Atlantic County Department of Human Service Medical Reserve Corps



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Atlantic County Department of Human Service - Medical Reserve Corps


Lesson Plans Instructor(s) Cathy Henry, RN, LINCS PHN, Ben Mount, Partnership Coordinator

Date TBA Tentative May, 2006 Subject Training Session 3- for professional and community volunteers

Objective

Content

Time Frame

Teaching Methods

Volunteers will learn about Pandemic Influenza.

Discuss history of pandemics.

Discuss Avian flu and its role as a possible pandemic agent.



30 minutes

Video clip (taken from CDC video from webcast)

Powerpoint presentation ( in-house prepared)

CDC fact sheets for pandemic influenza

Other handouts and literature



Volunteers will learn about Infection Control and the use of Personal Protective Equipment

(PPE).

Discuss hand washing to break the transmission of infectious agents.

Discuss use of protective devices and equipment to beak the transmission of infectious agents.

Distinguish between surgical and N95 masks and the indications for each.


30 minutes

Powerpoint presentation (in-house prepared)

Demonstration of protective equipment and hand washing

Handouts and literature


Volunteers will learn about the importance of fit testing N95 masks.

All volunteers will be fit tested. Care of N95 mask will be discussed.

Time required will depend on number of fit tests being performed. Appointments may need to be scheduled.

15 minutes to demonstrate equipment.



Demonstration of fit testing.

Fit testing equipment and supplies

N95 masks


Volunteers will learn the importance of having photo identification with them during a drill or actual emergency.

Photo identification will be prepared for all volunteers.

Time required will depend on number of photo identifications that need to be done. Appointments may need to be scheduled.

15 minutes to demonstrate equipment.



Demonstration of equipment.

Photo identification equipment and supplies



Volunteers will learn about other volunteer groups and other emergency preparedness training opportunities.

Volunteers will hear presentations about other emergency preparedness organizations.

30 minutes

Guest speakers from organizations such as ARC and CERT

Discussion

Question/Answer session

Handouts, literature



Volunteers who have completed all sessions will receive recognition.

Volunteers will participate in graduation “ceremony.”

Volunteers will receive certificates.

Volunteers will receive vests and caps.


15 minutes

Prepared certificates for graduates

Caps and vests




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