Saint Louis University has launched a nationwide program to educate nurses about responding to bioterrorism, which could include an outbreak of disease. Nurses will be on the front line should terrorists strike again. And, they want to be prepared for bioterrorism. Terri Rebmann, with Saint Louis University’s Institute for Biosecurity, is one of the authors of a CD-Rom that is targeted specifically at nurses, because their immediate concerns are different from those of doctors. The CD-Rom can be beneficial in a time of crisis because it will already be in hospitals when lines of communication are down. The program consists of a lecture on bioterrorism preparedness, interactive training modules that teach bioterrorism response, and a reference and resource section where nurses can link to other websites and materials.