The Effectiveness of Basic Training on Disaster Management Pilot Program for Disaster Preparedness in Community

Farida Juanita, Suratmi Suratmi, Isni Lailatul Maghfiroh

Abstract


Professional nurses are expected to prepare in emergency and disaster situations. Therefore, we need to prepare pre-clinical nursing students for basic disaster management. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of disaster management basic training in improving student’s preparedness to face disaster. It used experimental posttest only - nonequivalent control group design with purposive sampling and 50 students were divided into 2 groups: students who got basic disaster management training and groups of students who only received disaster materials in lectures. The average index of disaster preparedness in the treatment group (χ = 5.4500) was higher than the control group (χ = 3.7554). The result was obtained ρ = 0,000 (α = 0.05) using independent t test. This showed that the method of basic disaster management training significantly affect the level of disaster preparedness in the students. Therefore, the method can be applied for implementation of curriculum 2018 in disaster nursing lecture.


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disaster; preparedness; training

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