Disasters and emergencies are extraordinary situations that require the use of special strategies to manage them. The complex emergency profile necessitates the existence of competent systems that are capable of managing these emergencies by using a scientific, evidence-based approach that is based on the local context and yet enlightened by international experiences.
This course will assist participants in applying different public health tools and techniques during challenging conditions. It will enhance the capacity of the participants to effectively and efficiently respond to public health emergencies by using suitable public health tools and techniques.
By the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
Effectively handle data in the acute phase of emergencies from collection to dissemination
Conduct rapid health needs assessment in challenging conditions
Develop evidence-based emergency response plans
Use negotiation and conflict resolution skills to facilitate implementation
Training delivery methods
Public Health Components of Disasters.
Health Information Systems in Disasters.
Data for Decision-Making.
Data Collection in Challenging Conditions.
Data Analysis in Challenging Conditions.
Reporting Writing and Processing.
Duration:30 Learning Hours
Participant who complete the stand alone course will be awarded a Certificate of Successful Completion.