We use the use of internet social networking in disaster emergency response and public health management of disasters by focusing on a case study of the typhoon Morakot disaster in Taiwan.
Internet social networking and mobile technology were found to be helpful for community residents, professional emergency rescuers, and government agencies in gathering and disseminating real-time information, regarding volunteer recruitment and relief supplies allocation.
Healthcare is a complex system that works much like human biology. It is vast, difficult to change, and designed to survive and evolve. Unlike a biological system, however, it's artificial and can be changed relatively quickly when there's a compelling reason to do so.
Companies succeed in the big data era not simply because they have more or better data, but because they have leadership teams that set clear goals, define what success looks like, and ask the right questions.
As senior clinical staff doctors and nurses we are able to communicate and effectively give you that service.
Big data’s and Analytics power does not erase the need for vision or human insight. On the contrary, we still must have business leaders who can spot a great opportunity, understand how a market is developing, think creatively and propose truly novel offerings, articulate a compelling vision, persuade people to embrace it and work hard to realize it, and deal effectively with customers, employees, stockholders, and other stakeholders.
Over the next decade healthcare will look very different from the way it's looked for the last 30 years. Changing market forces, rising consumer demands, and technology -- particularly digitization -- will create a radical shift in how and where healthcare services are delivered.
What it does With 150,000 people dying each year from situations where first aid knowledge could have saved their life, it is apparent that basic training could be the difference between life and death for family members, friends, colleagues, employees or strangers in the street.
How I built it Pulse Medic is constantly going one step further to ensure it is providing world class training, by working closely with the local NHS trust, Schools we provide discounted CPR and AED training via our social enterprise.The London-based group is more than a First Aid training and consultancy company. Its remit is to train everyone in key skills as well as First Aid in the workplace and the community. In addition to providing basic lifesaving skills to businesses and communities, Pulse Medic also teaches resuscitation techniques to staff at NHS hospItaly's.
Challenges I ran int Join us on our First Aid mission - With 150,000 people dying each year from situations where first aid knowledge could have saved their life.
It is apparent that basic training could be the difference between life and death for family members, friends, colleagues, employees or strangers in the street. Pulse Medic is constantly going one step further to ensure it is providing world class training, by working closely with the local NHS trust, Schools we provide discounted CPR and AED training via our social enterprise. Accomplishments that I'm proud of
What I learned
What's next for Pulse MEDIC Pulse Medic is now working to provide others emergency lifesaving training to people in London through the British Heart Foundation’s accredited Heartstart program. Nationally, Heartstart has trained more than 2.6 million people in communities and schools around the country to know what to do if someone suffers a heart attack or has been seriously hurt. Read More at http://buff.ly/2kZCLcG