September 22 – 24, 2014
Course Overview
September 22 – 24, 2014
• 3-day training course on SAFE HOSPITALS during
emergencies and disasters
• for health and hea...
Course Background
Why this Course?
Course Background – Why This Course?
During times of disasters,
if there is one organizational structure or building in ...
Course Background – Why This Course?
All hospitals must be designed and
administered
as a “SAFE HOSPITAL”
as part of t...
Course Background – Why This Course?
A “SAFE HOSPITAL” during disaster is operationally
defined
as a health facility wh...
Course Background – Why This Course?
• MOH of Sri Lanka is
strengthening its activities for SAFE HOSPITALS
as part of t...
Course Background – Why This Course?
• Lessons have been learnt as to
hospitals and health facilities being affected by ...
Course Background – Why This Course?
Course Goals
Course Goals
To provide health and health-related professionals
involved in health emergency management with a
deep und...
Course Goals
• For policy makers - to provide the necessary
policy and administrative support to the cause
• For planni...
Course Goals
• For all participants – to serve as advocates and
catalysts for safe hospitals in their own locality,
set...
Course Objectives
Course Objectives
Course Objectives
Course Objectives
Course Organization
Course Organization
Module Themes / Units Time
1. Safe Hospital
Concepts
• Risk Management Framework
• Role of Hospit...
Teaching-Learning
Strategies
Teaching-Learning Strategies
Principles of Adult Learning
 60% of the training - small group discussions and
workshops...
Teaching-Learning Strategies
Small and Large Group Teaching - Learning
Collaborative Learning
Team Approach
(Policy Ma...
Assessment and
Evaluation
Learners
Safe Hospital Vulnerability Assessment Tool
Course Pack
Facilitators
Assessment and Evaluation
• Learners – pretest / posttest (based on course
and session objectives)
• Safe Hospital Vuln...
Course Expected
Outputs
Course Expected Outputs
• A safe hospital training course package adapted
from that of WHO (WPRO) which can be used by
...
Course Expected Outputs
• Recommendations for policies on safe hospital to
include a national safe health facilities wor...
Course Facilitators
Dr. Arturo M. Pesigan
Dr. Reynaldo O. Joson
Pls. refer to Curriculum Vitae for details.
General Rules on
Learning Conduct
Active participation of learners and
interactions with co-learners and
facilitators ...
General Time Rules
Daily Meeting Time: 0830H – 1630H
Lunch Break: 1230H – 1330H
Coffee / Tea Break: 20 mins.
Agreements on Team Approach
(Policy Makers - Technical Staff)
Program design - two sets of participants: Policy Makers a...
Agreements on Team Approach
(Policy Makers - Technical Staff)
Program design - two sets of participants: Policy Makers a...
Agreements on Team Approach
(Policy Makers - Technical Staff)
Program design - two sets of participants: Policy Makers a...
Program Specific
Schedules
Pls. see hand-outs.
Course Overview
Any questions?
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National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - 14Sept22-24 - Overview

National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - 14Sept22-24 - Overview [ROJoson]
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Transcripts - National Training on Safe Hospitals - Sri Lanka - 14Sept22-24 - Overview

  • 1. September 22 – 24, 2014
  • 2. Course Overview
  • 3. September 22 – 24, 2014 • 3-day training course on SAFE HOSPITALS during emergencies and disasters • for health and health-related professionals involved in emergency management from selected Sri Lanka hospitals
  • 4. Course Background Why this Course?
  • 5. Course Background – Why This Course? During times of disasters, if there is one organizational structure or building in the community that is expected, if not required, to be left standing and operational, when all other buildings have collapsed or been destroyed, it should be the hospitals.
  • 6. Course Background – Why This Course? All hospitals must be designed and administered as a “SAFE HOSPITAL” as part of their preparedness plans for disasters that may affect and involve them.
  • 7. Course Background – Why This Course? A “SAFE HOSPITAL” during disaster is operationally defined as a health facility whose services remain accessible and functioning at maximum capacity and in the same facility or infrastructure, during and immediately following the impact of a disaster.
  • 8. Course Background – Why This Course? • MOH of Sri Lanka is strengthening its activities for SAFE HOSPITALS as part of the overall activities for disaster risk management in the country.
  • 9. Course Background – Why This Course? • Lessons have been learnt as to hospitals and health facilities being affected by the tsunami of 2004, conflict situations and other disasters in the country.
  • 10. Course Background – Why This Course?
  • 11. Course Goals
  • 12. Course Goals To provide health and health-related professionals involved in health emergency management with a deep understanding of concepts, principles and strategies in ensuring safety of hospitals and health facilities during disasters
  • 13. Course Goals • For policy makers - to provide the necessary policy and administrative support to the cause • For planning team - to be able to contribute to ensuring that the hospitals are functional during disasters
  • 14. Course Goals • For all participants – to serve as advocates and catalysts for safe hospitals in their own locality, setting or community
  • 15. Course Objectives
  • 16. Course Objectives
  • 17. Course Objectives
  • 18. Course Objectives
  • 19. Course Organization
  • 20. Course Organization Module Themes / Units Time 1. Safe Hospital Concepts • Risk Management Framework • Role of Hospitals in Emergencies and Disasters • Concepts of Safe Hospitals • Ensuring Safe Hospitals: Role of Stakeholders 1 day 2. Safe Hospital Assessment • Identifying Hazards • Assessing Structural, Non-structural, and Functional Components and Prioritizing Gaps • Presentation of Assessment Results and Prioritized Gaps 1 day 3. Action Planning for Safe Hospitals • Action Plan: Why and How • Formulation of an Action Plan • Presentation of Action Plans • Drafting of Policies for Safe Hospitals 1 day
  • 21. Teaching-Learning Strategies
  • 22. Teaching-Learning Strategies Principles of Adult Learning  60% of the training - small group discussions and workshops  40% - lectures or inputs • Workshops are designed in such a way that participants’ prior knowledge are stimulated and maximized from problem identification to program planning.
  • 23. Teaching-Learning Strategies Small and Large Group Teaching - Learning Collaborative Learning Team Approach (Policy Makers - Technical Staff) in Gap - Identification, Prioritization, and Action Planning on Safe Hospital
  • 24. Assessment and Evaluation Learners Safe Hospital Vulnerability Assessment Tool Course Pack Facilitators
  • 25. Assessment and Evaluation • Learners – pretest / posttest (based on course and session objectives) • Safe Hospital Vulnerability Assessment Tool – participants’ feedback • Course Pack – participants’ and facilitators’ feedback • Facilitators – participants’ feedback
  • 26. Course Expected Outputs
  • 27. Course Expected Outputs • A safe hospital training course package adapted from that of WHO (WPRO) which can be used by all hospitals in Sri Lanka. • Identification of gaps in safe hospital indicators and formulation of recommended action plans for prioritized gaps by hospital participants.
  • 28. Course Expected Outputs • Recommendations for policies on safe hospital to include a national safe health facilities working group. • Formulation of an advocacy plan by the hospital participants.
  • 29. Course Facilitators Dr. Arturo M. Pesigan Dr. Reynaldo O. Joson Pls. refer to Curriculum Vitae for details.
  • 30. General Rules on Learning Conduct Active participation of learners and interactions with co-learners and facilitators strongly encouraged.
  • 31. General Time Rules Daily Meeting Time: 0830H – 1630H Lunch Break: 1230H – 1330H Coffee / Tea Break: 20 mins.
  • 32. Agreements on Team Approach (Policy Makers - Technical Staff) Program design - two sets of participants: Policy Makers and Technical Staff. • Those participating as policy makers should be currently involved in policy development or formulation and involved in hospital decision making. • Those participating as hospital technical staff should preferably be involved or will be involved as member of hospital safety committee.
  • 33. Agreements on Team Approach (Policy Makers - Technical Staff) Program design - two sets of participants: Policy Makers and Technical Staff 1st day - policy makers and technical staff sit down as teams and together gain common understanding of risk management framework and how it relates to the concepts of a safe hospital. 2nd to 3rd days, training will have as main participants the remaining members of the hospital team.
  • 34. Agreements on Team Approach (Policy Makers - Technical Staff) Program design - two sets of participants: Policy Makers and Technical Staff. In case the policy makers will not be able to participate for the entire duration of the course (three days), they are expected to be present during the whole day of the first day.
  • 35. Program Specific Schedules Pls. see hand-outs.
  • 36. Course Overview Any questions?

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