Journal of General Practice

ISSN: 2329-9126

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Emergency Situations Staff Members of Primary Healthcare Institutions


Richard Cooke*

These events frequently have an impact on the health system's capacity to effectively manage emergency risk and offer access to high-quality care because they interfere with a number of crucial aspects of the delivery of healthcare. This covers geographic facility accessibility, the availability of a skilled medical workforce, and the accessibility of money. It also covers problems with supply-chain management, such as insufficient resources, the infrastructure of medical facilities, and the availability of electricity and water. Government control, the existence of good leadership and organisational management are important as well but may be lacking in an emergency. In emergency situations, health staff may be particularly exposed. This may be due to a number of factors, such as the increased workload and psychological stress they experience.


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