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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Préparation aux catastrophes par Université de Pittsburgh

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Have you ever viewed a news report depicting the aftermath of a devastating natural disaster? The damage to human life and property are both staggering and heartbreaking. All parts of the world face the possibility of floods, hurricanes, tornados, fires, landslides, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other natural phenomena. Are you prepared if disaster would strike you? This course will help you prepare! The course is appropriate for any learner who is proactive about developing the core competencies of disaster readiness and survival planning. It is especially useful if you are seeking techniques that can ensure your personal protection, as well as the safety of your family, property, and belongings, during a natural disaster. In addition, it offers essential preparation for a variety of emergency situations and inconveniences, even if you do not live in major tornado, flood, hurricane, tsunami, or earthquake zone. For instance, could you and your loved ones manage without access to potable water, electricity, fuel, and banking facilities? If you are unsure of your ability to respond in any of these possible scenarios, this course is for you! Throughout the course, you will be introduced to the Disaster Cycle, specifically the Mitigation and Recovery phases, and will create an extensive personal preparedness plan for survival in the absence of common amenities, such as food and water, shelter, and communication. You will also acquire practical, easy-to-apply strategies for maintaining a healthy attitude during disaster which can allow you to remain calm, avoid panic, and draw upon inner and outer resources in dire circumstances. Although death may be an inevitable outcome of extreme circumstances, a balanced outlook can provide comfort for all parties involved. Finally, issues of how institutions and governments can aid in disaster are also discussed. If you are interested in this topic you may be interested in other online programs at the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing. Learn more about those programs by visiting our website: http://www.online.pitt.edu/programs/school-of-nursing/...

Meilleurs avis

CH

30 janv. 2017

Really great course that's paced well. I believe this is a course everyone should and CAN take! These things are important to know especially if you live in an area where disasters are prone.

JL

7 oct. 2020

grateful to have this kind of Course in here while having sponsor. Most important course because it teaches the basic surviving skills and safety during disaster. likewise, Safety First!

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par Melissa M T

13 sept. 2020

Learned a lot of practical tips.

par Ali A

6 oct. 2019

it was a very helpful course

par patricia g

7 oct. 2020

It was long in some areas.

par prudhvi s

21 févr. 2020

good coarse to learn'

par Tawhid s k

14 oct. 2020

Good and effective

par Rohit H

18 avr. 2020

Super course

par hadir g

10 sept. 2021

Thank you

par 121710304010 B C V

28 oct. 2020

its good

par 121710304034 M S P

31 oct. 2020

good

par Cherifa A

16 nov. 2020

:)

par Alexander G S

15 juin 2020

It was a good course. There were a couple of mistakes in the text and also between the text and quiz. The last two I remember are in Lesson 5 the presenter from Japan stated for DMAT. "Actually I participated in the medical care for the Great East Japan Earthquake as a member of the Japanese DMAT, Disaster Management Assistance Team which is quite different from the American DMAT." The problem was in the quiz that was not an option, it did have "Disaster Medical Assistance Team", which of course is the correct answer and was in his slide. Another was in Lesson 6 where Michael states, "Third, the triage person will check how fast the victim is breathing. If over 30 breaths per minute and they may not need to count, if it's fast, they will know. They will tag the victim as red. If it's less than 30, they will check perfusion, or blood flow." Of course, when he goes and states "If it's less than 30." he's actually talking about Stage Four and not three. It was in the slides and any new students would be wise to save the slides to refer to for any quizzes, the text can be tricky. The only other piece was the assignment, if going to be reviewed by other students, it should have something showing if they left a response or not. I spent a good 20 minutes looking for their responses (there weren't any). As stated I liked the course otherwise, Lesson 6 was good to understand how the Triage system works that I didn't know about. Cheers.

par Kirby P P

26 avr. 2020

Needs to update the course with regards to pandemic disaster and other disaster our world is facing.

par David T

14 oct. 2019

It was a very good basic course. It relied to much on FEMA and help coming.

par EgoSum P

19 mai 2020

Good way to be prepared on actual disasters! Kudos!

par Rohan P

6 juil. 2020

An informative course but instructor was boring.

par Dean W

24 avr. 2020

it has help with something i have overlook

par Eddie W J

23 oct. 2018

good teachers and yet the

par Dr E T

19 févr. 2021

The peer assignment could have been made a lot easier by just requiring that we submit a .pdf or Word document with all of the stipulated prompts. Having to enter each detail in separate boxes, and not being able to copy-paste tables only made the whole thing confusing and cluttered.

par MUVVALA P V L G K

6 janv. 2021

Getting certificate is worst here

par Parvez R

30 janv. 2022

Very upset this course