Kevin "Kip" Thomas, Ph.D., MBA, the Director of Boston University's Healthcare Emergency Management Master's Program joins us to look at the 10 key elements to preparing an effective emergency plan for a hospital or healthcare setting.
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Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Response by Peter Slavin, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital at the 2013 Siemens Health Executives Forum. Dr. Slavin talks about the response to the Boston Marathon Bombing. http://usa.healthcare.siemens.com/news-and-events/mso-emergency-pediatric-care
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HOLLYWOOD B. MEDICAL CENTER, CHILDREN HOSPITAL, KAISOR AND E HOLLYWOOD COMMUNITY INVOLVES IN THAT DISASTER DRILL VIDEO/POST-PRODUCTION:- S RAJ PRODUCTION IN LA SPECIAL THANKS:- ABEL VARERA, LISA, ALL THE PARTICIPATE AND ENTIRE HOSPITAL TEAMS
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Autor del video: Oganización Panamericana de la Salud nombre de la editorial: Abbott Laboratories Expone la importancia de que los hospitales, no importa su tamaño, cuenten con un Plan de atención de víctimas de Desastre y desarrolla sus principales componentes.
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The UGA College of Public Health presents another episode of "Public Health Impact". In this episode, Dr. Phaedra Corso and Dr. Cham Dallas discuss emergency response and UGA's Institute for Disaster Management. Footage from a recent simulated tornado dill including 40 participating hospitals in GA is shown as an example of public health emergency preparedness.
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Jack Burke, from Nantucket Cottage Hospital, talks about how rural hospitals need to think differently when it comes to emergency preparedness. He draws on his 44 years of experience working in healthcare and gives several real-world examples. He also touches on the CMS Emergency Preparedness guidelines and what rural hospitals need to do to reach criteria.
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The exercise simulated a building collapse at Campbell Industrial Park.
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When the new HSDU suffered plant failure, it resulted in its complete shutdown for four and a half days in December 2010. The St. Mary's Hospital facility could not process contaminated re-usable medical instruments used by Theatres, Day Surgery, wards and departments. Such failures can have a serious impact, possibly resulting in cancelled procedures which, in turn, affect direct patient care. HSDU's contingency plan was put into operation and mainland sterile service facilities were immediately sourced to enable the processing of instruments to proceed. The HSDU staff volunteered to work additional hours, providing an 'around the clock' cover to ensure service continuity. Due to their dedication there were no cancelled operations. This entry was a finalist in the 2011 NHS Isle of Wight Awards. For more information visit www.iow.nhs.uk/awards.
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Before hospitals or healthcare systems can put together a disaster plan, they must understand the scenarios most likely to occur. Using the jurisdiction's Hazard Vulnerability Assessments (or HVA) to develop their internal HVA, Healthcare organizations incorporate mitigation actions and response and recovery strategies in their Emergency Operations Plan and facility-specific planning scenarios into their internal HVA. Our hangout guest for this topic is Jim Rush, an innovator in the field of Public Health and Healthcare Disaster Preparedness. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and the Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM). Jim has over 26 years of healthcare administration and community emergency management experience in the US Armed Forces, the US Public Health community and in the civilian healthcare industry.
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View the conference kickoff/opening video montage from the 2009 Disaster Planning for California Hospitals conference
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At a time when major disasters are occurring globally with increasing frequency and intensity, it is essential that our nation’s nurses and nursing students possess the knowledge, skills and abilities to respond to a disaster in a timely and appropriate manner. In this webinar, the following questions are answered: - As disasters become more frequent, how has the nurse's role changed? - How can you create a plan to ensure nurses are prepared? - Are there any new technologies and resources available? For more information about Disaster Nursing, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Presented by: Dr. Tener Goodwin Veenema, PhD, MPH, MS, RN, FAAN Dr. Veenema is an Associate Professor and Pediatric Emergency Nurse Practitioner at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has authored three books on disaster response, serves as a senior consultant to the United States Government, and is a senior scientist on the American Red Cross National Scientific Advisory Council.
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Just In Time Disaster Training Library – http://www.jitdt.org This video is part of the Just In Time Disaster Training Library. The library contains the most comprehensive selection of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and response videos.
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Miss Lucy has prepared a Toy Shortage Emergency Plan for when all of the Toys R Us stores close down because the Toy Bureau is expecting a nationwide shortage! Addy and Maya practice their drills and even call on some special YouTuber friends for help! A special thanks to "Sandaroo" from the Sandaroo Kids [DisneyCarToys] YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/DisneyCarToys And another special thanks to "The Assistant" from TheEngineeringFamily YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheEngineeringFamily Music Credits: Lettuce Celebrate by New Wave Sounds Northern Regions by Travis Loafman Bug Soup by Be Still the Earth Pearl Diver by Isaac Joel Power Play by Bryant Lowry Give by OBOY No Exit by Caleb Harris Elephant in the Room by Mucho Kaka What I Need by Hawksilver Nazca by Isaac Joel Cassini by Isaac Joel 1999 by Alter Ego Juggernaut by Matt Wigton Just Take My Money by Caleb Harris Let's Play by Valdi Sabev The Vegas Go-Go by Dresden the Flamingo Come Over by Finn's Fandango
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What is DISASTER MEDICINE? What does DISASTER MEDICINE mean? DISASTER MEDICINE meaning - DISASTER MEDICINE definition - DISASTER MEDICINE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Disaster medicine is the area of medical specialization serving the dual areas of providing health care to disaster survivors and providing medically related disaster preparation, disaster planning, disaster response and disaster recovery leadership throughout the disaster life cycle. Disaster medicine specialists provide insight, guidance and expertise on the principles and practice of medicine both in the disaster impact area and healthcare evacuation receiving facilities to emergency management professionals, hospitals, healthcare facilities, communities and governments. The disaster medicine specialist is the liaison between and partner to the medical contingency planner, the emergency management professional, the incident command system, government and policy makers. Disaster medicine is unique among the medical specialties in that unlike all other areas of specialization, the disaster medicine specialist does not practice the full scope of the specialty everyday but only in emergencies. Indeed, the disaster medicine specialist hopes to never practice the full scope of skills required for board certification. However, like specialists in public health, environmental medicine and occupational medicine, disaster medicine specialists engage in the development and modification of public and private policy, legislation, disaster planning and disaster recovery. Within the United States of America, the specialty of disaster medicine fulfils the requirements set for by Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPD), the National Response Plan (NRP), the National Incident Management System (NIMS), the National Resource Typing System (NRTS) and the NIMS Implementation Plan for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities. Disaster healthcare – The provision of healthcare services by healthcare professionals to disaster survivors and disaster responders both in a disaster impact area and healthcare evacuation receiving facilities throughout the disaster life cycle. Disaster behavioral health – Disaster behavioral health deals with the capability of disaster responders to perform optimally, and for disaster survivors to maintain or rapidly restore function, when faced with the threat or actual impact of disasters and extreme events. Disaster law – Disaster law deals with the legal ramifications of disaster planning, preparedness, response and recovery, including but not limited to financial recovery, public and private liability, property abatement and condemnation. Disaster life cycle – The time line for disaster events beginning with the period between disasters (interphase), progressing through the disaster event and the disaster response and culminating in the disaster recovery. Interphase begins as the end of the last disaster recovery and ends at the onset of the next disaster event. The disaster event begins when the event occurs and ends when the immediate event subsides. The disaster response begins when the event occurs and ends when acute disaster response services are no longer needed. Disaster recovery also begins with the disaster response and continues until the affected area is returned to the pre-event condition. Disaster planning – The act of devising a methodology for dealing with a disaster event, especially one with the potential to occur suddenly and cause great injury and/or loss of life, damage and hardship. Disaster planning occurs during the disaster interphase. Disaster preparation – The act of practicing and implementing the plan for dealing with a disaster event before and event occurs, especially one with the potential to occur suddenly and cause great injury and/or loss of life, damage and hardship. Disaster preparation occurs during the disaster interphase. Disaster recovery – The restoration or return to the former or better state or condition proceeding a disaster event (i.e., status quo ante, the state of affairs that existed previously). Disaster recovery is the fourth phase of the disaster life cycle....
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http://www.teletracking.com/success/testimonials.html Paige Patterson, RN Hospital Manager University of Colorado Hospital ====== Go Live The very first day, this program was worth every penny of it. All of a sudden we saw all of these brown rooms and we said, "Those are all dirty beds and how come those aren't being cleaned?" We knew that we were waiting on beds being cleaned, but the visual of Teletracking showing us all of those dirty beds at the same timeŠ We immediately regrouped with EVS to come up with a better plan to clean in the afternoon. That was our huge eye-opener. We knew that we had bad cleaning issues, but we didn't realize that we had dirty beds at one time that were unclean. Our capacity issues have been, to us, it seems extreme. I can't imagine trying to keep track of 60 people who are looking for a bed at 8 o'clock in the morning without having the automated Teletracking system and being able to know where they are exactly in the hospital. Aurora Shootings It was very chaotic at the site and there were a lot of police officers at the site in their cars waiting for ambulances to come. The police officers loaded up their cars and they brought 22 patients to our hospital via police car. And they all showed up in the ambulance bay and the staff went running out with gurneys to put their patients on there. It was very chaotic in the beginning because there were so many people in the E.D. at that time. I was called at 2 o'clock and came in at 2:30 and by that time they had a plan in place of what was needing to happen and how many critical patients needed to go to the O.R. and how many I.C.U. beds we needed to create. Teletracking helped us, enabled us, to move it on screen so that we could keep track of who the patients were and put it in a spreadsheet and send it off to the City. And that's what we used for weeks on end to keep track of these patients while they were here. The fact Teletracking allowed us to identify who the patients were was huge. Because I had the whole patient profile in there it allowed me to know what was going on with that patient and when that patient's diagnosis changed, when the care of that patient changed, we were able to track that, too. Teletracking & Epic Care delivery using both Epic and Teletracking has been improved because we're able to track those patients in the hospital easier. The preplanning that Teletracking allows us to have is critical. The staff have gotten very comfortable using both Epic and Teletracking to keep us informed of what's going on in their unit. We had some serious issues in the beginning because we didn't really know how to use both systems. And we put out the "I Need Help" Flyer and Teletracking came to our rescue big-time. We could not have done it without the Teletracking Support. Teletracking Support has been available 24/7 for us. Everyone we talk to at Teletracking when we need help has been absolutely positive and very supportive. And when they tell me that it's because I didn't click this, I clicked that, and I feel like, "Oh, I shouldn't have bothered with a call," they say, "No, that's why we're here." Reports I like the custom reporting. We've captured a lot of data related to discharge time of day, the census time of day. We were collecting data because we wanted to find out how come on certain days our O.R.s were busier than another day. So we collected the average admissions from the O.R. versus the Access and then versus Emergency Department day by day and almost hour by hour, so we could track what we were doing. Where our patients were all coming from at any time of day, and it helped the O.R. then go back and rework their schedule so not in all one day would we get 18 orthopedic admissions, they would spread them out. The OR has, they looked at our numbers and saw that we were very lean on a Wednesday and very heavy on a Thursday and very light on a Friday so then they branched it out and they said to orthopedics in particular, "you can have days Monday, Tuesday and Friday" and so their people are coming and going as they recover from their surgeries in a timely manner.
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Disaster Management drill at Apollo Hospital conducted by Trauma Care India based on principles of PTC UK. Program was sponsored by Indian Head Injury Foundation and involved training of security and para medical staff of the hospital.
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Few can forget the vivid images of water flooding the streets of New York City after last October's super storm. Despite routinely going through planning drills, nothing can prepare a hospital for a disaster of that magnitude. In this exclusive interview, Alan Aviles, president and CEO of New York City Health and Hospitals Corp., talks about being prepared for the unexpected.
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Local hospitals in the Bay Area continue learning from tragedies like the mass shootings in Las Vegas and the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Tampa General Hospital is a trauma 1 facility which means they treat the most serious of injuries.
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Code yellow,Code red & Code green at hospitals in emergency situations First presentation was in 2008 , but is still useful to hospital emergency departments
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Local hospitals in the Bay Area continue learning from tragedies like the mass shootings in Las Vegas and the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Tampa General Hospital is a trauma 1 facility which means they treat the most serious of injuries.
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Created in the 1950s, this animated film describes the Civil Defense Emergency Hospitals, later renamed Civil Defense Packaged Disaster Hospitals. These were 200 bed mobile hospitals based on the military's Mobile Army Surgeons Hospitals or MASH units. The CD hospitals were equipped with supplies for 30 days of operations. In June 1956, the Federal Civil Defense Authority announced a new program for distribution of civil defense emergency hospitals. The objective was to store these 200-bed hospitals at strategic points throughout the country in or near facilities which could be converted to hospital use in an emergency. The plan was designed for the safe permanent storage of a hospital in unopened orginal containers at or near the place of eventual usage where it could be unpacked and put into operation with a minimum of delay in event of an emergency. Storage sites were to be not closer than 15 miles to a Critical Target Area nor farther than 50 miles from the area to be supported. At least 15,000 square feet of acceptable space would have to be available for hospital operations. Actual storage space required for the packaged hospital was slightly over 1,800 cubic feet. The plan was to be implemented through formal agreements with the States. Each State could obtain one or several of these hospitals for storage within its borders by signing an agreement with FCDA under which the State accepted responsibility for adequate custodial, maintenance, and protective care according to established criteria. All aquisition and delivery costs were borne by the Federal Government. Subsequent costs for storage, care, and protection were borne by the State. Packaged Disaster Hospitals supported Civil Defense and provided medical facilities capable of surviving the destruction of hospitals during a nuclear exchange. In 1953 the Federal Civil Defense Agency began development of a field hospital that could be deployed nationwide. Modeled on the Army's Mobile Surgical Hospital, a 200-bed prototype known as the Civil Defense Emergency Hospital was constructed. Because the Army hospitals were equipped with equipment not necessary for civilian purposes, the Civil Defense Emergency Hospital design was refined further into a facility with durable equipment as a Packaged Disaster Hospital. Originally designed to operate for a few days, the package was expanded to operate independently for 30 days to compensate for limited mobility of the survivors and reduced transportation capabilities. From 1953 to 1957, the Federal Civil Defense Agency acquired 1800 hospitals. Although transferred to the U.S. Public Health Service in 1961, there was no loss in the program's tempo, as 750 additional facilities were purchased and deployed. Each Packaged Disaster Hospital set weighed approximately 45,000 pounds and required 7,500 cubic feet of storage space. Assembly required 120 person-hours. The hospital included 12 functioning units: pharmacy, hospital supplies/equipment, surgical supplies/equipment, IV solutions/supplies, dental supplies, X-ray, hospital records/office supplies, water supplies, electrical supplies/equipment, maintenance/housekeeping supplies. Supplies ranged from antibiotics, gurneys, and centrifuges to blankets, sheets, and surgical gloves. Narcotics and surgical scrubs were omitted from the package. The Packaged Disaster Hospital also had an ax, hammers, screwdrivers, picks, and shovels. An extensive set of reference materials published by the U.S. Public Health Service was also available, ranging from manuals describing the facility set-up to assembling and installing specialized equipment. The equipment was supported by a comprehensive training program with texts, lesson plans, lecture formats, and a 27.5 minute film. The last Packaged Disaster Hospital set was assembled in 1962. At the program's zenith, over 2500 hospitals were deployed throughout the United States. The facilities were well dispersed; even rural states such as Alabama had 53 facilities and Arkansas had 18. The concept was also adopted in Canada, where at least 24 similarly equipped packages were assembled. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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In this 2017 biothreats exercise at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), teams participate in a drill on Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). In October 2018, MGH announced that it would take part in a national, multi -center trial evaluating ZMapp, an experimental treatment consisting of three antibodies to treat EVD. This trial and drills like the one seen here are part of the hospital's ongoing commitment to being ready and available to care for patients with severe and highly-infectious diseases.
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uploaded by Editor Aks-E-Parwaaz Mr Marin Mudasir.:- District Development Commissioner, Budgam Dr Syed Sehrish Asgar today chaired a meeting to review the District Disaster Management Preparedness at New Conference Hall Budgam. The meeting, among others was attended by ADDC Budgam Khurshid Ahmad Sanai, ADC Budgam, Khurshid Ahmad Shah, IAS Probitioner Bilal Mohhi-U-Din Bhat, ACR Budgam, Zaffar Shawl, ACD Budgam, Waseem Raja, CPO Budgam, Abdul Rasheed, all SDMs, Tehsildars, EX Ens of various departments and Executive Officers of Municipal Committees. Emphasizing on the foolproof readiness, the DDC directed all the concerned departments to submit list of their available resources and demands and pendency’s in respect of preparedness without further delay so that the objective to ensure prompt and effective response towards disaster is mitigated to prevent the loss of public life and property. For release of payments, made on expenditures on the restoration works of various projects, schemes and government structures damaged due to various climatic disasters in recent past, the DDC instructed officers to submit their expenditure bills through proper SOPs for release of funds. She also directed concerned to submit their lists of procurement of necessary gadgets and safety equipments for the prompt response towards various manmade and natural disasters. The meeting also discussed procurement of safety equipments including, rubber glows, long shoes, boats; wooden and motor boats, potable Gen sets, helmets, wood cutters, waterproof jackets, recovery van, dewatering pumps, Blue Lumps, life saving jackets raised by various departments during the meeting, required to face any eventuality. The DDC also directed the concerned to conduct safety audits of building and government structure including hospitals and education institutions, mock drills and training for volunteers and masons for better disaster management system under capacity building. Meanwhile, the DDC also took stock of restoration of essential services including electricity and damaged Water Supply Schemes and connectivity affected due recent snowfall across the district, she directed concerned for immediate restoration of all remaining damaged and defunct essential services in respect of Water Supply Schemes and electricity and road connectivity lines across the district.
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The evacuation of patients during an emergency is a concept that should be taught and drilled with anyone who works in a healthcare environment. Here we are evaluating the use of TEAMSTEPPS for healthcare students during an "emergeny evacuation." The concept being used is one that has been developed by Doctor Kenneth Iserson, an emergency physician and published in a peer-reviewed journal. The students taking part in the study are medical, nursing, PAs, RTs, OTs, and PTs.
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Hi Everyone! We Finished this video a little late but Better Late then Never Right? lol So this story is about a Girl who is Desperate to Get Her Midnight Kiss from The Boy she's Had a Crush on since... Forever. But Things don't Go according to Plan because Destiny and Lots of Mishaps may Change her Plans to Get That Special Kiss at New Years Day! Thank you to Everyone who watches my channel and my movies . Me and my Family wish you All a Happy New Year !!! LETS CONNECT!! =^ ◡ ^= __________________________ ✧ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LPSSillyFaceXD ✧ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mimi.asun ✧ Instagram: https://instagram.com/lpspink_diamond/ __________________________ Music By Kevin Macleod Link Here: http://incompetech.com/ Sound By Freesound Link Here: http://www.freesound.org/ Editor: iMovie Camera: Canon PowerShot SX530 HS Animation: CrazyTalk- http://www.reallusion.com/crazytalk/d... ©LPSPink Diamond 2019
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Stanley Szyptek of Fire and Life Safety, Inc. joins First Healthcare Compliance for a discussion on Emergency Preparedness Requirements. This webinar covers essential concepts pertaining to the disaster management continuum including preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery. The presentation will focus on the necessity of “All Hazards Planning” and utilization of a trusted emergency management model known as the Incident Command System (ICS) as it pertains to health care facilities. The program will also include a brief overview of new CMS conditions of participation regarding emergency preparedness. Objectives: 1. Promote the importance of "All Hazards" Emergency Management and how it relates to the health care environment. 2. Review essential concepts of emergency management including Hazard Vulnerability Assessment (HVA) and the Incident Command System (ICS) 3. Illustrate the key elements of new CMS conditions of participation pertaining to Emergency Preparedness and the impending compliance deadline of 11/15/17. First Healthcare Compliance, LLC offers the most comprehensive cloud-based software solution to address the compliance program management needs of private practices, hospital networks, healthcare billing companies, and long-term care facilities. Our flexible, and scalable solutions allow organizations to share, track, and manage their compliance processes with ease, view compliance in real time across all locations, and have peace of mind that they are current in all federal healthcare regulatory areas. Administrators using the First Healthcare Compliance platform are able to share, track, and manage their compliance processes with ease, view compliance in real time across all locations, and have peace of mind that they are current in all areas. Visit our website to learn more: http://1sthcc.com SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/1stHCC Follow us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/1sthcc Follow us on LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/company/2592500 Like us on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/firsthealthcarecompliance/ Follow us on GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/111167136096637747605
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In fall of 2013, disaster hit as an explosion injured 1,000 people and pushed a southern state’s hospital network to the brink with patients suffering shrapnel injuries, burns and amputated limbs. Fortunately for all involved, it was just a simulation and GP Strategies was there to help them test their disaster surge plans and preparedness.
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In an interview with Rupantaran (by Avenews TV), Damodar Adhikari from the World Health Organization (WHO) discusses the work WHO has been supporting with the Government of Nepal has health sector disaster preparedness and response. This work includes a detailed assessment of hospitals under the Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium Flagship 1 for Hospital Safety.
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