A nursing perspective of the financial planning model for disaster preparedness

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Margono Margono
Nurul Hidayah
Suphanna Krongthaeo

Abstract

Indonesia is an area that has the potential for natural, non-natural and social disasters. Disasters are events that occur suddenly so that they have a major impact that can be detrimental to survival. The impact of the disaster will be even greater if there is no planning in disaster management. To minimize losses, one of the things that must be prepared is disaster management planning and budgeting. This budget planning is very important for cost-effective disaster management, including health workers (NaKes) in preparedness. One of the health workers who carry out disaster management is a nurse. The role of nurses in disaster management is highly dependent on preparedness in disaster management planning, including in the financing aspect. Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center (MDMC) is one of the organizations engaged in the field of disaster. This study aims to develop a disaster budget planning model at MDMC Magelang and can be more effective in the disaster emergency response phase. This research method uses a qualitative approach by conducting a literature study and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) with stakeholders. The sample used is the One Muhammadiyah One Response (OMOR) component in Magelang Regency with a document completeness checklist instrument and a question guide for FGD. Analysis of the results is done by analyzing the theme of the discussion. The results of this study obtained a budget planning model in the One Muhammadiyah One Response (OMOR) program in Magelang Regency by involving all components in Muhammadiyah (regional leaders, business charities and Muhammadiyah congregations) which can be implemented in disaster management through LazisMu, Magelang Regency. The role of disaster nurses in this model can perform in the pre-disaster, emergency response and post-disaster phases. This research can be developed in further research, especially in handling emergency response for disaster victims

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