Triage, Ethics, and Operations, the Healthcare Emergency Preparedness and Response

Published in News on 11/20/2018

The complexities of prioritizing limited resources and the importance of ensuring systems can effectively support operational decisions. “How we allocate the resources that we have in disasters; how we choose who gets the resources … is going to affect the outcome,” said Dr. Fink.

Tagged Under: Emergency Response, Emergency Systems, Facility Preparedness, Offsite Response, Planning, Public Health

PrepTalks: Triage, Ethics and Operations - Healthcare Emergency Preparedness and Response
 
PrepTalks Discussion Guide:
 Triage, Ethics, and Operations: Healthcare Emergency Preparedness and Response
https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/1541682135438-783aa3ffe8293539d70a065318677666/PrepTalks_Discussion_Guide_-_Triage_Ethics_and_Operations.pdf

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