ID:514 Emergency Preparedness in Maternal and Child Care – reconstructing by creative collaboration with community medicine and public health care system
- 17:30-19:30（Door Open 17:15）
- TKP Garden City Sendai(AER) Hall D
Report has released
- Simultaneous interpretation
E-mail:boji*megabank.tohoku.ac.jp （Please replace * to @）
Tohoku University Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization
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1. Research Outcomes and Issues Identified by the Study Group
(1)Lack of coordination among obstetrical, disaster and emergency medical services. The staff in charge of perinatal care was not informed of the situation in shelters and communities.
(2)There is a need for establishing means for communicating information to pregnant women and nursing mothers, as well as for systems for backing up obstetrical information (maternity record book, etc.).
(3)There is a significant difference among local governments in terms of their disaster preparedness in obstetrical medical service.
2. How we can support safe child delivery to build a community with HOPE?
(1)Train personnel so as to save the lives of pregnant women and nursing mothers right after the occurrence of a disaster.
(2)Establish specific means for communicating critical information to pregnant women and nursing mothers.
(3)Aid to pregnant women in shelters; coordination with local governments.
(4)Relevant parties must maintain a high-level disaster preparedness at all times, by continuously studying and examining ways of disaster management.
OutlineIn an effort to aid the next generation families responsible for the regeneration of the community, significant improvement has been made by the cooperation of local government, medical and educational systems. In this session, we present obstetric related issues and efforts based on the experience of 311, and demonstrate proposals for future disaster preparedness.
Lecture 1 How we can support safe child delivery to build a community with hope.
Speaker：Junichi Sugawara Professor Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization, Tohoku University
Lecture 2 Effective plans to collect and transmit necessary information to expectant mothers.
Speaker：Keiko Kasai Executive Director Japanese Midwives association
Lecture 3 Positive efforts by maternal and child-rearing generations after the earthquake.
Speaker：Yumi Ogawa Director General incorporated association, Mother Wing