Source: Denise Danna, Marirose Bernard, John Jones, Pamela Mathews, Journal of Nursing Administration, Volume 39 Issue 10, October 2009
From the abstract:
Since Hurricane Katrina, there have been numerous lessons learned and improvements in disaster planning and nursing management. The subsequent Hurricane Gustav allowed nurses and disaster planners to “test the system” and identify improvements that worked and did not. The authors outline those improvements and give direction for change and further improvements.