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All that You Have to Know . . . and that's just the beginning. Utilizing Tabletop Works out. Carl Osaki, MSPH, RS Clinical Partner Teacher Bureau of Natural and Word related Wellbeing Sciences, SPHCM, College of Washington. Presentation Goals.
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All that You Need to Know . . . what\'s more, More Using Tabletop Exercises Carl Osaki, MSPH, RS Clinical Associate Professor Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, SPHCM, University of Washington

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Presentation Objectives Describe the esteem and utilization of tabletop activities to get ready for general wellbeing crises. List 10 proposals for leading or encouraging an effective tabletop work out. Examine how to assess your office\'s status for leading a tabletop work out.

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Learning Objectives By the finish of this introduction, learners will have the capacity to : Define a tabletop work out. Portray the reason and goals of tabletops. Talk about who utilizes tabletops and why. Depict issues ordinarily raised through tabletops. Talk about how to consider fitting tabletops and where to discover them. Propose issues to consider in planning or leading your own particular tabletop.

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Your Experiences (1 of 3) Have you taken an interest in a tabletop work out? Yes No What was the most huge issue you encountered as a member all the while?

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Your Experiences (1 of 2) Have you encouraged a tabletop work out? Yes No What was your most huge test in encouraging the tabletop?

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Your Experiences (3 of 3) Have you outlined a tabletop work out? Yes No What assets/apparatuses did you use to help outline the tabletop?

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What Is a Tabletop? A tabletop is a speculative situation (story) delineating a vast scale general wellbeing crisis. A facilitator leads the gathering (players) in an examination about a progression of episodes (issues) which rise in the situation. Players recognize and examine the strategies and techniques expected to address every episode. Players question to talk about the essentialness of the strategies to players\' own particular association (e.g., holes, duplications, perplexity, and whether individuals are prepared to do the arrangements). Tabletops are low worry—there are no correct answers.

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Types of Tabletops Basic Players react to situation as it unfurls. Players can be from a blend of various orders, not really key leaders. More situated to adapting, instead of assessment of current framework. Propelled Players act in claim parts as characterized by the crisis reaction arrange, and are commonly those that would be included in basic leadership. Practice distinguishes holes, irregularities, or duplications in arrangements, arrangements, or methodology.

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Who Uses Tabletops in Public Health? PH offices (nearby, state, tribal) Schools/PH organizations (summer foundations, classroom) Local crisis reaction offices Professional orders (MDs, medical attendants, veterinarians, ecological wellbeing authorities, disease transmission specialists, and so forth)

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What Are Typical Tabletop Objectives? Recognize the strategy issues related with an open heath crisis. Recognize crevices in neighborhood readiness. Talk about measures that can be performed at the nearby level. Advance interagency joint effort and coordination. Perceive the parts of open authorities. Recognize preparing needs. Show an educating device. Assess self-announced evaluation.

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When Should a Tabletop Be Used? Dialog based activities Orientation Tabletop Operations-based activities Drill Functional Full-Scale

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Where Do I Find Tabletops? NWCPHP http://www.nwcphp.org PH Preparedness Training Centers Private firms ASPH http://www.asph.org NACCHO http://www.naccho.org

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How Do I Design My Own Tabletop? NWCPHP BT Tabletop Office of Homeland Security http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/odp/exercises.htm NACCHO BT Create CDC http://www.bt.cdc.gov Time to outline: 20 to 40 hours Roles: player, facilitator, spectator, recorder, evaluator, assets

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What Issues Are Raised Through Tabletops? Correspondence (vertical, even, news media) Resources (work force, material, specialized help) Data (accumulation, examination, administration, imparting) Coordination (hierarchy of leadership, authority) Legal (restorative, criminal, isolate, privacy) Systems (interagency conventions, reconnaissance, ICS) Mental wellbeing (open feelings of trepidation, responders\' anxiety)

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Successful Tabletops: 10 Things to Consider Jargon Recorder Debriefing Group estimate Group organization Facilitator Audience Burn-out Materials Reality

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How Do I Determine Success of a Tabletop? Assessment through questioning The activity (meets destinations) The arrangement (recognizable proof of required strategies, crevices and duplications, approaches being viably rehearsed) After-activity report Development of work plan

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Questions? Remarks?

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