Volume 10, Issue 28 (7-2007)                   jha 2007, 10(28): 65-70 | Back to browse issues page

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maleki M, Shojaie P. Hospitals preparation in disasters: security. jha. 2007; 10 (28) :65-70
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-32-en.html
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Introduction: When disasters occur in the hospitals, there are risks from population group sides that accordingly lack of quiet and sets upon to urgent and exit doors, makes conditions worse and also it cause to create problematic circumstance for in planning must be considered security of patients and the personnel who are on 24-hours stand by.

Methods: The present survey is a descriptive study. Training hospital of Iran University constituted the study population. Instrument of data collection is a checklist that section of security includes 6 questions and was completed by observation and interview with different person according to case (hospital manager, metron, secretary of disaster board, etc). In order to analyzing data, descriptive statistics like frequencies, ratios & mean percent were used by SPSS software.

Results: In surveyed hospitals, Rasol Hospital with a mean percent about ( 88/4) has the highest score mean percent in planning perspective of security and Navab hospital, Haftometir & Ali Asghar with mean percent about (51/4) have the lowest score mean percent. Conclusion: Totally hospitals in the stage of pre-disaster must have an accurate and scheduled plan in order to encounter to on unpredictable and urgent condition. And considered practically and theoretically adequate training. Because exist of regular plan in hospital in time of disasters that insured patient, personnel and equipment security, is essential. Therefore training hospitals of Iran University except of Hazrat Rasul hospital in cause of in planning don not have security in disasters.

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Received: 2008/05/10

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