Emergency preparedness can be a disaster – but it doesn’t have to be! While there is an impressive amount of resources for hospitals to engage in preparedness, there is relatively little available for community health centers. This course will provide clinics and medical offices with evidence-based methods of preparing for the worst. Through case studies and exercises, learners will apply the principles of emergency preparedness. By using the tools presented in this course, any facility can be prepared to manage any incident at home, work, or anywhere in between.
Who Should Attend? Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and Other Health Science Professionals working in community health centers and rural primary care settings who need disaster preparedness planning.
Contact Hours: 5.5
Speaker: Geriann Bartz, RN, CEN, OR-SANE-A
“Had a wealth of interesting statistics and background information – didn’t just present straight off of the slides but really made it discussion based – slides as templates which shows depth of her knowledge and work ahead of time allowed for questions I love the comparison case studies and the focus on “lessons learned” as being part of necessary step”
Registration includes: Attendance at program, downloadable program handouts, all day coffee, tea, water, a light breakfast and snacks. All supplies are included. Wi-fi is available in the conference center.
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