Smallpox has been one of the scourges of mankind until it was supposedly eradicated in 1980. But there are indications that it is being preserved for use in bioterrorism and is considered a major threat by the US government. Bioterrorism Smallpox teaches you about the organism that causes smallpox, its transmission, its laboratory and clinical diagnosis, its clinical manifestations, its treatment, its prevention by vaccination, the significant side-effects of the vaccination, and the bioterror parameters of the disease. Two fictional and interactive scenarios are presented for review. The course is a clear, interactive presentation of the problems facing anyone who has to deal with the disease, with a special emphasis on healthcare workers, and is written to be understood well by people outside of healthcare. The course contains animations and movies. The manual accompanying the CD provides a summary of the major points of the CD in a handy format. 207 pages on CD and 33 in the manual. You must have Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher running on your computer. Supported operating systems are Windows 95, 98, 98 SE, ME, 2000, or XP. The CD is licensed to play once on any Windows computer; the borrower may purchase the program after that. One library reference activation is included in the price.