PBH-ch. 13

  1. National Incident Management System
    • approach all levels to reduce loss of life and harm to environ/safety drills
    • emergency prep
  2. Incident Command System
    • on scene/procedures and terms
    • allows interegration of all operation within a strucutre
    • coordinate response among agencies
    • planning resources
    • flexible
  3. all hazards apporach***
    public health prep by using/same approach to prep  

    • surveillance system
    • communication systems
    • evacuation systems
    • organized healthcare response-who is charge?
  4. future problems
    • overpopulation
    • obesisty and chronic
    • bioterrorism
    • climate change
    • technology
  5. overreaction
    • Swine flu scare which lead Guillain Barre syndrome
    • Post 9/11 smallpox
    • Dalkon shield>prevent pregnancies but lead to toxic shock syndrome and on free market

    note: no human to human spread
  6. epidemiologic transition
    drop in IMR
  7. ntr transition
    underntr to overntr
  8. demogrpahic transition
    falling childhood death to extended life spans

    • lower birth rates so we are getting older 
    • but migrants come and mess it u
  9. systems thinking def
    • see problem as part of network
    • focus on intervention
    • multi-tasking
    • max efficient/effective
  10. systems thinking vs. reductionist approach
    • multi vs one intervention
    • linear vs. complex
    • one point int time vs changes over time
  11. leverage points
    • key points to intervene
    • system analysis approach
  12. syndemic orientation
    how spec problems interact with a larger
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PBH-ch. 13
PBH-ch. 13