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181. When a natural disaster strikes, can public health respond effectively?

When a natural disaster strikes, can public health respond effectively? When a natural disaster strikes, can public health respond effectively? | | Blogs | CDC Search Form Controls TOPIC ONLY Search The CDC cancel submit Search Form Controls TOPIC ONLY Search The CDC cancel submit Note: Javascript is disabled or is not supported by your browser. For this reason, some items on this page will be unavailable. For more information about this message, please visit this page: . Related to this Blog (...) About this Blog When a natural disaster strikes, can public health respond effectively? Posted on April 19, 2016 by Blog Administrator New primer shows how disaster surveillance can make all the difference. During April 25-28, 2011, a massive storm system generated 351 tornadoes that whipped through five southern states, causing 338 deaths, leaving behind historic levels of damage to people’s homes and businesses. The swarm of twisters and storms took down trees and power lines, blew roofs off

2016 CDC Your Health - Your Environment Blog

182. A Child's Health Is the Public's Health: Progress and Gaps in Addressing Pediatric Needs in Public Health Emergencies. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Child's Health Is the Public's Health: Progress and Gaps in Addressing Pediatric Needs in Public Health Emergencies. Children are the most prevalent vulnerable population in US society and have unique needs during the response to and recovery from public health emergencies. The physiological, behavioral, developmental, social, and mental health differences of children require specific attention in preparedness efforts. Despite often being more severely affected in disasters, children's needs (...) are historically underrepresented in preparedness. Since 2001, much progress has been made in addressing this disparity through better pediatric incorporation in preparedness planning from national to local levels. Innovative approaches, policies, and collaborations contribute to these advances. However, many gaps remain in the appropriate and proportional inclusion of children in planning for public health emergencies. Successful models of pediatric planning can be developed, evaluated, and widely

2017 American Journal of Public Health

183. Rationing Salt Water - Disaster Planning and Daily Care Delivery. (Abstract)

451W47IQ8X Sodium Chloride AIM IM Crystalloid Solutions Disaster Planning Health Care Rationing Humans Isotonic Solutions supply & distribution Pharmaceutical Preparations supply & distribution Sodium Chloride supply & distribution United States United States Food and Drug Administration 2014 3 21 6 0 2014 3 22 6 0 2014 6 11 6 0 ppublish 24645847 10.1056/NEJMp1401833 (...) Rationing Salt Water - Disaster Planning and Daily Care Delivery. 24645847 2014 06 10 2018 12 02 1533-4406 370 17 2014 Apr 24 The New England journal of medicine N. Engl. J. Med. Rationing salt water--disaster planning and daily care delivery. 1573-6 10.1056/NEJMp1401833 Hick John L JL From the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota, and the Hennepin County Medical Center - both in Minneapolis (J.L.H.); the Department of Emergency Medicine, George Washington University (D.H

2014 NEJM

184. Typhoon Haiyan and the Professionalization of Disaster Response. Full Text available with Trip Pro

, Harvard School of Public Health (P.D.B.) - both in Boston. Biddinger Paul D PD eng Journal Article 2014 02 19 United States N Engl J Med 0255562 0028-4793 AIM IM Clinical Competence Cyclonic Storms Disasters Hospital Rapid Response Team Humans Philippines Relief Work 2014 2 21 6 0 2014 2 21 6 0 2014 4 15 6 0 ppublish 24552286 10.1056/NEJMp1401820 (...) Typhoon Haiyan and the Professionalization of Disaster Response. 24552286 2014 04 14 2014 03 27 1533-4406 370 13 2014 Mar 27 The New England journal of medicine N. Engl. J. Med. Typhoon Haiyan and the professionalization of disaster response. 1185-7 10.1056/NEJMp1401820 Cranmer Hilarie H HH From the Department of Emergency Medicine (H.H.C., P.D.B.) and the Center for Global Health (H.H.C.), Massachusetts General Hospital; and the Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development

2014 NEJM

185. Collaboration in Response to Disaster - Typhoon Yolanda and an Integrative Model. (Abstract)

(O.M.), and the Department of Military Medicine (Y.K.), Hebrew University, Jerusalem; the Trauma Unit, Meir Medical Center, Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine, Kfar Saba (G.L.); and the Danek Gertner Institute of Human Genetics, Sheba Medical Center, Ramat Gan (E.P.) - all in Israel. Kreiss Yitshak Y Lin Guy G Pras Elon E Dagan David D eng Journal Article 2014 02 19 United States N Engl J Med 0255562 0028-4793 AIM IM Cooperative Behavior Cyclonic Storms Delivery of Health Care (...) Collaboration in Response to Disaster - Typhoon Yolanda and an Integrative Model. 24552287 2014 04 14 2014 03 27 1533-4406 370 13 2014 Mar 27 The New England journal of medicine N. Engl. J. Med. Collaboration in response to disaster--Typhoon Yolanda and an integrative model. 1183-4 10.1056/NEJMp1315960 Merin Ofer O From the Israel Defense Forces Medical Corps Field Hospital, Tel Hashomer (O.M., Y.K., G.L., E.P., D.D.); the Department of Cardiac Surgery, Trauma Unit, Shaare Zedek Medical Center

2014 NEJM

186. Optimizing Global Resiliency in Public Health, Emergency Response, and Disaster Medicine Full Text available with Trip Pro

Optimizing Global Resiliency in Public Health, Emergency Response, and Disaster Medicine Resiliency through use of point-of-care (POC) testing in small-world networks will change the future landscape by bringing evidence-based decision-making to sites of need globally. This issue of Point of Care addresses fundamental principles and essential building blocks that mitigate crises and enhance standards of care. Several papers on needs assessment support the case for onsite testing in different

2012 Point of Care

187. The public health disaster trust scale: validation of a brief measure. (Abstract)

The public health disaster trust scale: validation of a brief measure. Trust contributes to community resilience by the critical influence it has on the community's responses to public health recommendations before, during, and after disasters. However, trust in public health is a multifactorial concept that has rarely been defined and measured empirically in public health jurisdictional risk assessment surveys. Measuring trust helps public health departments identify and ameliorate a threat (...) to effective risk communications and increase resilience. Such a measure should be brief to be incorporated into assessments conducted by public health departments.We report on a brief scale of public health disaster-related trust, its psychometric properties, and its validity.On the basis of a literature review, our conceptual model of public health disaster-related trust and previously conducted focus groups, we postulated that public health disaster-related trust includes 4 major domains: competency

2012 Journal of Public Health Management and Practice

188. Mental health of those directly exposed to the World Trade Center disaster: Unmet mental health care need, mental health treatment service use, and quality of life. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Mental health of those directly exposed to the World Trade Center disaster: Unmet mental health care need, mental health treatment service use, and quality of life. Mental health service utilization several years following a man-made or natural disaster can be lower than expected, despite a high prevalence of mental health disorders among those exposed. This study focused on factors associated with subjective unmet mental health care need (UMHCN) and its relationship to a combination (...) of diagnostic history and current mental health symptoms, 5-6 years after the 9-11-01 World Trade Center (WTC) disaster in New York City, USA. Two survey waves of the WTC Health Registry, after exclusions, provided a sample of 36,625 enrollees for this analysis. Important differences were found among enrollees who were categorized according to the presence or absence of a self-reported mental health diagnosis and symptoms indicative of post-traumatic stress disorder or serious psychological distress

2013 Social Science & Medicine

189. Effectiveness of a primary health care program on urban and rural community disaster preparedness, Islamic Republic of Iran: a community intervention trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effectiveness of a primary health care program on urban and rural community disaster preparedness, Islamic Republic of Iran: a community intervention trial. To evaluate the effectiveness of a capacity-building intervention administered through a primary health care (PHC) system on community disaster preparedness in Iran.A controlled community intervention trial with pre- and postassessments was conducted in 2011 in 3 provinces of Iran. In each province, 2 areas were chosen and randomly selected (...) ). Relative changes for awareness and readiness were significantly correlated with a community's baseline risk perception and previous experience with natural disasters (P < .001).An educational intervention administered through the PHC system effectively improved disaster awareness and readiness at a community level. For sustainability, community disaster reduction programs must be integrated into routine public health service delivery.

2013 Disaster medicine and public health preparedness Controlled trial quality: uncertain

190. Knowledge saves lives after natural disasters

Knowledge saves lives after natural disasters Knowledge saves lives after natural disasters | TrustTheEvidence.net Syndicate Discover the truth behind the research findings that affect everyday healthcare. » » Links Tags HONcode Certified This site complies with the for trustworthy health information: . Knowledge saves lives after natural disasters Carl Heneghan Last edited 27th September 2011 Published Guardian online, Carl Heneghan, 26/09/2011 Comment: Dr Carl Heneghan, director of the Centre (...) for Evidence-Based Medicine and a clinical reader in the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences at the University of Oxford, writes: ‘Where were you when the tsunami hit in December 2004? ... Have you ever considered how rescue workers and medics on the ground make the right decisions under such extreme circumstances? To improve their decision-making, the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford organised the first conference on Evidence Aid, held in Oxford on Monday ... Evidence

2011 TrustTheEvidence

191. Natural disasters in a time of telemedicine

, and was very impressed that Teladoc was receptive to the suggestion for future development. From Katrina to Harvey, the health care technology landscape has changed drastically. The platforms for telemedicine are already in the mainstream market as a way to see patients. There is productive debate about urgent care vs. primary care models of practice, but in the arena of emergency relief, the urgent care applications have the potential to change the way we approach natural disaster response. The staff (...) of Houston, flew to another airport and drove a few hours back to the flood. I am proud of them, and salute the doctors/nurses/technicians/staff that rode out the hurricane in the hospital with their patients for days. I have infinite faith that doctors will not abandon their patients in the hospital, but a new problem emerges as the rain stops. What about the 30,000 displaced people who are seeking shelter in standing water, a known public health risk? Recently, Teladoc made the historic move to provide

2017 KevinMD blog

192. 5 ways doctors can cope when natural disaster strikes

of emotional investment. However, in the midst of natural disaster and crisis, this demand increased exponentially. How do we take care of ourselves and our own families while meeting the needs around us? What the public never realizes is that for those who are not frontline responders, EMS, firefighters or police officers, there is a small army of physicians and other health care workers that sustain our hospital systems while the entire world shuts down. This is a tremendous sacrifice and often goes (...) unsung. These physicians sometimes have little lead time to prepare. As we think about the importance of evacuation and disaster planning, how do we — as health care providers — address our own immediate needs, those of our own families, so that we can effectively provide patient care? Here are five things for physicians and hospital staff to consider when time permits preparation for a natural disaster facing your community. 1. You cannot compartmentalize. In a disaster or extended period of service

2017 KevinMD blog

193. New toolkit equips death scene investigators for natural disasters, and weather events.

author the toolkit, is trained as a forensic pathologist at Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office in Atlanta, Georgia. The toolkit’s purpose is to help improve the level of detail included in reports of disaster-related deaths, with the goal of improving CDC’s disaster-related mortality surveillance and supporting evidence-based public health intervention during disaster response. “Disaster-attributed deaths often lack disaster-identifying terminology in the death certificates,” Issa explained (...) New toolkit equips death scene investigators for natural disasters, and weather events. New toolkit equips death scene investigators for natural disasters, and weather events. | | Blogs | CDC Search Form Controls TOPIC ONLY Search The CDC cancel submit Search Form Controls TOPIC ONLY Search The CDC cancel submit Note: Javascript is disabled or is not supported by your browser. For this reason, some items on this page will be unavailable. For more information about this message, please visit

2017 CDC Your Health - Your Environment Blog

194. Are post-apocalyptic disaster films inspiration for doctors?

for a pharmaceutical corporation and help your CEO figure out which drug patent to buy so he can jack up the price a hundred-fold? In Elysium, Matt Damon plays a public health hero. From a car thief (“lumpen”) to an assembly line worker at a robot factory (an ordinary “prole”), he becomes a guerrilla fighter for health as a human right. In this world, we could sorely use a hero of that sort. Back in this world, the elites and the politicians in their pay seek to further shrink the social commons of health care (...) billionaires in the world own as much assets as . We are not too distant from the world depicted in “Elysium” where the elites live far away from the rabble on a massive space station. We are witnessing levels of inequality unseen since the Gilded Age. What shall it be for the up-and-coming doctor? Join the elites in making as much money from the current health care system while the scam lasts? Work for an insurance company and deny your fellow doctors attempts to care for their patients? Work

2017 KevinMD blog

195. Obamacare isn’t a disaster. Failing to improve upon it would be.

Obamacare isn’t a disaster. Failing to improve upon it would be. Obamacare isn't a disaster. Failing to improve upon it would be. Obamacare isn’t a disaster. Failing to improve upon it would be. | | May 3, 2017 83 Shares Congress has returned to DC in the wake of the defeat of Paul Ryan’s American Health Care Act. And while shouting “repeal and replace” might win elections, this debacle proves that the American people will not tolerate their families, friends, and neighbors losing healthcare (...) on medical devices, the pharmaceutical industry, and health insurers. The . Getting rid of them would provide relief to the people who actually face their costs, patients in our health care system. 2. Bridging the Medicaid gap. Nearly 3 million Americans make too much money to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough to purchase subsidized coverage from HealthCare.Gov. Since many politicians deride Medicaid in states like Texas, Florida, and Georgia, there is a better way to provide healthcare coverage

2017 KevinMD blog

196. Disasters and public health Full Text available with Trip Pro

Disasters and public health Studies on the health effects of disasters have shown that epidemiological indices can be of value in planning preventive and relief measures and in evaluating their effectiveness. Mortality rates naturally vary considerably, but in earthquakes, for example, the number of deaths per 100 houses destroyed can give an indication of the adequacy of building techniques. Age-specific mortality rates can help to identify particularly vulnerable groups and perhaps indicate (...) what form of education would be valuable. Except in earthquakes, the number of casualties after a disaster is usually low in relation to the number of deaths, and study of the distribution and types of lesions would help in planning the amounts and types of relief supplies and personnel required. Disasters also affect the general level of morbidity in a district because of either interruption of normal health care services or of spraying or other disease control measures. Mental health

1979 Bulletin of the World Health Organization

197. Public Health Aspects of Atomic Disaster Full Text available with Trip Pro

Public Health Aspects of Atomic Disaster 14901883 2004 02 15 2018 12 01 0044-0086 24 2 1951 Nov The Yale journal of biology and medicine Yale J Biol Med Public health aspects of atomic disaster. 116-22 JAMES G G eng Journal Article United States Yale J Biol Med 0417414 0044-0086 OM Civil Defense Disasters Nuclear Warfare Public Health 5221:32405:41:85 ATOMIC WARFARE CIVIL DEFENSE 1951 11 1 1951 11 1 0 1 1951 11 1 0 0 ppublish 14901883 PMC2599114 Am J Public Health Nations Health. 1950 Oct;40(10

1951 The Yale journal of biology and medicine

198. Public Health Service emergency assistance in disaster relief Full Text available with Trip Pro

Public Health Service emergency assistance in disaster relief 13047542 2003 05 01 2018 12 01 0094-6214 68 6 1953 Jun Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1896) Public Health Rep Public Health Service emergency assistance in disaster relief. 630-2 MCCALLUM G E GE LUDWIG H F HF eng Journal Article United States Public Health Rep 0433021 0094-6214 OM Disasters Emergency Medical Services Humans Public Assistance Public Health United States United States Public Health Service 5324:17919:196:554 (...) DISASTERS PUBLIC HEALTH 1953 6 1 1953 6 1 0 1 1953 6 1 0 0 ppublish 13047542 PMC2024044

1953 Public Health Reports

199. Public health disaster aid in the Rio Grande flood of 1954 Full Text available with Trip Pro

Public health disaster aid in the Rio Grande flood of 1954 13485295 2000 07 01 2018 12 01 0094-6214 72 11 1957 Nov Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1896) Public Health Rep Public health disaster aid in the Rio Grande flood of 1954. 1009-17 VON ZUBEN F J FJ Jr HAYES G R GR Jr ANDERSON E C EC eng Journal Article United States Public Health Rep 0433021 0094-6214 OM Disasters Floods Humans Public Health 5833:28240:201:426 FLOODS PUBLIC HEALTH 1957 11 1 1957 11 1 0 1 1957 11 1 0 0 ppublish

1957 Public Health Reports

200. CIVIL DEFENSE—Public Health Measures to be Taken in a Major Disaster Full Text available with Trip Pro

CIVIL DEFENSE—Public Health Measures to be Taken in a Major Disaster 13260923 2003 05 01 2018 12 01 0008-1264 83 4 1955 Oct California medicine Calif Med Civil defense; public health measures to be taken in a major disaster. 304-8 UHL G M GM eng Journal Article United States Calif Med 0410260 0008-1264 OM Civil Defense Disasters Humans Public Health 5629:12841 CIVIL DEFENSE 1955 10 1 1955 10 1 0 1 1955 10 1 0 0 ppublish 13260923 PMC1532543

1955 California Medicine

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