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    Schwager   challenges in rehab nursing in case of natural disasters in third world countries crdr.disaster.symp.isprm11 Schwager challenges in rehab nursing in case of natural disasters in third world countries crdr.disaster.symp.isprm11 Presentation Transcript

    • Challenges in Rehabilitation Nursing in case of natural disasters in third world countries Christa Schwager RN Karin Roth RN
    • Agenda Earthquake relief work in Haiti Haiti Hospital Appeal Nursing • local conditions • getting new supply Teaching and Education Summary
    • Earthquake relief work in Haiti Haiti Hospital Appeal Milot Hospital Project Medishare St. Boniface Hospital
    • Haiti Hospital Appeal
    • Haiti Hospital Appeal
    • local conditions• climate• hygiene
    • Local conditions• International disaster relief help • labelling • variety of material• local supply • finances • access to material
    • teaching and educationTransfer from Swiss rehabilitations standard toHaitian rehabilitations standard • nursing in Haiti • family involvement • stigma of certain nursing themes • culture and climate • religion • pace of work • teaching and education • adapting to the local situation • training the staff • patient education
    • summary• need of time to adapt to local situation • what are the possibilities in the country • climate and culture• a interdisciplinary team is helpful • different views help understand the situation• the change of the teams is a big challenge • different standards and ideas • difficulty for the local staff
    • interdisciplinary therapy session