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[Report] The 2nd World Bosai Forum/IDRC 2019(2019年11月11日)

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The 2nd World Bosai Forum/ International Disater Risk Conference was hosted at Sendai International Center from 9th to 12th November 2019, where interdisciplinary scientists, researchers, and health professionals gathered together. Prof. Sakiko Kanbara and DNGL students Sushila Paudel and Hastoro Dwinantoaji, and other iterdisciplinary scientists, who have had 90 minutes oral session, presented about the framework for health security and disaster risk reduction in multidisciplinary approaches from the viewpoint of nursing science. The title of the session was  "Participatory Monitoring of Health Security by Nurses for Disaster Risk Reduction". 

Health, being the heart of DRR, critical attention should be given to address the health needs of people to maintain a minimum health safety level. During disasters, effective monitoring to reduce health risk has been a challenge, especially in rural communities which are difficult to reach out to. Routine monitoring of water, sanitation, food, shelter; identification of high risks and vulnerable populations; addressing sensitive issues like unusual sexual practices and violence; gender issues; generating reasonable information including culture, lifestyle and local people’s perception; and communicating risks to others in this changing social context, environmental systems and technology have been a challenge.  

Every community has its own culture and social structure. So, local nurses can understand well, the local community needs and assets, thus can assess the local living environment, provide optimum care and also communicate real-time information with other organizations or decision-makers for the prevention of health hazards. This session discussed how the first-hand data collected by local nurses using the ICT toolkit could become the basis of the daily community health information system, which could be the monitoring model and benchmark toward SFDRR and SDGs from the point of view of nursing science. Thus the capacity building of nurses, interdisciplinary coordination and collaborations are vital. 

(参考:http://www.worldbosaiforum.com/
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