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Editors: Zenobia C. Y. Chan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)
Book Description:
This book is a collection of various health related issues with the crisis management perspective in Chinese contexts. Crisis management has been well discussed in many disciplines, but in health care settings little literature has been found to address how crisis management is being conceptualized and implemented with a Chinese cultural sensitivity. This book serves to address the above inadequacy and discuss how health care professionals can respond to these crises in a timely and effective manner. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Crisis Management: A Cultural Perspective, pp. 1-7
(Wing-Fu Lai and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 2. Crisis Management for Financial Tsunami Victims, pp. 9-13
(Zenobia C. Y. Chan and Wing-Fu Lai)

Chapter 3. The crisis management of school in Human Swine Influenza outbreak, pp. 15-28
(Tony C. M. Lau and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 4. Crisis Management in Prevalence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Secondary School Females, pp. 29-41
(Mica S. F. Fong and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 5. Crisis Management Plan for Medication Incident in an Acute Hospital, pp. 43-56
(K. Y. Lam and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 6. Crisis Management Plan for Health Food Crisis and Recall procedures, pp. 57-73
(S. Y. Leung and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 7. School Crisis Management Plan for adolescent drug abusers, pp. 75-90
(W. F. Chau and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 8. A crisis Management Plan about medical errors: oxygen errors, pp. 91-103
(Mandy S. M. Chan & Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 9. Crisis Management Plan for handling teacher suicide, pp. 105-117
(Y. Lee and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)

Chapter 10. Preparedness in Large Scale Drug Recall, pp. 119-141
(Y. W. So and Zenobia C. Y. Chan)


      China in the 21st Century
      Public Health in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 6 x 9 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-609-9
   Status: AV
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