Healthcare Emergency Management Presentation

THE ASSIGNMENT:

Complete a PowerPoint Presentation of 17-20 slides for an overview of the keys to a successful healthcare emergency management program. What does it mean to be successful in healthcare emergency management? Include examples of successful programs and why they’re successful.

To clarify, you are to research a successful hospital or healthcare system emergency management program In U.S. Why is a particular hospital successful? Additionally, I want you to tell me what YOU think it means to have a successful emergency management program. Imagine yourself and Emergency Preparedness Manager for a hospital. How do you quantify success in your program?

Tips for a good PowerPoint presentation:

Slides should have no more than 4-6 lines of text per slide, and 1-3 ideas per slide max. Text should be in bullet format, not paragraph/prose format. Information should be conveyed in a concise but comprehensible manner. Do not write too much, as this creates a crowded slide which is visually overwhelming. Your meaning will get lost in the slide and your audience will lose interest. Do not write too little as this makes it difficult to understand your intended meaning. You may receive a lower grade because it will not be clear that you understood the concepts. Use photos and diagrams thoughtfully to supplement and advance your presentations, not just as meaningless filler.

Each presentation should have a title slide, an objectives slide and one or more reference slides. The title slide should contain the title of your presentation, your full name, the date and the course name. The objectives slide should outline the main bullet points that your presentation will cover. These should be analogous to lessons you expect your intended target audience to learn from your presentations. Your target audience has a basic disaster management background equivalent to your own. You do not need to include background material such as the history of ICS in your presentation.

 

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