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Valley City, ND, Demographics Population: 8,295 (up from 6,585 in 2010 census) Median Age: 43.6 years. 17.1% under age 18; 14.8% between 18 and 24; 21.1% between 25 and 44; 24.9% 46 â€“ 64; 22% 65 or older. Officially, residents are 93% white, 3% Latino, 2% African-American, 1% Native American, 1% other. —additionally, unknown number of undocumented migrant workers with limited English proficiency Special needs: 204 residents are elderly with complex health conditions; 147 physically disabled and/or use lip-reading or American Sign Language to communicate. Note that the Valley City Homeless shelter runs at capacity and is generally unable to accommodate all of the cityâ€™s homeless population. Also, the city is in the midst of a financial crisis, with bankruptcy looming, and has instituted layoffs at the police and fire departments. Valley City Region Hospital Fact Sheet 105-bed hospital (currently 97 patients; 5 on ventilators, 2 in hospice care.) NOTEWORTHY: Both of VCRHâ€™s ambulances are aging and in need of overhaul. Also, much of the hospitalâ€™s basic infrastructure and equipment is old and showing wear. The hospital has run at persistent Develop a disaster recovery plan to lessen health disparities and improve access to community services after a disaster. Then, develop and record a 10-12 slide presentation (please refer to the PowerPoint tutorial) of the plan with audio and speaker notes for the Vila Health system, city officials, and the disaster relief team. Trace-mapping becomes an important step to interrupting the spread of all infectious diseases to prevent or curtail morbidity and mortality in the community. A vital step in trace-mapping is the identification of the infectious individual or group and isolating or quarantining them. During the trace-mapping process, these individuals are interviewed to identify those who have had close contact with them. Contacts are notified of their potential exposure, testing referrals become paramount, and individuals are connected with appropriate services they might need during the self-quarantine period (CDC, 2020). This assessment provides an opportunity for you to apply the concepts of emergency preparedness, public health assessment, triage, management, and surveillance after a disaster. You will also focus on evacuation, extended displacement periods, and contact tracing based on the disaster scenario provided. Demonstration of Proficiency By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria: Competency 1: Analyze health risks and health care needs among distinct populations. Describe the determinants of health and the cultural, social, and economic barriers that impact safety, health, and disaster recovery efforts in a community. Competency 2: Propose health promotion strategies to improve the health of populations. Present specific, evidence-based strategies to overcome communication barriers and enhance interprofessional collaboration to improve disaster recovery efforts. Competency 3: Evaluate health policies, based on their ability to achieve desired outcomes. Explain how health and governmental policy affect disaster recovery efforts. Competency 4: Integrate principles of social justice in community health interventions. Explain how a proposed disaster recovery plan will lessen health disparities and improve access to community services. Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly communication strategies to lead health promotion and improve population health. Organize content with clear purpose/goals and with relevant and evidence-based sources (published within 5 years). Slides are easy to read and error free. Detailed audio and speaker notes are provided. Audio is clear, organized, and professionally presented. Note: Complete the assessments in this course in the order in which they are presented. Preparation When disaster strikes, community members must be protected. A comprehensive recovery plan, guided by the MAP-IT (Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement, Track) framework, is essential to help ensure everyoneâ€™s safety. The unique needs of residents must be assessed to lessen health disparities and improve access to equitable services after a disaster. Recovery efforts depend on the appropriateness of the plan, the extent to which key stakeholders have been prepared, the quality of the trace-mapping, and the allocation of available resources. In a time of cost containment, when personnel and resources may be limited, the needs of residents must be weighed carefully against available resources. In this assessment, you are a community task force member responsible for developing a disaster recovery plan for the Vila Health community using MAP-IT and trace-mapping, which you will present to city officials and the disaster relief team. Begin thinking about: Community needs. Resources, personnel, budget, and community makeup. People accountable for implementation of the disaster recovery plan. Healthy People 2020 goals. A timeline for the recovery effort. You may also wish to: Review the MAP-IT (Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement, Track) framework, which you will use to guide the development of your plan: Mobilize collaborative partners. Assess community needs. Plan to lessen health disparities and improve access to services. Implement a plan to reach Healthy People 2020 objectives. Track community progress. Review the assessment instructions and scoring guide to ensure that you understand the work you will be asked to complete. Instructions Complete the following: Develop a disaster recovery plan for the Vila Health community that will lessen health disparities and improve access to services after a disaster. Refer back to the Vila Health: Disaster Recovery Scenario to understand the Vila Health community. Assess community needs. Consider resources, personnel, budget, and community makeup. Identify the people accountable for implementation of the plan and describe their roles. Focus on specific Healthy People 2020 goals. Include a timeline for the recovery effort. Apply the MAP-IT (Mobilize, Assess, Plan, Implement, Track) framework to guide the development of your plan: Mobilize collaborative partners. Assess community needs. Use the demographic data and specifics related to the disaster to identify the needs of the community and develop a recovery plan. Consider physical, emotional, cultural, and financial needs of the entire community. Include in your plan the equitable allocation of services for the diverse community. Apply the triage classification to provide a rationale for those who may have been injured during the train derailment. Provide support for your position. Include in your plan contact tracing of the homeless, disabled, displaced community members, migrant workers, and those who have hearing impairment or English as a second language in the event of severe tornadoes. Plan to lessen health disparities and improve access to services. Implement a plan to reach Healthy People 2020 objectives. Track and trace-map community progress. Use the CDC’s Contract Tracing Resources for Health Departments as a template to create your contact tracing. Describe the plan for contact tracing during the disaster and recovery phase. Develop a slide presentation of your disaster recovery plan with an audio recording of you presenting your assessment of the Vila Health: Disaster Recovery Scenario for city officials and the disaster relief team. You may use Microsoft PowerPoint (preferred) or other suitable presentation software to create your slides and add your voice-over along with speaker notes. If you elect to use an application other than PowerPoint, check with your instructor to avoid potential file compatibility issues. Be sure that your slide deck includes the following slides: Title slide. Recovery plan title. Your name. Date. Course number and title. References (at the end of your presentation).