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Meredith G.
Emergency Preparedness/Safety Consultant
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Public Health
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Question:

What are some of the key categories medical facilities need to consider when making all-hazard plans?

Meredith G.
Answer:

Categories include: Patient & staff safety, critical infrastructure (electric, sewage, water supplies, bio-disposal,) communication, continuity of services, supply management, mass-casualty response and communication - among others.

Psychology
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Question:

What are some tips to assist the dementia population during a disaster or evacuation?

Meredith G.
Answer:

Keep a "go-kit" that has items that may calm the individual with dementia, this can include tactile items such an activity quilt, a picture in case they wander and become lost, and head-phones with music of their liking if their temporary surroundings become to psychologically overwhelming.

Criminal Justice
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Question:

What are some methods to minimize the psychological impact of terrorism on citizens?

Meredith G.
Answer:

The research shows that certain individuals are more susceptible to the psychological impact of terrorism, including children and those with pre-existing medical conditions. Tactics include maximizing social interaction with community organizations, such as church or community groups, in the wake of an attack. Additionally, accessing acute and long-term psychological resources provided in the community can assist in minimizing the long-term psychological impact and promote internal personal resilience.

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