Topic and Speakers
“Comprehensive Safe Hospitals” as one of the supporters for disaster preparedness
and disaster risk reduction in Indonesia
1. Policy and Standards of Safe Hospital
There are important International issues and standard of Safe Hospital those can be applicated in Indonesia. This session will provide current issues, standard and policy on Safe Hospital, both internationally and Nationally, also how governmental policy establish the Indonesian standard of Safe Hospital implementation based on Indonesia system.
- Bangkok Principal: the Implementation of the Health Aspects of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Thailand)
- Comprehensive Safe Hospital: a New Paradigm (World Health Organization)
- Indonesia Policies on Disaster Risk Reduction (Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana/ BNPB)
- Indonesia Policies on Safe Hospital Implementation (Ministry of Health)
2. Model and Practice of Safe Health Facilities in Indonesia
Indonesia has various level of health facilities, start from private medical service, puskesmas up to hospital-level A those must be saved from disaster. The question is how to implement Safe Hospital in those various health facilities? This session will provide models of safe hospital implementation in Indonesia; hospital and other health facilities such as PUSKESMAS and how to ensure the concept of Safe Hospital implemented on them.
- Monitoring of Safe Hospital Implementation in Indonesia (Komite Akreditasi Rumah Sakit/ KARS)
- Implementation of Comprehensive Safe Hospital: Muhammadiyah Model (Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center)
- Implementation of Comprehensive Safe Health Facilities: Puskesmas Model (PKMK UGM)
- Implementation of the Safe Hospital Experience of Hospitals in Asia: (Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Thailand)
3. Hospital Supports for EMT
Emergency Medical Team (EMT) is an important aspect of disaster response system. On the other side, Indonesia is still using Hospital-based health system while developing the prehospital system. In this transition era, it is important to establish the concept of ‘hospital-based EMT’ and ‘hospital supports EMT. This session will provide a good discussion on how it is by showing some models those already existed in Indonesia and International.
- The Hospital supports Pre-Hospital Emergency Service: Tulungagung System experiences (RSUD Iskak Tulungagung)
- The Hospital supports Pre-Hospital Emergency Service: Muhammadiyah EMT experiences (Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center)
- “Out of Hospital” Medical Emergency and Disaster services: MSF EMT experiences (MedecinsSans Frontieres)
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Hospital Preparedness and Community Readiness for Emergency and Disaster (HPCRED)’s team