Koenig and Schultz's Disaster Medicine Comprehensive Principles and Practices

Author: Kristi Koenig, Carl Schultz
Affiliation: University of California, Irvine
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 2016
ISBN 10: 1107040752
ISBN 13: 9781107040755
eISBN: 9781108334013
Edition: 2nd

Description:

This is the definitive reference on disaster medicine, outlining areas of proficiency for health care professionals handling mass casualty crises.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • Koenig and Schultz’s Disaster Medicine
  • DEDICATION
  • Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Perspective
  • Preface

Part I Conceptual Framework and Strategic Overview

    1: Disaster Research and Epidemiology

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    2: Disaster Health Education and Training: Linking Individual and Organizational Learning and Performance

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    3: Surge Capacity and Scarce Resource Allocation

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    4: Climate Change

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    5: International Perspectives on Disaster Management

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    6: Community Resilience

    • Overview
    • Definition of Resilience
    • Resilience as an Emergent Process
    • Differences between Personal Resilience and Community Resilience
    • The Role of Human Agency
    • Properties of Community Resilience
    • Attributes of Resilient Communities
    • Adaptive Capacities
    • Characteristics of Safe and Resilient Communities
    • State of the Art
    • Principles
    • Processes
    • Community-Based Activities
    • International Organizational Support for Community Resilience
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • Assessment and Measurement
    • Context
    • Attributes and Capacities
    • Sustaining Resilience
    • Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Interventions
    • Community-Based Research
    • Conclusion
    • Acknowledgments
    • References

    7: Ethical Issues in Disaster Medicine

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    8: Emerging Infectious Diseases: Concepts in Preparing for and Responding to the Next Microbial Threat

    • Overview
    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    9: Disaster Behavioral Health

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    10: Populations with Functional or Access Needs

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

Part II Operational Issues

    11: Public Health and Emergency Management Systems

    • Overview
    • State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    12: Legislative Authorities and Regulatory Issues

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • Acknowledgments
    • References

    13: Syndromic Surveillance

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • Acknowledgments
    • References

    14: Triage

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    15: Personal Protective Equipment

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • Acknowledgments
    • References

    16: Decontamination

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    17: Quarantine

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    18: Mass Dispensing of Medical Countermeasures

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    19: Management of Mass Gatherings

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    20: Transportation Disasters

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • Rail Disasters
    • References

    21: Emergency Medical Services Scene Management

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    22: Healthcare Facility Disaster Management

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References
    • Additional Resources

    23: Mass Fatality Management

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    24: Rehabilitation of Disaster Casualties

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    25: Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References
    • Additional Resources

    26: Telemedicine and Telehealth: Role in Disaster and Public Health Emergencies

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    27: Complex Public Health Emergencies

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

    28: Patient Identification and Tracking

    • Overview
    • Current State of the Art
    • Recommendations for Further Research
    • References

Part III Clinical Management

    Section IIIA: CBRNE and HAZMAT

      29: Explosive Events

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Injury Patterns and Initial Management
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      30: Burn Disaster Management: Planning and Resource Needs

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      31: Clinical Aspects of Large-Scale Chemical Events

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      32: Biological Events

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      33: Radiation Accidents and the Medical Management of Acute Radiation Injury

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Future Research
      • References

      34: Hazardous Material, Toxic, and Industrial Events

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

    Section IIIB: Environmental Events

      35: Floods

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      36: Cyclones, Hurricanes, and Typhoons

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      37: Tornadoes

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      38: Earthquakes

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      39: Tsunamis

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations For Further Research
      • References

      40: Winter Storms and Hazards

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      41: Extreme Heat Events

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      42: Landslides

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References

      43: Volcanoes

      • Overview
      • Current State of the Art
      • Recommendations for Further Research
      • References