Master Exercise Practitioner Program research guide

These research resources will help you to find the information you need for your Emergency Management Institute / Master Exercise Program coursework. If you have any questions, please call the NETC Library at 800-638-1821 or send us an email.

Recommended books

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Other NETC Library resources

  • Articles on exercises – Browse articles from the last five years on exercises, tabletop exercises, training simulations and emergency management.
  • EMI MEPP exercises – Learn from your predecessors. These exercises represent the best work written by previous students in the Master Exercise Practitioner Program.
  • HSEEP – Articles and other resources about the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program.
  • Interagency cooperation and emergency managements – Browse journal articles from 2012 to the present.
  • Simulation trainings – More than 250 articles, books and other resources from the past five years.

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Lessons learned

Disaster and Town Management Tabletop Exercise Reflections


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