Paul D. Biddinger
Visiting Senior Preparedness Fellow
Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Emergency Medicine-Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Igra NM, Schmulevich D, Geng Z, Guzman J, Biddinger PD, Gates JD, Spinella PC, Yazer M, Cannon JW.
J Am Coll Surg. 2023 Oct 23. PMID: 37870239
Hick JL, Toner ES, Hanfling D, Biddinger PD, Lawler JV.
Health Secur. 2023 Sep 20. PMID: 37729074
Category A waste processing and disposal is a critical weakness in the United States response plans for outbreaks of high consequence infectious diseases.
Gibbs SG, Schwedhelm MM, Lowe JJ, Tennill P, Persson CC, Carrasco SV, Biddinger PD.
Am J Infect Control. 2023 Sep 05. PMID: 37678428
Hospital-Level Implementation Barriers, Facilitators, and Willingness to Use a New Regional Disaster Teleconsultation System: Cross-Sectional Survey Study.
Boyle T, Boggs K, Gao J, McMahon M, Bedenbaugh R, Schmidt L, Zachrison KS, Goralnick E, Biddinger P, Camargo CA.
JMIR Public Health Surveill. 2023 06 27. 9:e44164. PMID: 37368481
Sherman JD, MacNeill AJ, Biddinger PD, Ergun O, Salas RN, Eckelman MJ.
Annu Rev Public Health. 2023 04 03. 44:255-277. PMID: 36626833
Feasibility and Acceptability of a Model Disaster Teleconsultation System for Regional Disaster Health Response.
Boyle TP, Ludy S, Meguerdichian D, Dugas JN, Drainoni ML, Litvak M, Bedenbaugh RT, Schmidt L, Miller K, Biddinger PD, Goralnick E.
Telemed J E Health. 2023 04. 29(4):625-632. PMID: 36036805
DeLuca MA, Greenwald JL, Manners PB, Knuesel S, Biddinger PD.
Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2022 08 05. 17:e213. PMID: 35929349
Basgoz N, Brown CM, Smole SC, Madoff LC, Biddinger PD, Baugh JJ, Shenoy ES.
N Engl J Med. 2022 08 11. 387(6):547-556. PMID: 35704401
Mukherjee V, Sauer LM, Mehta AK, Shea SY, Biddinger PD, Carr BG, Evans LE, Schwedhelm S, Lowe JJ, Lowe JJ.
Health Secur. 2022 Jun. 20(S1):S39-S48. PMID: 35587214
Speaking to The Boston Globe, several experts from Harvard Chan School offered their perspectives on how hospitals and health systems will cope with continuing climate change and extreme weather events.
Following Hurricane Ian, Harvard Chan School’s Paul Biddinger and a group of Massachusetts health workers treated hundreds of patients in a tent complex outside a Sarasota-area hospital.
Harvard Chan School scientists at the forefront of the pandemic response share their stories of stress, exhaustion, anger, grief, gratitude, and soul-searching.
Get your flu shot this year. That’s the strong advice from health experts worried that a double whammy of the flu plus COVID-19 could lead to an overtaxed health care system.
You're listening to a press conference from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health with Paul Biddinger, the director of the Emergency Preparedness Research, Evaluation and Practice Program. Also vice chairman for emergency preparedness in the Department…