Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Emergency Preparedness And Disaster Management In Health Institutions




Rationale
“There is need to promote health emergency preparedness among general public and to strengthen the health sectors capability to respond to emergencies, disasters or calamities.”

Threats and risks are becoming increasingly complex due to the diversity of natural hazards affecting our country and the growth of transnational threats arising from consequences of terrorism, globalized disease outbreak, climate change, critical infrastructure interdependencies and cyber attacks. Emergencies can quickly escalate in scope and severity, cross jurisdictional lines, take on international dimensions and result in significant human and economic losses.

"Emergency Preparedness is the discipline of dealing with and avoiding both natural and manmade disasters.". It involves mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters.

A key function of the Government is to protect the safety and security of people. Government institutions are increasing their focus on Disaster management activities, given the evolving risk environment in their areas of responsibility. It can save lives, preserve the environment and protect property by raising the understanding of risks and by contributing to a safer, more prosperous and resilient.

Emergency Management

Objectives
By the end of this program, the participants will be able to :
  • Develop and implement specific health programs to deal with disasters.
  • Understand the role of coordination amongst different sectors in managing disasters.
  • Learn to deal with various administrative problems in managing disasters at institutional level
  • Study the role of government in disaster in risk reduction as regulator, coordinator for public and private sectors, dealing with social media and the aftermaths of disasters.
Learning Methods
  1. Experience sharing by learned faculties
  2. Presentations and discussions
  3. Case studies
  4. Individual and group exercises
  5. Daily reflection from participants


 Participant Fee
  • INR 8500(Non-residential) for Indian Participants inclusive of service tax.
  • INR 14000 (Residential) for Indian Participants inclusive of service tax.
  • USD 240 (Non-residential) for International Participants inclusive of service tax.
  • USD 375 (Residential) for International Participants inclusive of service tax
The programme fee will cover tuition fee, course study materials, local hospitality at IIHMR, New Delhi (Lunch and Tea/Coffee) during training

For more info... click Emergency Preparedness And Disaster Management In Health Institutions






For registration and queries, please contact:
Ms. Shikha Bassi, Training officer
e-mail: ppdp_delhi@iihmr.org, shikha@iihmr.org
International Institute of Health Management Research
Sector 18 A, Phase-II, Dwarka, New Delhi –110 075, Phone: 011- 30418900