Nies & McEwen: Chapter 26: Natural and Man

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Natural and Man-Made Disasters
Nies & McEwen: Chapter 26
Objective 1:
• Define terms, compare and contrast methods
and concepts of natural and man-made
disasters related to community health
Objective 2:
• Define and discuss the following
characteristics of disasters
• Frequency
• Predictability
• Preventability
• Scope and number of casualties
• Intensity
Objective 3:
• Outline and discuss the following factors as they relate to
disaster management.
A. List local, state, and federal governmental
responsibilities related to disaster management
local--first responders & office of emergency
management (OEM)
federal--US Department of Homeland Security
B. National Response Plan
C. Federal Emergency Management Agency
D. Department of Health & Human Services
E. Center for Disease Control & Prevention
F. The American Red Cross
Objective 4:
• List, define, and discuss the following Disaster
Management Stages:
Prevention Stage
Preparedness & Planning Stage
Response Stage
Objective 5:
• Discuss the principles and practice of Disaster
Objective 6:
• List, describe, and discuss the phases of
Community Responses to Disaster
• heroic phase
• honeymoon phase
• disillusionment phase
• reconstruction phase
Objective 7:
• Discuss the phenomenon of post traumatic
stress disorder as it relates to survivors of
natural and man-made disasters
Objective 8:
• Discuss the following bioterrorism-agents