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Disaster Response: Considerations for Catholic Health Care

Product Code: 2708
Disaster Response: Considerations for Catholic Health Care
Member Price: $0.00
Non-Member Price: $0.00

Description

Those who work in Catholic health care are compassionate people called to work in service to others. This is especially true in times of disaster - domestic and international, natural and human-made. Whether responding to help victims of a cholera outbreak, mining accident, tsunami, earthquake, flood or tornado, those who lead and serve in the ministry are compelled to provide help and hope to victims of disaster.

This brochure by the Catholic Health Association of the United States, with assistance from Catholic Relief Services and Catholic Charities USA, provides ministry leaders with considerations for how health care organizations can appropriately respond in times of domestic or international disaster. While not prescriptive, the goal is to raise awareness about the opportunities for those who work in Catholic health care to reach out to their brothers and sisters to provide help and hope.

Sections include:

  • Important Cautions
  • Most Effective Practices
  • Additional Information
Full Description Below

Full Description

Those who work in Catholic health care are compassionate people called to work in service to others. This is especially true in times of disaster - domestic and international, natural and human-made. Whether responding to help victims of a cholera outbreak, mining accident, tsunami, earthquake, flood or tornado, those who lead and serve in the ministry are compelled to provide help and hope to victims of disaster.

This brochure by the Catholic Health Association of the United States, with assistance from Catholic Relief Services and Catholic Charities USA, provides ministry leaders with considerations for how health care organizations can appropriately respond in times of domestic or international disaster. While not prescriptive, the goal is to raise awareness about the opportunities for those who work in Catholic health care to reach out to their brothers and sisters to provide help and hope.

Sections include:

  • Important Cautions
  • Most Effective Practices
  • Additional Information

Product Details

Publication Date: October 21, 2013
Number of Pages: 8
Product Dimensions: H: 11 IN., W: 8.5 IN.
Shipping Weight: 0.11875 Lb.