Showing posts with label #Resources. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #Resources. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 22, 2024

πŸ₯ IMSPARK: Resilience: A Pacific Vision for Crisis Standards of CareπŸ₯

πŸ₯ Imagine... Resilience: A Pacific Vision for Crisis Standards of CareπŸ₯

πŸ’‘ Imagined Endstate: 

A future where Pacific communities are empowered with robust CSC protocols, ensuring equitable and effective healthcare during disasters.

πŸ”— Link: 

πŸ“š Source: 

Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response. (n.d.). Crisis Standards of Care Resources | ASPR TRACIE. Retrieved May 22, 2024, from https://asprtracie.hhs.gov/CSC

πŸ’₯ What’s the Big Deal: 

Crisis Standards of Care (CSC) represent a significant shift ➲in healthcare delivery during extreme circumstances, including pandemics, natural disasters, or other emergencies that overwhelm the usual healthcare system. In the Pacific, where communities often face unique challenges due to geographic isolation, limited resources, and high vulnerability to natural disastersπŸŒ‹, implementing CSC can be a game-changer.

CSC protocols are designed to maximize the lives saved when resources are scarce. They guide healthcare professionals in making difficult decisions about allocating limited medical resources in a way that is not only ethical and fair, but also considers the well-being of the entire community🌐. For Pacific communities, this means developing tailored CSC plans that account for local cultures, values, and health priorities, ensuring a just and equitable approach even in the most challenging times.

The big deal about CSC in the Pacific is its potential to transform disaster responseπŸŒ€. By integrating traditional knowledge with modern healthcare practices, CSC can create a resilient healthcare framework that addresses immediate medical needs and supports long-term recovery and sustainability. This could mitigate the impact of disasters, reduce health disparities, and promote social cohesion in the face of adversity.


#CSC, #CrisisStandardsofCare, #PacificCommunities, #HealthcareResilience, #DisasterPreparedness, #CommunitySolidarity, #Resources, #EthicalLeadership, #SustainableHealthcare, #IMSPARK, 

Sunday, December 24, 2023

πŸ™️IMSPARK: Providing for Cities in NeedπŸ™️

πŸ™️Imagine... Providing for Cities in NeedπŸ™️


πŸ’‘ Imagined Endstate: 

A society where every city provides adequate resources and opportunities for its residents, regardless of their income, education, health, or housing status.

πŸ”— Link: 

Ref Here

πŸ“š Source: 

WalletHub. (2023). Cities with the Highest and Lowest Population in Need. 

πŸ’₯ What’s the Big Deal: 

This report ranks 182 U.S. cities based on 28 indicators of economic hardship and social disadvantage, such as child poverty, food insecurity, uninsured rate, and homelessness.πŸ’°It reveals the stark disparities among cities in terms of the well-being and quality of life of their populations.πŸ“ŠThe report also highlights the factors that contribute to the high or low levels of need in each city, such as the local economy, public policies, social services, and community engagement. πŸ‘₯ report aims to raise awareness and inspire action to address the challenges and needs of the most vulnerable groups in our society. 



#Cities, #Resources,#ChildPovertyData,#WealthEquity, #disparities, #IMSPARK

πŸ₯ IMSPARK.: a Thriving Pacific: Navigating the Future of CareπŸ₯

πŸ₯ Imagine... a Thriving Pacific: Navigating the Future of CareπŸ₯   πŸ’‘ Imagined Endstate:   A Pacific community where every individual, rega...