Training Index

Preparing Hospitals and Clinics for the Psychological Consequences of a Terrorist Incident or Other Public Health Emergency.

Title Page
Preface: About this Training Manual
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Expert Panelists
Acronyms
Introduction and Overview
Appendix: Tools and Resources
References
Module 1: Training for Administrative and Disaster Planning and Response Staff          (PPT Slideshow)
Module 2: Training for Clinical, Mental Health, and Non-Clinical Staff                           (PPT Slideshow)
Module 3: Training for County Disaster Mental Health Staff                                         (PPT Slideshow)
Participant Handouts (Modules 1-3)
Self Study Guide (and Instructor Script) Module 1
Self Study Guide (and Instructor Script) Module 2
Self Study Guide (and Instructor Script) Module 3
Tool: Definitions of Selected Medical Concepts and Countermeasures
Tool: Algorithm for Triaging Mental Health Needs
Tool: Readiness for Events with Psychological Emergencies Assessment
Tool: Psychological First Aid (PFA)
Tool: Scenarios for "Break Out" Session - Pandemic Flu / SARS-Version A
Tool: Scenarios for "Break Out" Session - Pandemic Flu / SARS-Version B
Tool: Scenarios for "Break Out" Session - Radiological Dispersal Device-Version A
Tool: Scenarios for "Break Out" Session - Radiological Dispersal Device-Version B
Resource: Substance Abuse Behavioral Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Disaster-Specific Resources
Resource: Tips for Managing and Preventing Stress-A Guide for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers
Resource: Tips for Talking to Children After a Disaster-A Guide for Parents and Teachers
Resource: Tips for Survivors of a Traumatic Event - Managing Your Stress During a Disaster
Resource: Tips for Survivors of a Traumatic Event: What to Expect in Your Personal, Family, Work and Financial Life
Resource: Tips for Talking to Children in Trauma: Interventions at Home for Preschoolers to Adolescents
Resource: Managing Stress: Tips for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers
Resource: Listen, Protect, Contact- English
Resource: Escuchar, Proteger y Conectar - Spanish
Resource: Psychological First Aid - Tips for Emergency and Disaster Response Workers
Resource: Taking Care of Your Emotional health After a disaster
Resource: Sample Hospital Policy on Management of Psychological Consequences