A humanitarian obligation to educate nurses in disaster response
Janice S. Smith, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF; Kathleen V. Eid-Heberle, MSN, RN, CNE, NHDP-BC -- Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing
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Nurses possess a humanitarian drive to respond to disasters. However, nursing education does not always include disaster content in the curricula, thereby limiting nurses' knowledge of disasters response. Requiring evidence-based disaster education in nursing programs contributes to nurses responding for their employers or volunteer partners such as the Red Cross.
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