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close this bookEnfermería en Desastres - Planificatión, Evaluación e Intervención (1985; 419 paginas)
View the documentColaboradores
View the documentPrólogo
View the documentPrefacio
open this folder and view contents1. Antecedentes y perspectiva histórica
open this folder and view contents2. Prioridades en la valoración rápida de las víctimas
open this folder and view contents3. Atención y selección en la escena del desastre
open this folder and view contents4. Toma de decisiones en una instalación en donde se atienden casos agudos
open this folder and view contents5. El paciente con traumatismos en el escenario del desastre
open this folder and view contents6. La mujer embarazada que sufrió traumatismos
open this folder and view contents7. Asistencia a las víctimas de radiación
open this folder and view contents8. Aspectos psicológicos de las situaciones de desastres
open this folder and view contents9. Establecimiento y manejo de un albergue*
open this folder and view contents10. Enfermería comunitaria durante un desastre
open this folder and view contents11. Diseño y desarrollo de programas de enseñanza para casos de desastre
open this folder and view contents12: Planificación de simulacros, de situaciones con saldo masivo de víctimas
close this folder13. Planificación contra desastres: Valoración y empleo de recursos comunitarios
View the documentParticipación de las enfermeras
View the documentPrincipios de planificación
View the documentCaracterísticas de organización
View the documentPrincipales organizaciones de auxilio
View the documentGrupos y conductas comunitarios
View the documentPlanificación y colaboración
View the documentDifusión y comunicación
View the documentPreparación individual
View the documentResumen
View the documentReferencias
View the documentApéndice 13-A: Auxilio internacional en desastre: Organismos de la ONU
View the documentApéndice 13-B: Auxilio internacional en desastre: Organizaciones de voluntarios
View the documentApéndice 13-C: Auxilio internacional en desastres: Organizaciones gubernamentales
View the documentApéndice 13-D: Organizaciones de auxilio en desastres: Información en torno a servicios
open this folder and view contents14. Planificación para casos de desastres y otros aspectos administrativos en situaciones masivas extremas
open this folder and view contents15. Implicaciones legales de la práctica asistencial en un desastre de grandes proporciones
View the documentApéndice A: Manejo de materiales peligrosos en un desastre
 

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3. Davis RW: Three Mile Island, a nursing dilemma. Supervisor Nurs, December de 1979, pp. 12-15.

4. Dynes RR, Quarantelli EL, Kreps GA: A Perspective on Disaster Planning, Defense Civil Preparedness Agency. US Dept of Defense, 1972.

5. Quarantelli EL, Dynes RR: Different Types of Organizations in Disaster Responsers and Their Operational Problems, Columbus, Ohio, Disaster Research Center, The Ohio State University, 1977.

6. Emergency Health Management After Natural Disaster, Pan American Health Organization scientific publication no. 407. Washington, DC, World Health Organization, 1981.

7. Coultripo RL: Medical aspects of US disaster relief operation in Nicaragua, Milit Med 1974; 139: 879-883.

8. Digest of Federal Disaster Assistance Programs. Federal Emergency Management Agency. 1979.

9. Facts on the National Disaster Medical System. Rockville, Md, National Disaster Medical System, 1984.

10. Swetonic MA: The nurses' role in national medical preparedness: Civilian-Military Contingency Hospital System and National Disaster Medical System. Read before the 90th Annual Meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, San Antonio, Tex, November 1983.

11. Disaster Operations: A Handbook for Local Governments. Federal Emergency Management Agency, 1981.

12. Emergency Operation Plan. Salt Lake City, Utah Offices of Emergency Services, State of Utah, 1977, vol. 2

13. Quarantelli EL: Human Resources and Organizational Behaviors in Community Disasters and Their Relationship to Planning. Columbus, Ohio, Disaster Research Center, The Ohio State University, 1982.

14. Hannigan J: Conflict and Cooperation Content After Disaster: An Exploratory Analysis. Columbus, Ohio, Disaster Research Center, The Ohio State University, 1976.

15. Quarantelli EL: Stratural Factors in the Minimization of Role Conflict: A Reevaluation of the Significance of Multiple Group. Membership in Disasters. Columbus, Ohio, Disaster Research Center, The Ohio State University.

16. Environmental Health Management After Natural Disasters, Pan American Health Organization scientific publication No. 420. Washington, DC, World Health Organization, 1982.

17. Spencer HC, Romero A, Feldman RA, et al: Disease surveillance and decision-making after the 1976 Guatemala earthquake. Lancet 1977;2:181-184.

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22. Demi AS, Miles MS: An examination of nursing leadership following a disaster.Top Clin Nurs 1984;6:63-78.

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