leading emergency preparedness and management

 

Leading Emergency Preparedness and Management.

The rate of disasters and emergencies is on the rise across the United States and world (Hoeppe, 2016). As a DNP scholar, organizations and communities will require your expertise in times of crisis. Consider your role in leading emergency preparedness and management and address the following.

  • Describe one evidence-based strategy for leading emergency preparedness.
  • Identify one evidence-based strategy for shaping healthcare system outcomes in disaster.
  • Examine the disaster risks for your  local community(Miami, Florida). Identify two priority concerns. Describe the significance of these issues of concern.
  • Identify one professional organization active in emergency preparedness or disaster response. Describe the services provided.

Lecture resource for information:

 https://emergency.cdc.gov/

https://www.ready.gov/

https://www.phe.gov/Preparedness/planning/hpp/reports/Documents/nims-implementation-guide-jan2015.pdf

https://journals-sagepub-com.chamberlainuniversity.idm.oclc.org/doi/pdf/10.1177/00333549141296S406

References

Hoeppe, P. (2016). Trends in weather related disasters-Consequences for insurers and society. Weather and Climate Extremes, 11, 70-79. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wace.2015.10.002

United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency. (2008). FEMA disaster program information. FEMA. https://training.fema.gov/.nims

  

Instructions:

Use an APA 7 style and a minimum of 200 words. Provide support from a minimum of at least three (3) scholarly sources. The scholarly source needs to be: 1) evidence-based, 2) scholarly in nature, 3) Sources should be no more than five years old (published within the last 5 years), and 4) an in-text citation. citations and references are included when information is summarized/synthesized and/or direct quotes are used, in which APA style standards apply. 

• Textbooks are not considered scholarly sources. 

• Wikipedia, Wikis, .com website or blogs should not be used.