|Author:||WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific|
|Subcategory:||Medicine & Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||World Health Organization; 1 edition (December 1, 2006)|
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Summary Although the present title deviates from the original publication, Protocol for Assessment of Health Facilities i. .
field manual for capacity assessment of health facilities in responding to emergencies.
WPRO Non Serial Publication. WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific . has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Evaluation and Analysis of Hospital Disaster Preparedness in Jeddah. Health facilities whether hospitals or rural health clinics, should be a source of strength during emergencies and disasters. They should be ready to save lives and to continue providing essential emergencies and disasters. It was divided into eight fields of 33 indicators: structure, architectural and furnishings, lifeline facilities’ safety, hospital location, utilities maintenance, surge capacity, emergency and disaster plan, and control of communication and coordination.
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Report all health emergencies to the Operation Center, and document all . WHO-Manila 14 Guidance Notes Preparedness for Health Facilities.
Report all health emergencies to the Operation Center, and document all incidents responded. From: Pocket Emergency Tool 2nd Ed. by Health Emergency Management Staff-DOH, Phils, WHO-WPR Hospitals are central to provide emergency care and hence when a disaster strike the society falls back upon the hospitals to provide immediate succor in the form of emergency medical care. 9 Why have emergency plans beyond its normal capacity, constitute a disaster for the said hospital.
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Who health emergencies programme update: oc tober 2016 . Optimize delivery at country level, Develop standardized strategies and service.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and its regional offices with some . 12 Communicable disease control in emergencies: a field manual, By .
The World Health Organization (WHO) and its regional offices with some support from the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery of the World Bank are partnering with the secretariat of the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) on this campaign and on the preparation of the ISDR-Biblio . World Health Organization. Field manual for capacity assessment of health facilities in responding to emergencies, By the World Health Organization (WHO), 2006.
and Reporting Guide in the WHO Western Pacific Region Response –Preparing Responses to the 2009 Influenza A(H1N1) Pandemic –Responding to New Influenza A(H1N1): A framework for action for the next five months –Mitigating the impact of the new influenza A(H1N1): options fo.
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Field manual for capacity assessment of health facilities in responding to emergencies. Hospital surge model. Kelen GD et al. Inpatient disposition classification for the creation of hospital surge capacity: a multiphase study. Lan- cet, 2006, 368(9551):1984–90. Kraus CK, Levy F, Kelen GD. Lifeboat ethics: considerations in the discharge of inpatients for the creation of hospital surge.
Methods: We conducted an assessment within all 30 primary and secondary hospitals and within a stratified random sampling of 30 dispensaries and health centres in western Kenya. Results: No lower level facilities and 30% of higher level facilities reported having a defined, organised approach to trauma.