Emergency Alert System

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In The Workplace

    County Hospital Emergency Department. Three years ago, I also started working part time as a Psych Nurse at Ridgeview Behavioral Hospital, an addiction/mental health facility that recently opened in our community. I average about 1-2 days a week at each facility. Therefore, working in these specialized facilities, I see many life changing events that the commonplace layperson would never see even once in their lifetime. In reality, it reflects my fire department job. In the emergency…

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  • Community Based Resilience

    Introduction In the article "Challenging Disaster Administration: Toward Community-Based Resilience", by Lisa Ireni-Saban, the author analyzes the emergency management techniques of three different countries and their response to their own catastrophic events. Each country 's emergency management organization performed in a different manner with varying levels of effectiveness. The author utilizes the community-based disaster resilience model to explain the role of the community and the…

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  • Emergency Evacuation Case Study

    Every hospital or clinic should have an emergency evacuation strategic plan just in case something was to occur. With the amount of patients at the clinic it would be a tough mission to accomplish. For this topic I will be elaborating on different options we can put into perspective if this was to happen at our clinic. As we know, no matter how hard staff members train or go over the clearing plan that is brought to our knowledge certain incidents can still go wrong or unexpected. When it comes…

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  • Benedict Carey Analysis

    The article, “Young hurricane Katrina survivors share mental trauma inflicted by storm”, by Benedict Carey seeks to address its readers on the effects that a natural disaster can have on one’s mental health. On September 12 2017 Benedict Carey wrote a newspaper editorial interviewing those who have survived hurricane Katrina and how it has impacted them in the past 10 years. With this editorial, he was able to advocate and emphasize the reality of one’s mental health. It is clear from the…

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  • Forensic Evidence Collection

    to evidence collection within the emergency room. This writers experience with forensic evidence collection and preservation is something that has been learned through informal on the job training. Through out this course on forensic nursing, this writer has become more aware of what evidence collection entails, what situations can result in evidence, and how to better recognize, assess and collect evidence. The importance of the forensics nurse within the emergency department is a crucial one.…

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  • Mission Analysis Sample

    provide mission command as the primary MSC for regions 7, 8, 9 as outlined in Annex C (Operations) OPLAN MSNG AHR. Specified Tasks Cont?d BPT to provide 168th EN BDE for operational control of units in the impacted counties. Implied Tasks Identify emergency response team (s) with immediate life saving capabilities to deploy on order to effected areas. Establish FLE requirements for three operation centers at CSJFTC, CMTC, and CRTC. Set up operations center to conduct JRSOI for 172nd AW and…

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  • Persuasive Writing Hurricanes

    Rain please go away.Have you ever been an a scary situation that you probably could lose you life and home.There are a lot of places you can take cover and feel safe.You can prepare yourself and the nation for this things at the end there will be consequences trees down,power out (no lights nor water).Everyone need to be ready for what is about to occur. For this hurricane that is about to occur you and that nation can work as a team and come together and help others out of this storm.At the end…

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  • FEMA And The Emergency Management Cycle

    FEMA and the Emergency Management Cycle On April 1, 1979, President Jimmy Carter signed the executive order that created the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in order to coordinate the federal government’s role in preparing for, preventing, mitigating the effects of, responding to, and recovering from all domestic disasters (Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), n.d). However, due to the 2005 hurricanes, the response of FEMA has demonstrated that the federal government is not…

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  • Head Firearm Injury Case Study

    Head Firearm Injury Introduction: Gunshot deaths are self-inflicted in most of the cases with incidence rate per 100,000 populations in 2001 was 0.14 in UK in which suicidal and homicidal deaths represent 65% and 7% respectively, and with a rate of 10.2 in US in which suicidal and homicidal deaths represent 67% and 27% respectively.1 In study of 64 firearm deaths in Dammam, the age of the cases was ranging from 16 to 45, in which suicidal injuries accounts for 11% of all fatalities. In 80% of…

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  • Implementation In Haiti

    INTERNATIONAL MASTER PROGRAM ON NATURAL HAZARDS MITIGATION AND MANAGEMENT (2 0 1 6) Disaster risk reduction strategy and policy implementation in Haiti: A case study of 1/12 earthquake Ersnt Fiefiea,∗ a School of Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, 1, University Road, Tainan City, Taiwan(R.O.C) Thesis info Abstract Thesis history: Presented: Date Defended: Date Received in revised form: Date Achieved: Date Available online: Date Keywords: Disaster, Risk…

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