سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۵
محل انتشار: سومین کنگره بین المللی بهداشت، درمان و مدیریت بحران در حوادث غیرمترقبه
تعداد صفحات: ۱
Hanie Sadat – Isfehan university of Medical Sciences and Health Services
Sadjadi – Isfehan university of Medical Sciences and Health Services
Sara Barat Pour – Isfehan university of Medical Sciences and Health Services
DIN development we need to establish: • Network standards • Protocols and information
finders • Informational quality assurance • More complete cost-effectiveness estimates • More definitive public/private partnership endeavors • Directed technology support • Information integration • Modeling technologies for disaster effects • Approaches to international connectivity. In this paper, to show the role of Disaster Information Network ) DIN) in Disaster Management (DM), we are going to describe the role of information in disaster management, the DM user community and what it needs to conduct its day-to-day operations, the provider community and the associated methodologies available and under development to support user needs. Then we will synthesize these needs and capabilities and evaluate the various means by which disaster-related information could be effectively disseminated . Conclusion: Thanks to progresses which have been made in information technology , we are now in a position to take advantage of that technologies make it feasible to build a robust, integrated, virtual network for the cooperative exchange of timely, relevant information through all phases of disaster management to save lives and reduce economic loss. Such a virtual network would consist of a knowledge base with data, information, sensor characteristics, analyses, and models contributed and utilized by a wide variety of stakeholders. This virtual network would connect people to resources and people to people. The information would be organized in a logical manner so that people with widely varying needs and levels of expertise could rapidly find and access what they need to know . The network would be a focus for cooperation in developing standards and tools for integrating data sets into products that could be used to take timely and appropriate action.