response week 6 h.
Hi, I have 2 of my classmate posts. I need you to respond to each one separately. , one source at least for each one of them.
how good their posts or how bad.
to do is to choose one point of the post and explore it a little bit with one source support for each response. The paper should be APA style
question was: Is Barbera et al asking too much from “all personnel” identified in their competencies framework document?
Defend and expand on your answer.
Week 6 – Readings
Barbera, J. A., Macintyre, A. G., Shaw, G., Seefried, V., Westerman, L., & de Cosmo, S. (2007). Healthcare emergency management competencies: Competency framework final report. The George Washington University: Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management.
healthcare emergency management competencies.pdf
this is the first post from FUNYEEIS need to response:
“All personnel” is a trained personnel, an independent private employee who has a special responsibility in the emergency care system. According to this article authors no longer need “all personnel,” since a person has the right to participate in an emergency program, should be eligible in that specific area. An effective worker is required and he/she must possess important knowledge, skills, and understanding of the work environment, especially health planning. (Barbara et al.,2007)
Responsibilities of “All personnel” vary depending on the choice or role played. Although the authors of the article are not very important for health professionals, it seems that they are asking for more, because the whole role of the health care provider is different from other roles of other trained professionals. As a result, since there are several positions in the health sector, the skills and knowledge required to obtain a certain degree of employment are also small. In such a role, healthcare providers should know how to explain all aspects of the incident and how to respond to emergency. In this article, the authors are defining certain set of rules for the “All personnel” to be able to hold that charge. Because due to certain responsibilities, the situation demands the “All personnel” to be very professional in every case, in the same role you should be able to demonstrate the level of training that works in the principles of an incident management system. (Barbara et al.,2007)
Barbara, J. A., A. G., Macintyre, & Shaw, G. (2007). VHA-EMA Emergency Response and Recovery Competencies: Competency Survey, Analysis, and Report. Emergency Response and Recovery.
And this is the second post from IBRAHIM Need to response:
The initial definition of competence as a concept was by White in 1959. White argued that competence is the ability of individuals, not only responding to demands in the environment they are in but also the capability of that ability providing satisfaction or some efficacy sense (Silenas et al., 2008). The role of competence in a professional filed is to align knowledge, abilities, and experience with the objectives of the organization or the specified responsibilities they have to play. Barbara et al. in the ‘VHA-EMA Emergency Response and Recovery Competencies: Competency Survey, Analysis, and Report’ defines ‘all personnel’ as any healthcare employee, system administrator, licensed practitioner or professional staff in the US emergency operations plan within the broad healthcare system (Barbara, Macintyre & Shaw, 2005). The competencies expected from this group of individuals are also highlighted in detail and based on the primary objective of this article, Barbara et al. are not asking too much.
Most of the responsibilities of the group classified as ‘all persons’ fall under the operations level. An undeniable fact is that, in emergency response, most of the activities that play an essential role in saving victims fall under the operations level, and the ‘all persons’ category are expected to fulfill these responsibilities. From the text, all personas competence requirements total to fifteen in number, and from a closer analysis, the influence of every area of emergency response. There is no aspect of specialization in emergency response where one’s duty might be enforcing the law. In an actual scenario, demands might arise requiring one to significantly play the role for the sole purpose of saving lives, hence the need for the various competencies highlighted in the report (Barbara, Macintyre & Shaw, 2005).
The first competence requirement is the ability to utilize the incident command system (ICS). Imagine a scenario where persons falling under the ‘all persons’ category report to a casualty scene but with limited competence in ICS. The result would be turmoil in them auctioning their responsibilities, in a situation where protocols have to be observed. Competence in ICS ensures that these people understand what facilities have to be set up and utilized in an emergency scene, what equipments are to be utilized, the procedures to be observed when performing their responsibilities and lastly the importance of them communicating (Yarmohammadian et al., 2011).The implication of this competent requirement is that emergency services are streamlined, hence increased the probability of emergency programs being successful.
Believing that whatever Barbara et al. expect from ‘all persons’ is much is baseless, and further limiting the competence requirements in real life might put emergency programs in jeopardy. Cost, time and human labor are limited when these competencies are integrated within a single group of persons, regardless of their specialty.
Barbara, J. A., Macintyre, A. G., & Shaw, G. (2005). VHA-EMA Emergency Response and Recovery Competencies: Competency Survey, Analysis, and Report. Emergency Response and Recovery.
Silenas, R., Akins, R., Parrish, A., & Edwards, J. (2008). Developing disaster preparedness competence: an experiential learning exercise for multi-professional education. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 20(1), 62-68.
Yarmohammadian, M. H., Atighechian, G., Shams, L., & Haghshenas, A. (2011). Are hospitals ready to response to disasters? Challenges, opportunities and strategies of Hospital Emergency Incident Command System (HEICS). Journal of research in medical sciences: the official journal of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, 16(8), 1070.