Disaster Nursing Development of a Center of Excellence for Disaster Nursing in a Ubiquitous Society Information Base for Disaster Nursing Knowledge and Skills to Protect Lives
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University of Hyogo, Graduate School of Nursing
The 21st Century Center of Excellence Program
Elderly Children Pregnant women / Child-rearing mothers Cancer patients Patients with chronic disease Mental health care
Target cere receivers Usefull manuals

Usefull manuals:Cancer patients
Introduction-Welcome to our site.

When disaster occurs, for patients with cancer, how to develop self-caring ability is an equally important issue to enable patients to survive until the medical system is restored and they are able to get at least a minimum amount of medical care. On the other hand medical staff must be prepared to care for patients with cancer in shelters or hospitals even if they are not experts in the treatment of cancer. We consider, therefore, that it is necessary to clarify the patient with cancer care needs in disaster situations, study the strategies and system for patient with cancer care in disaster situations and develop a care package for patients with cancer based on these survey results. In this site we provide you the information you need. We hope this site helps you develop a greater understanding of preparing for disaster.

Useful Manuals(For disaster preparedness phase)
Cancer Patients  Undergoing Chemotherapy
Tips for Eating during a Chemotherapy Period
Handbook of Self-Managing Side Effects of Chemotherapy in Times of Disaster
Knowing your condition

Disaster Phase
Target care reciver Useful manuals
Disaster phase
Disaster Preparedness Check
Ai’s and Rabi’s “Disaster Nursing TV”
Core Competencies Required for Disaster Nursing
Nursing Training via Streaming Videos
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Nursing Traning via Streaming Videos
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