Curriculum Recommendations for Educators & Trainers Working with Health Professionals
Curriculum Recommendations for Educators & Trainers Working with Health Professionals is a series of peer-reviewed disaster health curriculum recommendations designed by subject matter experts. These recommendations are targeted to educators and trainers working with health professionals.
Each curriculum recommendation consists of three tools to aid educators in tailoring disaster education:
Design process diagram: A step-by-step process for tailoring courses
Topical Overview: Summary of Recommended Topics
Learning Objective and Resource Table: Learning Objectives, Core Competencies, & Resources
The information found in the following documents is not a prescriptive curriculum, but rather a set of recommendations. Educators can tailor these recommendations for their particular needs or circumstances, selecting those learning objectives, topics, and resources which are appropriate to their learners’ needs, and the scope of their education and training programs.
Authors: Lt. Col Heather Johnson, USAF, NC, DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP; Dr. Catherine G. Ling, FNP-BC; & Kelly H. Gulley, BA
Recommendations designed to aid disaster educators that focus on children.
Authors: Brian W. Flynn, Ed.D, RADM, USPHS & Joshua C. Morganstein, MD, CDR, USPHS
Recommendations offer resources on planning education and training activities on behavioral health factors in disasters to those working with health professionals.
Authors: Heather Johnson, Lt Col, USAF (Ret), DNP, FNP-BC, FAANP; Dr. Catherine G. Ling, FNP-BC; & LCDR Elexis C. McBee, USN, DO, FACP
Recommendations designed to aid disaster educators that focus on the geriatric population.
Author: Maxim Gakh, JD, MPH, a Scholar in Residence at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Recommendations designed to aid disaster educators that focus on the public health law in disasters.