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1. What should the African health workforce know about disasters? Proposed competencies for strengthening public health disaster risk management education in Africa (PubMed)

to develop core competencies and curricula for training the African health workforce in public health DRM. In this article, we describe the methods used to develop the competencies, present the identified competencies and training curricula, and propose recommendations for their integration into the public health education curricula of African member states.We conducted a pilot research using mixed methods approaches to develop and test the applicability and feasibility of a public health disaster risk (...) What should the African health workforce know about disasters? Proposed competencies for strengthening public health disaster risk management education in Africa As part of efforts to implement the human resources capacity building component of the African Regional Strategy on Disaster Risk Management (DRM) for the health sector, the African Regional Office of the World Health Organization, in collaboration with selected African public health training institutions, followed a multistage process

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2018 BMC medical education

2. Improving Disaster Resilience Among Older Adults: Insights from Public Health Departments and Aging-in-Place Efforts (PubMed)

Improving Disaster Resilience Among Older Adults: Insights from Public Health Departments and Aging-in-Place Efforts This study uses interview data collected from public health departments and aging-in-place efforts-specifically, from coordinators of age-friendly communities and village executive directors-to explore how current aging-in-place efforts can be harnessed to strengthen the disaster resilience of older adults and which existing programs or new collaborations among public health (...) departments and these organizations show promise for improving disaster resilience for older populations. Interviews with stakeholders revealed that most age-friendly communities and senior villages did not place a high priority on promoting disaster preparedness. While most public health departments conducted or took the lead on disaster preparedness and resilience activities, they were not necessarily tailored to older adults. Aligning and extending public health departments' current preparedness

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2018 Rand health quarterly

3. A Web-Based Course on Public Health Principles in Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response: Survey Among Students and Faculty (PubMed)

A Web-Based Course on Public Health Principles in Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response: Survey Among Students and Faculty Web-based public health courses are becoming increasingly popular. "Public Health Principles in Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response" is a unique Web-based course in Hong Kong. This course aimed to fill a public health training gap by reaching out to postgraduates who are unable to access face-to-face learning.The aim of this paper was to use a structured

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2018 JMIR medical education

4. From Disaster Response to Community Recovery: Nongovernmental Entities, Government, and Public Health. (PubMed)

From Disaster Response to Community Recovery: Nongovernmental Entities, Government, and Public Health. In this article, we examine the role of nongovernmental entities (NGEs; nonprofits, religious groups, and businesses) in disaster response and recovery. Although media reports and the existing scholarly literature focus heavily on the role of governments, NGEs provide critical services related to public safety and public health after disasters. NGEs are crucial because of their ability (...) to quickly provide services, their flexibility, and their unique capacity to reach marginalized populations. To examine the role of NGEs, we surveyed 115 NGEs engaged in disaster response. We also conducted extensive field work, completing 44 hours of semistructured interviews with staff from NGEs and government agencies in postdisaster areas in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, Northern California, and Southern California. Finally, we compiled quantitative data on the distribution of nonprofit organizations

2019 American Journal of Public Health

5. Austria’s new government: a victory for the tobacco industry and public health disaster?

Austria’s new government: a victory for the tobacco industry and public health disaster? Austria’s new government: a victory for the tobacco industry and public health disaster? | Blog - Tobacco Control by Manfred Neuberger In Austria the conservative Austrian People’s Party (Oesterreiche Volkpartei, OeVP) won the 2017 elections, and negotiated with the third-largest party, the right-wing nationalist Freedom Party of Austria (Freiheitliche Partei Oesterreichs, FPOe) to form a new government (...) reported that he was willing to sacrifice the tobacco law and trade it for the tolerance of FPOe to sign the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Free Trade Agreement (CETA). The reports caused alarm among health professionals, both in Austria and internationally. Numerous associations appealed to Kurz not to give in, including the European Public Health Alliance, Brussels; Smokefree Partnership, Brussels; member organisations of the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention, Society

2018 BMJ Tobacco Control Blog

6. What the Puerto Rican hurricanes make visible: Chronicle of a public health disaster foretold. (PubMed)

What the Puerto Rican hurricanes make visible: Chronicle of a public health disaster foretold. García Márquez's novel, "Chronicle of a Death Foretold", narrates the multiple strands of a story leading up to a murder in a small Caribbean village. The novel shows both the incredulity of those who do not believe it possible that this tragic death could occur, and the impotence of those who see it coming but can do nothing to prevent it. Something akin to this double incapacity seems (...) to be occurring today in Puerto Rico. In September 2017, the passage of Hurricanes Irma and María caused a public health disaster with large-scale death and destruction. Paradoxically, this catastrophe has made visible the need to evaluate the critical socio-environmental situation of this country, and to analyse the underlying social factors contributing to the problems caused by the hurricanes. Why did neither the US nor the Puerto Rican government react as expected when faced with such a serious situation

2019 Social Science & Medicine

7. Change of access to emergency care in a repopulated village after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster: a retrospective observational study. (PubMed)

Change of access to emergency care in a repopulated village after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster: a retrospective observational study. Sustaining emergency care access is of great concern. The aim of this study is to evaluate access to emergency care in a repopulated village following the 2011 Fukushima disaster.This research was a retrospective observational study. The primary outcome measure was total emergency medical services (EMS) time. A Bayesian time series analysis was performed (...) to consider local time series trend and seasonality.The residents in Kawauchi Village, Fukushima, Japan were forced to evacuate after the 2011 Fukushima disaster. As the radiation dose was an acceptable level, the residents began the process of repopulation in April 2012.This study included patients transported by EMS from January 2009 to October 2015. Patients transported during the evacuation period (from March 2011 to March 2012) were excluded.A total of 781 patients were transferred by EMS (281

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2019 BMJ open

8. Conceptual model of managing health care volunteers in disasters: a mixed method study. (PubMed)

Conceptual model of managing health care volunteers in disasters: a mixed method study. Shortage of specialized healthcare volunteers is a major challenge during disasters and one solution could be pre-identified healthcare volunteers. This study aimed to develop a conceptual model of managing Iranian healthcare volunteers in disasters.This mixed method study was designed in two phases. A qualitative study using semi-structured interviews was conducted with 22 health professionals and key (...) of preparedness, response, retention, relocation, terminating and follow-up. According to the results of the Delphi study, all of the concepts were confirmed.In addition to the need for supportive legal framework and building the culture of volunteering, it seems it is crucial to identify and prepare the health care volunteers in the preparedness phase and assign them appropriately in the response phase. Furthermore, the necessary measures should be prioritized to enhance volunteers' retention rate

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2019 BMC health services research

9. Correction to: Conceptual model of managing health care volunteers in disasters: a mixed method study. (PubMed)

Correction to: Conceptual model of managing health care volunteers in disasters: a mixed method study. In the original publication of this article [1], the percent sign at the first row of the Table 2 needs to be deleted. The updated Table 2 is shown below.

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2019 BMC health services research

10. Reducing Disaster Exacerbated Non-Communicable Diseases Through Public Health Infrastructure Resilience: Perspectives of Australian Disaster Service Providers (PubMed)

Reducing Disaster Exacerbated Non-Communicable Diseases Through Public Health Infrastructure Resilience: Perspectives of Australian Disaster Service Providers The exposure of people and infrastructure to flood and storm related disasters across the world is increasing faster than vulnerability is decreasing. For people with non-communicable diseases this presents a significant risk as traditionally the focus of disaster management systems has been on immediate trauma and communicable diseases (...) . This focus must now be expanded to include the management of non-communicable diseases because these conditions are generating the bulk of ill health, disability and premature death around the globe. When public health service infrastructure is destroyed or damaged access to treatment and care is severely jeopardised, resulting in an increased risk of non-communicable disease exacerbation or even death. This research proposes disaster responders, coordinators and government officials are vital assets

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2016 PLoS currents

11. ng inputs that may arise from the field Decision tool for climate disasters and infectious disease at sub-national level in India: Ensuring a paradigm shift in health planning from prevalence to vulnerability. (PubMed)

ng inputs that may arise from the field Decision tool for climate disasters and infectious disease at sub-national level in India: Ensuring a paradigm shift in health planning from prevalence to vulnerability. Climate change is considered as a distal determinant of public health which is increasing in importance. India, as an example, has a national action plan for climate change and human health. Sub-national (State) plans for climate change also exist, taking into account the health sector (...) preparedness by disaster district authorities. However, outbreak control is within the ambit of the health sector where a possible reason for decreased correlation coefficient in the post-flood period could be due to the impact on health facilities itself, thus leading to reduced reporting.Copyright © 2018. Published by Elsevier B.V.

2018 Acta Tropica

12. Mental health response to disasters and other critical incidents

. Originally arising from concerns about soldiers and first responders, the mental health dimensions of disasters and other critical incidents are now considered a priority in disaster planning, response, and research. Several groups have worked on consensus recommendations for the management of disasters and other critical incidents. A trauma group in the US has proposed a management strategy. Hobfoll SE, Watson P, Bell CC, et al. Five essential elements of immediate and mid-term mass trauma intervention (...) : an evidence-based care model [in Spanish]. Rev Med Chil. 2010;138:143-151. http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0034-98872010000200001&tlng=en&lng=en&nrm=iso http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20461301?tool=bestpractice.com While the scientific evidence base for responding to the immediate- and, to a lesser degree, long-term mental health aftermath of trauma and disaster is still emerging, the content in this topic reflects the best practices in this area based on available expert

2018 BMJ Best Practice

13. Mental health response to disasters and other critical incidents

. Originally arising from concerns about soldiers and first responders, the mental health dimensions of disasters and other critical incidents are now considered a priority in disaster planning, response, and research. Several groups have worked on consensus recommendations for the management of disasters and other critical incidents. A trauma group in the US has proposed a management strategy. Hobfoll SE, Watson P, Bell CC, et al. Five essential elements of immediate and mid-term mass trauma intervention (...) : an evidence-based care model [in Spanish]. Rev Med Chil. 2010;138:143-151. http://www.scielo.cl/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0034-98872010000200001&tlng=en&lng=en&nrm=iso http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20461301?tool=bestpractice.com While the scientific evidence base for responding to the immediate- and, to a lesser degree, long-term mental health aftermath of trauma and disaster is still emerging, the content in this topic reflects the best practices in this area based on available expert

2018 BMJ Best Practice

14. Disasters Through the Lens of Disparities: Elevate Community Resilience as an Essential Public Health Service (PubMed)

Disasters Through the Lens of Disparities: Elevate Community Resilience as an Essential Public Health Service 29211534 2018 12 07 1541-0048 108 1 2018 Jan American journal of public health Am J Public Health Disasters Through the Lens of Disparities: Elevate Community Resilience as an Essential Public Health Service. 28-30 10.2105/AJPH.2017.304193 Lichtveld Maureen M Maureen Lichtveld is with the Department of Global Environmental Health Sciences, Tulane University School of Public Health (...) and Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA. eng Journal Article United States Am J Public Health 1254074 0090-0036 Am J Public Health. 2018 Jan;108(1):9-10 29211520 2017 12 7 6 0 2017 12 7 6 0 2017 12 7 6 0 ppublish 29211534 10.2105/AJPH.2017.304193 PMC5719707 Am J Public Health. 2016 Jul;106(7):1235-42 27196662 Curr Environ Health Rep. 2016 Dec;3(4):370-378 27722880 J Public Health Manag Pract. 2017 Nov/Dec;23 Suppl 6 Supplement, Gulf Region Health Outreach Program:S8-S10 28961646

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2018 American Journal of Public Health

15. Preparing and Rebuilding After Natural Disasters: A New Public Health Normal! (PubMed)

Preparing and Rebuilding After Natural Disasters: A New Public Health Normal! 29211520 2018 12 07 1541-0048 108 1 2018 01 American journal of public health Am J Public Health Preparing and Rebuilding After Natural Disasters: A New Public Health Normal! 9-10 10.2105/AJPH.2017.304202 Morabia Alfredo A Alfredo Morabia is the Editor-in-Chief of AJPH. Georges C. Benjamin is the Executive Director, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. Benjamin Georges C GC Alfredo Morabia is the Editor (...) -in-Chief of AJPH. Georges C. Benjamin is the Executive Director, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. eng Editorial Comment United States Am J Public Health 1254074 0090-0036 Am J Public Health. 2018 Jan;108(1):27-28 29211535 Am J Public Health. 2018 Jan;108(1):28-30 29211534 Am J Public Health. 2018 Jan;108(1):30-32 29211541 Am J Public Health. 2018 Jan;108(1):32-33 29211532 Am J Public Health. 2018 Jan;108(1):33-35 29211542 2017 12 7 6 0 2017 12 7 6 0 2017 12 7 6 0 ppublish 29211520

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2018 American Journal of Public Health

16. Factors affecting public health nurses’ satisfaction with the preparedness and response of disaster relief operations at nuclear emergencies (PubMed)

Factors affecting public health nurses’ satisfaction with the preparedness and response of disaster relief operations at nuclear emergencies 29342294 2018 11 13 1349-9157 59 2 2018 Mar 01 Journal of radiation research J. Radiat. Res. Factors affecting public health nurses' satisfaction with the preparedness and response of disaster relief operations at nuclear emergencies. 240-241 10.1093/jrr/rrx082 Yamaguchi Takumi T Division of Disaster and Radiation Medical Sciences, Graduate School (...) of Biomedical Sciences, Nagasaki University, 1-12-4 Sakamoto, Nagasaki 8528523, Japan. Orita Makiko M Department of Global Health, Medicine and Welfare, Atomic Bomb Disease Institute, Nagasaki University, 1-12-4 Sakamoto, Nagasaki 8528523, Japan. Urata Hideko H Division of Disaster and Radiation Medical Sciences, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Nagasaki University, 1-12-4 Sakamoto, Nagasaki 8528523, Japan. Shinkawa Tetsuko T Division of Disaster and Radiation Medical Sciences, Graduate School

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2018 Journal of radiation research

17. Political Will, Coordination, and Planning: Key Components for Strengthening National Response to Public Health Emergencies and Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean Countries (PubMed)

Political Will, Coordination, and Planning: Key Components for Strengthening National Response to Public Health Emergencies and Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean Countries 30192664 2018 11 14 1541-0048 108 S3 2018 Sep American journal of public health Am J Public Health Political Will, Coordination, and Planning: Key Components for Strengthening National Response to Public Health Emergencies and Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean Countries. S209-S211 10.2105/AJPH (...) Mauvernay are with the Health Emergencies Department at the Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC. Pablo Aguilar Alcala is an independent consultant based in Gaithersburg, MD. eng Journal Article United States Am J Public Health 1254074 0090-0036 2018 9 8 6 0 2018 9 8 6 0 2018 9 8 6 0 ppublish 30192664 10.2105/AJPH.2018.304639 PMC6129649 Am J Public Health. 2007 Nov;97(11):2010-3 17901425 Health Res Policy Syst. 2009 Sep 28;7:21 19785747 Am J Public Health. 2016 Feb;106(2):279-82 26691130

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2018 American Journal of Public Health

18. Ear acupuncture for trauma-related disorders after large-scale disasters: a systematic review

Ear acupuncture for trauma-related disorders after large-scale disasters: a systematic review Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. The registrant confirms that the information supplied for this submission is accurate and complete. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external

2019 PROSPERO

19. Infographic: Disaster Triage Accuracy Following Screen-Based Simulation versus Immersive Simulation

uncertainty to if the improvement in triage score is due to the SBS, automated feedback, or additional self-learning. Lastly since both the immersive simulation used to set baseline and test for improvements were identical, repeating the simulation may have impacted decisions made during the second simulation. References 1. Cicero M, Whitfill T, Walsh B, et al. Correlation Between Paramedic Disaster Triage Accuracy in Screen-Based Simulations and Immersive Simulations. Prehosp Emerg Care . August 2018:1-7 (...) . [ ] 2. Koziel J, Meckler G, Brown L, et al. Barriers to pediatric disaster triage: a qualitative investigation. Prehosp Emerg Care . 2015;19(2):279-286. [ ] 3. Cicero M, Whitfill T, Overly F, et al. Pediatric Disaster Triage: Multiple Simulation Curriculum Improves Prehospital Care Providers’ Assessment Skills. Prehosp Emerg Care . 2017;21(2):201-208. [ ] (Visited 102 times, 1 visits today) Anson Dinh Anson Dinh is a medical student at the University of Saskatchewan, Class of 2021. His academic

2019 CandiEM

20. Nurses' experiences of ethical preparedness for catastrophic public health emergencies and health care disasters; a systematic review of qualitative evidence.

Nurses' experiences of ethical preparedness for catastrophic public health emergencies and health care disasters; a systematic review of qualitative evidence. 27820359 2018 05 14 1838-2142 8 34 Suppl 2010 JBI library of systematic reviews JBI Libr Syst Rev Nurses' experiences of ethical preparedness for catastrophic public health emergencies and health care disasters; a systematic review of qualitative evidence. 1-15 Johnstone Megan-Jane MJ 1Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Deakin

2017 JBI library of systematic reviews

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