The Boston Marathon Bombings: Lessons Learned for Saving Lives
On-Demand Webcast from Harvard School of Public Health

This webcast is provided by the Forum at Harvard School of Public Health and was presented in collaboration with WBUR.

The webcast focus is primarily on the immediate aftermath of the bombings and reveals the surprising underpinnings of a successful emergency preparedness system.

Following the twin bombings at the Boston Marathon and a dramatic search for the suspects, the city’s emergency preparedness and response systems have been credited with saving lives.

View the on-demand webcast