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The mobilization plan acts as the guidance to disaster response functions that nurses will perform in the operations. It also explains the roles, organization, scope and purposes for resources mobilization (Farrar, 2015). The mobilization will involve 20 nurses that will engage in a 4 month multinational effort to treat patients exposed to a highly contagious virus in Africa.
The mission will employ the Incident Command Organizational Structure. Various stakeholders in the health care system will participate in the training for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, vaccinators, clinical managers and medical screeners (Farrar, 2015). The training will help the stakeholders to prepare for the possibility of key incidents that may have adverse health effects. The health facility will also allow the volunteers to engage in the exercise (Yoder-Wise, 2013). They will be incorporated into the master plan of the mission operations. Nursing volunteers will play a part in recruiting mass immunization or mass shelter clinics. Designated nurses will be tasked with the role of leading the public health response (Carlton, 2006).
The mobilization effort will have a major impact on care patterns and a hospital staff and care patterns. Firstly, it will reduce the number of staff as a certain percentage will be experienced medical teams. Similarly, care patterns will be affected because new hospital schedule will be formulated (Farrar, 2015). Medical missions will be tasked depending on their area of specialization. Team members will be empowered by allowing them to make decisions that require quick response. The safety for the mission personnel and patients will be assured by developing procedures and policy for work-related safety and health. Medical mission team will also use personal protective equipment (Yoder-Wise, 2013). When dealing with multinational contingent, there are possible power issues that may arise. Some of these include regulatory frameworks of federal, state and municipal authorities that demand documentations, licenses or permits prior to the commencement of work (Carlton, 2006).
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Farrar, F. C. (2015). Transformational Tool Kit for Front Line Nurses, An Issue of Nursing Clinics of North America (Vol. 50, No. 1). Elsevier Health Sciences.
Yoder-Wise, P. S. (2013). Leading and Managing in Nursing-Revised Reprint. Elsevier Health Sciences.