38-39.
An incoming director of a section of Britain's National Health Service describes a course sponsored by the Home Office on civil preparedness in the event of war, including nuclear war. The author found the course, which was developed for health practitioners, to be well conceived and valuable. Kay believes that the allocation of health service funds for the civil defense stockpiling of analgesics and other medical supplies could be a useful means of deterring an attack. (KIE abstract)
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