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DISASTER AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

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Transcript of DISASTER AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

INTRODUCTION
Statement of the Problem
Lobriño - Brennan
Tuesday, March 04, 2014
SSU - CONHS
Theoretical Framework
Chapter 1
Chapter 3
Chapter 2
Awareness of the individuals and household families on
Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
Related Literature
Adaptation Theory

- viewed humans as Biopsychosocial being constantly interacting with a changing environment and who cope with their environment through Biopsychosocial adaptation mechanism.
Research Design
Related Studies
"
Disaster awareness activities
will have the utmost impact when they are assimilated into wide-ranging programme strategies that seek to alleviate everyday community problems and hazards "
REVIEW OF LITERATURE AND RELATED STUDIES
Methodology
in one of the high risk barangay of Catbalogan City, Samar (Barangay Cabugawan)
Calister Roy’s

Adaptation Model
Rosemarie Parse's
Theory of Human Becoming
Jennings Sanders

Disaster Management Nursing Model
DISASTER AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
DISASTER and EMERGENCY
Ledwin R. Lobrino
Mary Geronima Brennan
Preparedness
LEVEL OF AWARENESS ON
AMONG INDIVIDUALS AND HOUSEHOLD FAMILIES IN BARANGAY CABUGAWAN, CATBALOGAN CITY, SAMAR
" In times of Disaster events, people may loss power, shelter, communication, food, and water. Due to the magnitude of the damage, Emergency response competences can be quickly become overwhelmed. "
Indian Ocean Tsunami Earthquake 2004
Tohoku Earthquake, Japan 2011
PHILIPPINES
One of the most hazard prone countries in the World
Super Typhoon
Yolanda
13 million people affected
P35,527,886,330.67 estimated damage
(strongest typhoon ever recorded in history)
The
demographic profile
of the respondents
The level of awareness of the respondents about
Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
The
significant relationship
between demographic profiles of the respondents to their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
And of course, what
awareness campaign program
may be developed based on findings of the study.

Hypothesis
There is no significant relationship between the demographic profiles of the respondents to their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
Figure 1
Significance of the Study
Individuals and Families.
Local Government Unit Officials.
Community Healthcare Providers.
The Community.
Future Researchers.
Scope and Delimitation of the Study
Demographic Profile;
Age
Gender
Occupation
Educational
Attainment
Marital Status
Family Monthly Income

Their level of Awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness and the relationship between these variables.
&
The researchers will be utilizing the descriptive design of research. The descriptive method is used to describe the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of; Age, Gender, Civil Status, Educational attainment, Family Monthly Income, Occupation, and their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness.
Inferential statistics will be used to determine the significant relationships among the variables.

According to Victoria (2003), based on the finding on her study entitled “Community Based Disaster Management in the Philippines: Making a Difference in People’s Lives.” states that the experiences of Philippines in different disasters affirm the effectiveness of involving communities in disaster preparedness and mitigation. However, local communities cannot reduce all vulnerabilities on their own. While communities have built on local coping strategies and capacities to reduce some vulnerability, many necessary structural mitigation measures involve big capital outlay.
This cited study is similar with the present study in terms of assessing the level of awareness through the Past Experiences of Natural Disasters and their Participation in evacuation drills and disaster education. The difference between these studies is that the present study measures the relationship of the demographic profiles of the respondents and their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness.
Global policies on disaster risk reduction have highlighted individual and community responsibilities and roles in reducing risk and promoting coping capacity. Strengthening local preparedness is viewed as an essential element in effective response and recovery. In addition, people require sufficient knowledge, motivation and resources to engage in preparedness activities. Social networks have been identified as one such resource which contributes to resilience (Household emergency preparedness: a literature review, 2012).
Moreover, according to Federal Emergency Management Agency (2013), Individuals can also make a difference in their own community but not everyone has bought into preparedness. Research on personal preparedness indicates that individuals who believe they are prepared for disasters often are not as prepared as they think. In addition, some admit they do not plan to prepare at all. Many emergency managers, firefighters, law enforcement officers, EMT/paramedics, and other emergency responders do an incredible job of keeping us safe, but they cannot do it alone. We must all embrace our personal responsibility to be prepared – in doing so; we contribute to the safety and security of our communities as well.
DISASTER and EMERGENCY
Ledwin R. Lobrino
Mary Geronima Brennan
Preparedness
LEVEL OF AWARENESS
The
demographic profile
of the respondents
The level of awareness of the respondents about
Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
The
significant relationship
between demographic profiles of the respondents to their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
And of course, what
awareness campaign program
may be developed based on findings of the study.

Hypothesis
There is no significant relationship between the demographic profiles of the respondents to their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
Research Design
The researchers will be utilizing the descriptive design of research. The descriptive method is used to describe the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of; Age, Gender, Civil Status, Educational attainment, Family Monthly Income, Occupation, and their level of awareness on Disaster and Emergency Preparedness.
Inferential statistics will be used to determine the significant relationships among the variables.

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