The effect of guidance booklet on knowledge and attitudes of nurses regarding disaster preparedness at hospitals

@inproceedings{Diab2015TheEO,
  title={The effect of guidance booklet on knowledge and attitudes of nurses regarding disaster preparedness at hospitals},
  author={Gehan Mohammed Diab and S. M. Mabrouk},
  year={2015}
}
Background: Disasters have a potential of producing mass casualties thereby straining the health care systems. This means that hospitals need to be prepared for an unusual increase in workload, hence the importance of hospital disaster preparedness. Aim: The aim of the study to evaluate the effect of a guidance booklet on knowledge and attitude about disaster preparedness among nurses. Methods: Research design: A quasi experimental research design with pre-test post-test time series and follow… CONTINUE READING

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