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Nov 18, 2016 by Catherine Golden (cagw)
EHS 3103 : Technology in Critical Incident Response
Fri, 18 Nov 2016 09:06:40 GMT
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 14:01:59 GMT
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Emergency Health Services (EHS)
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: Global Leadership in Disaster Response
GLDR-BSHS: Global Leadership in Disaster Response
LEADR-BSHS: Leadership for Emergency Action and Disaster Response
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Clinical Research and Leadership (CRL)
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Technology in Critical Incident Response
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students in the health sciences program or with the permission of the instructor
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Examination of the role of technology in critical incident response through an assessment of domestic and international cases.
1. Discuss the role of technology in critical incident response for domestic and international cases.
2. Recognize the advantages and limitations of common systems in disaster situations to mitigate risk to life and property.
3. Analyze the infrastructure requirements related to technology that support response and recovery efforts, including medical, security, and power needs.
4. Analyze methods of technology application in non-standard scenarios.
5. Compare resources for continued professional development related to critical incident response technology application and management.
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