What is the conclusion of disaster management

Disaster Medicine and Disaster Management

03/01/2013 | Concepts - Quality Management | Edition 2/2013

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Emergency + Rescue Medicine> Issue 2/2013
Authors:
Dr. T. Braun, C. Frank

Summary

background

Disaster medicine is an element of disaster management and is linked to the organizational cooperation of medical service providers as well as being embedded in the surrounding structures created by society. In addition to in-depth knowledge of the fundamentals, principles and the natural dynamics of critical events, practical qualifications in disaster medicine are becoming increasingly important. Disaster management and disaster medicine are increasingly based on a scientific pillar.

Problem

The high-tech world in particular harbors systemic risks and new dangers that increase the vulnerability of the society that lives in it.

Conclusions

The state can no longer face these modern challenges alone. The state has made new resources available to the federal states to cope with disaster medicine tasks. For sustainable prevention, the willingness on the private sector and private level for training and further qualification in topics related to disaster management and disaster medicine must be promoted.

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Go back to reference Scheuermann A, Weidringer J, Domres BD (2010) Emergency Medicine and Disasters. In: BBK (Ed) Disaster Medicine. Bonifatius GmbH, Druck - Buch - Verlag, Munich, S 67–110 Scheuermann A, Weidringer J, Domres BD (2010) Emergency medicine and disasters. In: BBK (Ed) Disaster Medicine. Bonifatius GmbH, Druck - Buch - Verlag, Munich, pp. 67–110
About this article
title
Disaster Medicine and Disaster Management
Positioning for Germany
Authors:
Dr. T. Braun
C. Frank
Publication date
01.03.2013
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10049-011-1525-x
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