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به پورتال جامع کنگره ها - سمینارها و همایشهای دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تبریز خوش آمدید
   October 23, 2017
   
   
     
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Title The effect of training on the management of nuclear disasters by emergency department nurses and physicians
Authors Alireza Ala, Farzad Rahmani, Reza Aslzad, Fariba Abdollahi, Zahra Parsian
Abstract Introduction: Nowadays nuclear energy and nuclear products are utilized in medicine, industry, agriculture and research. In spite of security measures and regarding international standards 405 nuclear accidents have occurred from 1994 to 1999. Regarding increasing application of nuclear energy in different fields, nuclear accidents and disasters have increased. Thus, it is crucial for medical staff especially emergency department personnel to be aware of the nature of these accidents. So, this study was planned to evaluate the effect of education on the knowledge of managing victims of nuclear disaster by emergency physicians and nurses, to improve the level of their knowledge in future by educational recommendations. Methods: This study was a pre-and post-intervention study conducted on 97 emergency department personnel including physicians and nurses of educational hospitals in Tabriz University of Medical Sciences entered the study. Educational classes about nuclear disasters and managing these events were held. Standard questionnaires were used to evaluate their knowledge before and after attending educational class, and the effect of education on their knowledge was evaluated. Results: IIn our study 41 out of 97 participants were male and 56 were female. Relative majority was female. The mean age of participants was 32.88±6.67 years. About marital status of the participants 30 (30.6 ) were single and 67 (69.1 ) were married. About participants’ job, 33 of them were emergency medicine residents and 67% were nurses. The information was gathered from three main hospitals of Tabriz University of medical sciences, 13.5%, 34.4% and 62% of participants were from Imam Reza, Taleghani and Sina hospital consecutively. The mean score of contributors before and after the class were 4.03±1.54 and 7.93±1.55 respectively; which reflected statistical significant differences (p value 0.001). Among medical staff, physicians had better knowledge compared with the other group. Conclusion: This study showed that the knowledge of medical staff about nuclear disasters is low and educational classes are necessary to increase their knowledge.
Keywords Disasters, Nuclear Accidents, Education, Emergency Service, Hospital
 
     
     
 
 
     
     
 
 
     
     
 

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