Bio-defense and Disaster Education for Healthcare Students
Modules introduce health services students to a common language and the unique roles and challenges basic to all-hazard disaster response. The 4 one hour modules were developed by an interdiciplinary team of Montana educators from pharmacy, nursing and allied health sciences under a HRSA Bioterrorism Training and Curriculum Development program. Each module contains a narrated presentation with accompanying learning activities and faculty support materials. They are designed for either face-to-face or asynchronous presentation. An instructors guide and learning materials are included.
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june soto (Health Care Professional)
Quality: Presents valid concepts, and skills necessary for disaster management.
Clear learning objectives for each module.
Interspersed questions at end of presentation slides to stimulate thinking and group discussion
Ease of Use: Easy to use software for first time user. Flexibility: can stop, replay, or stop and return later.
Color scheme vivid and attractive to students.
Learning material provides information that is familiar to students.
Potential effectiveness as a teaching-Learning tool: Effective when used for training of health care personnel in disaster preparedness during a series of session spaced by time, not in succession due to possibility of learner overload, and fatigue.
Video clips very effective to produce recall of recent disaster.
Choice of use as PPT presentation or for independent learning is a plus
Very little technical support required