Disaster Preparedness Lesson Plans by rockandrolldreams

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									                     Disaster Preparedness Lesson Plans


Each curriculum contains:

   Goal based on a National Disaster Scenario

   Pre-requisites (Personal Plan and Facility Plan)

   Training Objectives based on the Clinical Competencies for Clinicians

   Target Capabilities addressed by each curriculum

   Subject area / Topic associated with a Target Capability

   Subject area/ Topic associated with a Training Objective

 Suggested pairings of topics for training opportunities based on practice setting and time
    constraints

 Educational Material and Resources by Topic




AHEC National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit: Natural Disaster                2/12/07
                                            Hurricane / Natural Disaster
                                                   Lesson Plan

Goal:

Participants will support the development of, or review, their organization’s disaster plan, know their
role, and ensure they are ready to clinically respond in the event of a catastrophic natural disaster.

Pre-requisites:

        Your organization has, or is in the process of developing a disaster plan which includes
         necessary interactions with other healthcare providers and stakeholders.
        You should be able to describe preparedness issues included in the plan that are relevant to
         your practice, institution, or business.
        You have a personal preparedness plan.

Objectives*:

Based on your organization’s current hurricane / natural disaster plan:
1. Describe/demonstrate your expected role in response to a natural disaster in your practice setting,
   institution, and community.
2. Describe/demonstrate the process of providing reliable information to others including
   administrators, staff, and patients.
3. Describe/demonstrate patient care within your professional scope of practice including the process
   for evacuation.
4. Describe policies or demonstrate procedure for allocation of limited resources.
5. Describe or demonstrate strategies for coping with a reduced workforce.
6. Describe process for operating with a damaged structure or facility and/or loss of communications
   and power.
7. Describe/demonstrate the process of identifying and managing stress/anxiety associated with
   emergency events.

*Following didactic sessions, participants should be able to describe processes, roles, etc. Following tabletop exercises,
participants should be able to demonstrate skills.




AHEC National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit: Natural Disaster                                          2/12/07
                                    Focus of Training Based on the Consensus Exercise
                                   Hurricane / Natural Disaster for Clinicians

         Targeted Capability                                            Topic                                     Objective
Communications                                 Basics of Response or Intro to Emergency Management
                                                                                                            1,6
                                               (EM); Business contingency
Planning                                       Basics of Response or Intro to Emergency Management
                                               (EM); Business contingency; Ethical and Legal                1,6
                                               considerations; Tabletop
On-site Incident Command                       Basics of Response or Intro to Emergency Management
                                                                                                            1,5,6
                                               (EM)
Responder Safety and Health                    Personal Preparedness; Human Remains                         3,5
Medical Surge / Medical Supplies               Ethical & Legal considerations; SNS Training;
                                                                                                            1,3,4,5,6
management                                     Tabletop exercise
Psychological Response                         Psychcological Response                                      1,2,3,7
Evacuation / Shelter In Place                  Personal Preparedness; Vulnerable Populations;
                                                                                                            2,3,4,7
                                               Tabletop exercise
Fatality Management                            Ethical and Legal considerations; Human Remains              2,7

     à la carte                               Column A                                       Column B
      1-2 hours                               3 hour course                                6 hour course
                                               Suggested for Rural or Private Practice Setting
                         Menu 1
   Personal              NOVA’s All hazards Preparedness course                        Any Menu from
    Preparedness         Menu 2                                                    Column A plus Table Top
    (PEACE)
                          Personal Preparedness
                          Basics of Response or Intro to EM                            Table top topics:
   Ethical and Legal                                                                       Psych first aid
    Considerations        Business contingency
                                                                                            Business Recovery
                         Menu 3
                                                                                            Continuity of Patient
   Basics of Response    Basics of Response or Intro to EM                                 care
                          Business contingency
   Introduction to       Legal and Ethical Considerations
    Emergency
    Management (EM)
                                                Suggested for Hospital or Clinic Setting
                         Menu 4
   Psych Response        NOVA’s All hazards Prep course                                Any Menu from
                         Menu 5                                                    Column A plus Table Top
                          Personal Preparedness
                          Basics of Response or Intro to EM                            Table top “topics”:
                                                                                          Patient evacuation
                          Psych response
                                                                                             procedure
                         Menu 6                                                              Medical and ethical
                          Personal Preparedness                                              considerations
                          Legal & Ethical Considerations                                    SNS Training
                                      Suggested for Senior Living or Long-term care Work Force
                         Menu 7                                                Mather Life Ways Prepare
                          Personal Preparedness                               Any Menu from
                          Basics of Response or Intro to EM                       Column A plus Table Top
                          Evacuation/ Shelter–in-Place
                         Menu 8                                                    Table top “topics”:
                          Personal Preparedness                                       Patient evacuation and
                          Psych response                                               shelter in place procedures
                                                                                       Medical and ethical
                          Ethical and Legal Considerations
                                                                                           considerations




AHEC National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit: Natural Disaster                                             2/12/07
Educational Material: Hurricane Preparedness for Clinicians

Title                                               Format                Material Location
Personal Preparedness
PEACE Exercise
Adapted from Yale New Haven Center for Emergency    Face to Face          On Disc
Preparedness and Disaster Response by SC AHEC
American Red Cross                                  Resource              www.redcross.org/
Ready America / Ready Kids                          Resource,
Homeland Security                                   includes vulnerable   www.ready.gov/
                                                    populations
FEMA                                                Resource              www.fema.gov/
All-Hazards Prep Course
    Module 3: Vulnerable & Hard-to-reach
     Populations
                                                    On-line course        www.nova.edu/allhazards/
    Module 4: Personal & Workplace
     Emergency Preparedness and Response
NOVA Southeastern Univ.
Public Health: Vulnerable populations               Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/workbook
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Health Information for Hurricane Relief                                   www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/katrina/volunte
Volunteers                                          Resource              ers.asp
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Hurricane-Related Information for
Health Care Professionals                           Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/hcp.asp
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention




Basics of Response / Introduction to Emergency Management / Incident Command System
Emergency Preparedness Training for
Hospital Clinicians: The Basics Module              On-line course        http://www.nycepce.org/CourseList.htm
New York Consortium for Emergency Preparedness CE
Introduction to Emergency Management
EM 103; EM 103 w/NIMS                               On-line courses       ynhhs.emergencyeducation.org/
Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness
and Disaster Response
Incident Command Systems (ICS) for
Health Care
EM 140; EM 140 w/NIMS                               On-line courses       ynhhs.emergencyeducation.org/
Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness
and Disaster Response
All hazards Prep course: Module 2 –
Responding to an Emergency Situation                On-line course        www.nova.edu/allhazards/
NOVA Southeastern Univ.




AHEC National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit: Natural Disaster                                          2/12/07
Planning and Business Contingency
Natural Disasters & Severe Weather           Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ready Business                               Resource              www.ready.gov/business/index.html
Homeland Security; ready.gov
Ready Business Brochure                                            www.ready.gov/business/_downloads/ReadyBusinessB
Homeland Security; ready.gov
                                             Resource              rochure.pdf
Sample Plan                                  Resource              www.ready.gov/business/_downloads/sampleplan.pdf
Homeland Security; ready.gov




Medical Surge, Distribution of Resources
Strategic National Stockpile                 Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/stockpile/
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Public Health: Vulnerable populations        Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/workbook
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention




Vulnerable Populations
Prepare                                      Workshop              www.matherlifeways.com/re_prepare.asp
Mather Life Ways                             (Train the Trainer)
All hazards Prep course
Module 3: Vulnerable & Hard-to-reach         On-line course        www.nova.edu/allhazards/
Populations
NOVA Southeastern Univ.
Public Health: Vulnerable populations        Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/workbook
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention




Ethical and Legal Considerations
Lessons Learned from Hurricane               On-line
Katrina: Survival                                                  www.scahec.net/prepares/courses/curiel/player.html
SC AHEC
                                             presentation
Lessons Learned from Hurricane               On-line
Katrina: Legal Considerations                                      www.scahec.net/prepares/courses/zisk/player.html
SC AHEC
                                             presentation




AHEC National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit: Natural Disaster                                     2/12/07
Psychological Response
Mental Health Aspects of Emergencies
and Disasters for Non-Mental Health
Professionals EM 230                               On-line course        ynhhs.emergencyeducation.org/
Yale New Haven Center for Emergency Preparedness
and Disaster Response
Psychological Response for Non-Mental              On-line               www.scahec.net/prepares/courses/psych_response/play
Health Workers                                     presentation          er.html
SC AHEC
Psychological Response First Aid                   Manual /              ncptsd.kattare.com/ncmain/ncdocs/manuals/nc_manual
Manual                                             Handout               _psyfirstaid.html
National Center for PTSD
Psychological Response for Social                  On-line               www.scahec.net/prepares/courses/psych_first_aid_SW/
Workers                                            presentation          player.html
SC AHEC




Human Remains
Interim Recommendations for Workers
who Handle Human Remains After a                   Resource              www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/handleremains.asp
Health Disaster
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Management of Dead Bodies in Disaster              Book currently
Situations                                         undergoing            www.paho.org/english/dd/ped/ManejoCadaveres.htm
Pan American Health Organization                   revisions




Table Tops, exercises and workshops
                                                   Collaboration with Public Health, State Health Dept, American Red
Evacuation / Shelter in Place tabletop
                                                   Cross, transportation experts, Psychological Response experts
Business Planning and Recovery                     Collaboration with Business Contingency Planning experts; legal
Workshop                                           experts; insurance experts
Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)
                                                   Collaboration with CDC &/or state health department
Training exercise
Prepare                                            Workshop              www.matherlifeways.com/re_prepare.asp
Mather Life Ways                                   (Train the Trainer)




AHEC National Invitational Disaster Preparedness Summit: Natural Disaster                                             2/12/07

								
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