Healthcare providers come in the first line in a situation of Disaster: either a calamity or man-made disaster. Hence, they need a special training to be able to respond to disaster emergencies in terms of resources and responsibilities.
The course objective is to enhance health care personnel, both administrative and clinical, to be prepared to respond to mass casualty incidents. This will enable hospitals and healthcare facilities in general, to develop a well-organized major incident plan and its testing methodology.
This course helps hospital to comply with NABH and JCI guidelines.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS WORKSHOP?
Administrators handling Disaster Management
Health Care Facility Managers
Emergency Department Physicians & Nurses
Public Health Officials responsible for hospital emergency planning
Nature and type of Disaster and associated risks
Disaster epidemiology and injury patterns
Hospital preparedness plan
HVA tool and exercise
Hospital Incident command structure
Emergency department operations
Recovery from Disaster
Lessons and Discussion
Table top exercise
Faculty comprises of eminent professionals and having vast knowledge in the field of Hospital Emergency Disaster Management.