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Which the following is designed to reduce the frequency and magnitude of emergencies and are able to respond faster and more appropriately? a. Crisis intervention b. Emergency planning c. Flexible responsiveness d. Conflict resolution
Emergency planning is designed to reduce the frequency and magnitude of emergencies and are able to respond faster and more appropriately.
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