Principles of Disaster Managementby drjim

Disaster management principles from SCGH ED CMEHere is James’s talk on disaster management principles.
 
Resources:

Location of SCGH ED Disaster Management Plan documents:

 
SCGH Disaster Management Plan Location1
SCGH Disaster Management Plan Location2
 
Previous SCGH ED CME talks on Disaster Management:

Roger Swift’s talk on Hospital and Pre-Hospital Disaster Management from 5/2014

Steph Schleuter’s talk on Hospital and Pre-Hospital Disaster Management from 12/2013

Steph and Deanne’s talk on CBR Disaster Management 3/2014

Hakan’s talk on Retrieval Medicine and Disaster Management 11/2013

 
SCGH ED Disaster Bag Equipment Contents (Airway / Breathing / Circulation):

This is the equipment we have pre-packed to take along with teams dispatched from SCGH ED to a casualty clearing post at a disaster scene (Click on images below to see the contents checklist for each bag…)

Airway (Green bag) x 2

Breathing (Blue Bag) x 2

Circulation (Red Bag) x 2

 
Other Resources:

2015 ASM: Christchurch Earthquake — Prof. Mike Ardagh:

2015 ASM: Victims & Responders; Christchurch Earthquake — Prof. Mike Ardagh from ACEM Digital Media on Vimeo.
 
2015 ASM: Emerging from the rubble — Prof. Mike Ardagh from ACEM Digital Media on Vimeo.
 
 
Articles from the EMA: ‘Lessons learned’: A comparative case study analysis of an emergency department response to two burns disasters and the 2012 Disaster Issue

Here is the ACEM Policy on Disaster Health Services

Link to WA DOH Disaster Preparedness and Management Unit (DPMU) website

 
For those wanting to do a course and learn more:
Major Incident Medical Management Support (MIMMS)

Hospital Major Incident Medical Managment Support (HMIMMS)

Early Management of Severe Trauma (EMST)

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