Disaster Management in Nursing Introduction Johnstone, & Turale, S. (2014) states, it is a frightening realization that the Emergency Departments (EDs) have not managed to take care of emergency patients, even on the normal days. This raises the question whether this same departments can... [ view article ]

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Diary of Medical Mission Trip videos dealing with the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti in 2010 What should be done immediately after a catastrophe such as an earthquake? The first thing that should be done in the event of an earthquake should be the mobilization of several rescues and humanitarian experts to help in rescue exercise.... [ view article ]


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Nurses’ Competencies in Disaster Nursing: Implications for Curriculum Development and Public Health Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore Hong Kong nurses perceptions of competencies required for disaster nursing. Focus group interviews and written inquiry were adopted to solicit nurses perceived required competencies for disaster care. A total of 15... [ view article ]

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Disaster Management – The Discipline Of Dealing With And Avoiding Risks The role of “students” in any capacity is to learn as much as they can about the subject at hand. In the case of disaster management, this is a very wide open field. A student should learn causes of disasters... [ view article ]


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