Kimberly Gill

TitleAssoc Professor
InstitutionThomas Jefferson University
DepartmentSchool Of Population Health
Address100 E Lancaster Ave
Wynnewood PA 19096
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    1. Kirsch TD, Lee CJ, Kimball MM, Gill KB, Sison AR, Sizemore WL, Adeniji AA, Klimczak VL, Deussing EC. Opportunities to Strengthen the National Disaster Medical System: The Military-Civilian NDMS Interoperability Study. Health Secur. 2022 Jul-Aug; 20(4):339-347. PMID: 35856842.
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    2. Schoch-Spana M, Gill K, Hosangadi D, Slemp C, Burhans R, Zeis J, Carbone E, Links J. Top-Down and Bottom-Up Measurement to Enhance Community Resilience to Disasters. Am J Public Health. 2019 09; 109(S4):S265-S267. PMID: 31505145.
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    3. Aguirre BE, Torres MR, Gill KB, Hotchkiss HL. Normative collective behavior in the Station building fire. Soc Sci Q. 2011; 92(1):100-18. PMID: 21534269.
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    4. Gill KB, Gershon RR. Disaster mental health training programmes in New York City following September 11, 2001. Disasters. 2010 Jul; 34(3):608-18. PMID: 20187907.
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