ROJ’s OCIL on SP-DPP for Vietnamese Hospitals

ROJ’s OCIL on SP-DPP for Vietnamese Hospitals

by Reynaldo O Joson on Sunday, August 28, 2011 at 10:19am

Together with other facilitators, I just recently concluded a 5-day course on Hospital and Health Facility Emergency Exercises in Hanoi, Vietnam (August 22 to 26, 2011).  On the 4th day of the training course, a faculty of Hanoi School of Public Health, Ms. Trang, told me she found my online postings on hospital safety promotion and disaster preparedness very informative and in her own words, she said: “I hope to see more such useful advice.”  On the evening of the 4th day, I drafted the ROJ’s OCIL on SP-DPP for Vietnamese Hospitals and showed it her. She welcomed it.

 

In other words, I am offering my OCIL on hospital safety promotion and disaster preparedness to Vietnamese hospitals.

 

I will be starting this OCIL in MDH and MDH Operating Room soon.  Eventually, I will be extending the offer to all hospitals in the Philippines, particularly, the private hospitals.

 

 

ROJ’s OCIL on SP-DPP for Vietnamese Hospitals

ROJ_OCIL_SP-DPP_VN

 

August 25, 2011

 

ROJOSON’s Online Collaborative Interactive Learning on Safety Promotion and Disaster Preparedness Program for Vietnamese Hospitals

The ROJOSON’s Online Collaborative and Interactive Learning on Hospital Safety Promotion and Disaster Preparedness aims to assist hospital staff, particularly, the emergency managers in developing a hospital safety promotion and disaster preparedness program.

 

Intended Learners:

Any hospital staff (emergency managers) in Vietnam interested in developing a hospital safety promotion and disaster preparedness program.

 

Meaning of Online Collaborative and Interactive Learning:

Participants (facilitator and mentees) interact and collaborate through the Internet for purposes of learning.   Emails (group emails), websites, and blogsites will be used.

 

Types of online participants:

Facilitator – Mentor – Coach

Mentees

 

Frequency of online collaborative and interactive learning between Facilitator –Mentor_Coach (FMC) and Mentees: at least once a week

 

End-points of ROJ_OCIL_SP-DPP_VN:

 

Development of the following:

  • Hospital Safety Promotion and Disaster Preparedness Program
  • Hospital Emergency Response Program
  • Hospital Emergency Exercise Program
  • Hospital Recovery and Business Continuity Program
  • Safe Hospital Structure Program
  • External Disaster Response Program

With at least one emergency exercise (at least a table-top exercise) in the hospitals of mentees

 

Fee: NONE

 

Certification:

 

There will be certificates issued upon satisfactory completion of the OCIL.  Details to be provided soon.

 

Timetables for accomplishment of end-points of ROJ_OCIL_SP-DPP_VN:

Longest: 3 years

Shortest: 1 year

 

List of Contents: (Partial and Tentative)

1.       Concept of Hospital Safety Promotion and Disaster Preparedness Program

2.       Hospital Safety Promotion and Disaster Preparedness Program

3.       Hospital Emergency Response Program

4.       Hospital Emergency Exercise Program

5.       Hospital Recovery and Business Continuity Program

6.       Safe Hospital Structure Program

7.       External Disaster Response Program

 

Start of Course: September 15, 2011

 

To facilitate the ROJOSON’s Online Collaborative and Interactive Learning on Hospital Safety Promotion and Disaster Preparedness Program, group emails, websites, and blogs will be established.  Some of the present Internet resources are the following:

 

https://sites.google.com/site/hospitalsafetypromotion

https://sites.google.com/site/hospitalemergencyexercises

http://hospitalsafetypromotionanddisasterpreparedness.wordpress.com

 

For more info, email: rjoson2001@yahoo.com

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