Acil Yardim ve Afet Yönetimi Bölümü (Kıbrıs`ta Üniversitemiz`de Tek)

  • Süresi: Dört Yıl
  • Diploma: Lisans Diploması
  • Eğitim Dili: İngilizce


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KOD DERSİN ADI T U K AKTS Ön Koşul Syllabus
HS101 Anatomy 3 2 4 5 With this course, the aim is to educate the students about the related terminology, the structures of the systems within the human body and the relationship between the neighbouring sysems.
Richard Drake, A. Wayne Vogl and Adam W. M. Mitchell. Gray's Anatomy for Students (2009) Elsevier Publications.
HS103 Physiology 4 0 4 4 In this course the aim is to facilitate student understanding of the concepts related to the functional charactheristics of the human body, working principles of the systems, and the common functional charactheristics necessary for achieveing homeostatis.
Stuart Ira Fox. Human Physiology (2010). McGraw Hill Publications
HS105 Psychology 2 0 2 2 The aim of this course is to introduce the students to the fundamental topic, theories and branches of psychology; to facilitate development of a scientific and objective approach to understanding human behaviour. In addition, topics including fundamental and historical approaches in psychology, learning, motivation social cognition,personality, perception, sensation and attention will be covered in this course
Nicky Hayes. Understand Psychology: Teach Yourself (2010) Hachette UK
DM101 General Chemistry 2 0 2 2 This course will cover the fundamental topics in chemistry including: Structure of atoms, elements and their properties, molecules, chemical compounds, chemical bonds, chemical equations and reactions, aqueous solutions, periodic table, gases and the electronic structure of the atom.
Raymond Chang and Jason Overby . General Chemistry: The Essential Concepts (2010) McGraw Hill.
DM103 General Principles of Management 3 0 3 3 In this course, the following topics will be covered: Basic theories of Management, History, Decision making, Communication, Planning in organisations, direction, guidance, control, observation and work ethics.
Edward Brown. Introduction to business management. (2011) BiblioBazaar
DM105 Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies I 2 2 3 4 This course will cover Definition and Principles of First Aid; ABC of First Aid; Opening Airways; application of artificial respiration; application of heart massage; types of bleeding and bleeding control; trauma and fractures; applcation of splint; preparation of backboards; preparation of stretchers; burns; shock; syncope; coma positions.
The Pocketbook of Emergency Care, Elsevier; 1 edition (19 Dec 2011)
DM107 Physical Education I 1 2 2 2 Basic principles in development of physical skills; movements; planning of training periods and enhancement of sports performance are the main topics covered in these courses.
DM109 Basic Knowledge of Disaster 2 0 2 3 Definition of disaster, types of disasters, natural disasters, human-based disasters, selection of residential areas, roles of municipalities in residential planning, role of property management in residential planning, role of central management in residential planning, utilisation of natural resources, behaviour of manmade large buildings during disasters, necessity for disaster education, risk tables, and integrated (JICA) disaster management will form the main topics covered in this course.
EGL101 Foreign Language I 3 0 3 3 The aim of this course is to help students learn basic English Language through word, grammer, pronounciation and hearing structures. In addition, the students will be provided with the conducive learning environment and motivation for developing their reading, listening, writing and speaking skills.
Course book: New Headway : Student’s book
Workbook. Reading book: Changing Times, changing Tenses.
Reading book: Right Reading.
Internet Websites
TURK001 Turkish Language I 0 0 0 1 This course provides information on the importance and the place of language in nations’ life; language- culture relationship; analysis of other languages as well as the place of Turkish Language; historical development of Turkish Lanugage and the regions of spread. In adiition, the course introduces Turkish from the phonetic perspective and develops skills in writing rules and their applications.
Özkan, Mustafa ve diğerleri. Yüksek Öğretimde Türk Dili Yazılı ve Sözlü Anlatım. (2001) Filiz Kitabevi
Yakıcı, Ali ve diğerleri. Türkçe I Yazılı Anlatım. (2005) Bilge Yayınları
NH001 Turkish History I 0 0 0 1 Revolutionary movements during the history of Tukish Republic and Ataturk’s Principles, as well as Ataturk’s thinking system will be introduced to the students during this course.
Mumcu Ahmet. Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap Tarihi I ve II (1998) Açık Öğretim Fakültesi Yayınları No: 555-567
Atatürk Mustafa Kemal. Nutuk (2011) Alfa Yayınları
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DM102 Organisational Behaviour 3 0 3 3 This course aims to provide knowledge on topics such as: Concepts in organisational behaviour, theories and approaches; factors affecting individual behaviour; group dynamics; variables in organisational behaviour; environmental factors influencing organisational status; analysis of variables in organisational behaviour.
Robbins, Stephen,P. Organizational Behaviour, Eleventh Edition. (2005) Pearson Prentice Hall
Borkowski, Nancy. Organizational Behaviour in Health Care. (2005) Jones and Bartlett Publishers
DM104 Education on Emergency Service Equipment 2 2 3 4 This course is aimed at the provision of information and knowledge on the following: Rescue ropes, lever, types of stretchers, types of splints, carbines, octets, cumarlar , safety belts, individual safety equipment, reels, motorised transport vehicles, field vehicles, power saw, external determinants for ambulance, ambulance chassis, speed and acceleration, warning equipment, stretchers for carrying patients, equipment for artificial respiration, aspiration instruments, oxygen inhalation instruments, cardiac compression equipment, basic materials for patient care, diagnostic instruments, jumping unit, dressing, birth, safety and ???? materials, and air ambulances.
atlama ünitesi, pansuman, doğum, güvenlik ve çıkarma malzemeleri, hava ambulansları
How it Works Emergency Vehicles, Steve Parker (2010), Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd
DM106 Emergency Patient Care I 6 2 7 8 Methods of application of medicines, blood transfusions, oxygen supply, nutritional requirements, excretory system, sllep and rest, wound care, first-aid, pre and post-operative care, and reanimation will be amongst the main topics covered in this course.
The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures - Student Edition by Lisa Dougherty and Sara Lister (2011), Wiley-Blackwell
HS108 Biochemistry 2 0 2 2 In this course, the students will understand the basic mechanisms of the chemical processes taking place in the body; how metabolic process necessary for sustaining life occur; and will learn the methods of material sampling for biochemical analysis and its transport specifications.
Biochemistry, Jeremy M. Berg, John L. Tymoczko and Lubert Stryer (2011), W. H. Freeman
HS104 Self-knowledge and communication methods 2 2 3 3 Thhis course aims to inform the students about the characteristics of human behaviour, development of insight for self- evaluation, basic concepts and principles of communication, as well as helping the students to understand the importance of applying this knowledge in professional and social life.
Mandy Kotzman, Anne Kotzman.Listen to Me, Listen to You: A Step-by-step Guide to Communication Skills Training: A Step-by-step Guide to Communication Skills Training. BPA Print Group, Australia.
DM108 Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies II 2 2 3 3 Open and closed stake knots, Camadan knot, Swiss seat, carabiner and reels, setting up station and descent, descent to wounded, establishing air transport and evacuation, preparation of stretcher, nutritional logistics, establishing a crisis center and exploratory studies, training in search and rescue, night training, sustaining life and navigation.
Alton L. Thygerson, Benjamin Gulli, Jon R. Krohmer, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American College of Emergency Physicians. First aid, CPR, and AED. (2007) Jones & Bartlett Learning
DM110 Physical Education II 1 2 2 2 Basic principles in development of physical skills; movements; planning of training periods and enhancement of sports performance are the main topics covered in these courses.
EGL102 Foreign Language II 3 0 3 3 The aim of this course is to help students learn basic English Language through word, grammer, pronounciation and hearing structures. In addition, the students will be provided with the conducive learning environment and motivation for developing their reading, listening, writing and speaking skills.
Course book: New Headway : Student’s book
Workbook. Reading book: Changing Times, changing Tenses.
Reading book: Right Reading.
Internet Websites
TURK102 Turkish Language II 0 0 0 1 This course provides information on the importance and the place of language in nations’ life; language- culture relationship; analysis of other languages as well as the place of Turkish Language; historical development of Turkish Lanugage and the regions of spread. In adiition, the course introduces Turkish from the phonetic perspective and develops skills in writing rules and their applications.
Özkan, Mustafa ve diğerleri. Yüksek Öğretimde Türk Dili Yazılı ve Sözlü Anlatım. (2001) Filiz Kitabevi
Yakıcı, Ali ve diğerleri. Türkçe I Yazılı Anlatım. (2005) Bilge Yayınları
NH002 Turkish History II 0 0 0 1 Revolutionary movements during the history of Tukish Republic and Ataturk’s Principles, as well as Ataturk’s thinking system will be introduced with the aim of appropriate thinking in relation to the problems of the government of Republic of Turkey.
Mumcu Ahmet. Atatürk İlkeleri ve İnkılap Tarihi I ve II (1998) Açık Öğretim Fakültesi Yayınları No: 555-567
Atatürk Mustafa Kemal. Nutuk (2011) Alfa Yayınları
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DM201 Emergency Patient Care II 6 8 10 10 This course will cover learning of how emergency services function and case discussions.
Alton L. Thygerson, Benjamin Gulli, Jon R. Krohmer, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American College of Emergency Physicians. First aid, CPR, and AED. (2007) Jones & Bartlett Learning
DM203 Physical Education and Body Building I 0 2 1 1 These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain:
Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance.
Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods.
Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process.
Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills.
Self-confidence through developing their physical skills.
Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.
DM205 Disaster and Emergency Management I 2 0 2 3 This course will cover the following topics: Measures of new residential area identification; Evaluation of danger risks in existing residential areas, reduction of risks; disaster preparation education of public institutions; establishment of public institution coordination; emergency intervention plans of hospitals and firefighters; disaster preparation education of local public; volunteer teams for disaster intervention; establishing crisis centers; disaster victims’ search and rescue and logistic support; debris clearance and disposal procedures; prevention of epidemics and public health services; establishing shelter after disasters.
Introduction to International Disaster Management, Damon P. Coppola, 2011, A Butterworth-Heinemann Title
DM207 Education on Rescue Equipment 2 0 2 3 Definition of search and rescue team (SRT); Description of vehicles used by SRT; Leader Vehicle; equipment carrier; Generator; Breaking-Piercing vehicles; Cutting-Separating Vehicles; Hydrolic Separator and support vehicles; Lighting equipment; Airbags; Tripods; domuz dami; Use of sledgehammer, jimmy and hammer are the main topics covered in this course.
DM209 Pathology 2 0 2 2 In aim of this course is to facilitate student understanding of the mechanisms of disease development in the organisms; and pathological processes.
PKT COMP/ PATHOLOGIC BASIS OF DISEA (Robbins Pathology) by Richard Mitchell
DM211 Pharmacology 4 0 4 4 Through this course, the students will learn about administration routes of medicines, their pharmaceutical forms, their pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties ( absorption, distribution, metabolism, mechanisms of action, factors affecting their actions etc.); drug interaction mechanisms; aspects of application of medicines which require attention; Medicines which effect systems; properties of frequently used medicine groups in this profession.
Pharmacology for Health Professionals. W. Renee Acosta, (2012). Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
HS107 Microbiology-Parasitology 3 2 4 5 In this course, the students will learn and understand about factors mediating disase, their characteristics, mechanisms of their mode of action; immune system, immunisation and characteristics of treatment.
Katherine N.Ward, A. Christine McCartney, Bishan Thakker . Notes on Medical Microbiology: Including Virology, Mycology and Parasitology (2008) Churchill Livingstone
Elective 0 0 2 2
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DM202 Knowledge of Diseases and Emergency Patient Care 6 8 10 10 This course will cover the following topics: Concepts of Health and illness; Mechanisms of illness development; symptoms and findings; types of examination; diagnostic procedures; Diseases of respiratory, circulatory, digestive, endocrine, blood, nervous, excretory and reproduction systems; congenital abnormalities; infections; cancer; and psychiatric disorders.
Robbins and Cotran Pathologic Basis of Disease (Robbins Pathology). Vinay Kumar, Abul K. Abbas, Jon C. Aster, Nelson Fausto. Saunders; 8th Revised edition (2009)
DM204 Physical Education and Body Building II 0 2 1 1 These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain:
Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance.
Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods.
Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process.
Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills.
Self-confidence through developing their physical skills.
Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.
DM206 Disaster and Emergency Management II 2 0 2 3 Integrated disaster management system; stages of disaster management; preparation stage and its implementation; intervention stage; improvement stage; damage reduction stage; basic principles of disaster planning; combination of basic functions of disaster management and its coordination; management and control; communication; early warning; informing and evacuation; health services and resource management are the main topics included in this course.
Introduction to International Disaster Management, Damon P. Coppola, 2011, A Butterworth-Heinemann Title
DM208 Spreadable Diseases in Disaster situations 2 0 2 3 This course will cover the following topics: Research on epidemics; case description and identification; definitive epidemiology; hypothesis development and evaluation; laboratory and environmental studies; measures of prevention and control; dissemination of findings and results; measures to be taken for the prevention of the epidemic; resource-based measures; infection route based measures; measures towards healthy individuals; signs of infection; informing about infections and isolation; immunity and immunization; characteristics of diseases spreading through respiration, digestion and skin routes; disinfection and sterilization.
Disaster-prone infectious diseases. medical prevention and treatment manuals(Chinese Edition). Ba bookstore (2008)
DM210 KBN Arms 2 0 2 3 This course will cover the definition of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons, their history and classification, methods of use, their effects on humans; original defense systems and treatment methods; properties of equipment which must be used by the defense personnel and their use; regional isolation and decontamination methods.
CBRN Protection: Managing the Threat of Chemical, Biological, Radioactive and Nuclear Weapons. Andre Richardt, Birgit Hülseweh, Bernd Niemeyer, Frank Sabath. Wiley VCH; 1 edition (2012)
DM212 Foundations of Law 2 0 2 2 The main topics covered in this course will be: Basic legal concepts; history of humanity and formation of the legal system; concept of democracy; democratic society system; Constitution and basic rights and freedoms; citizenship and responsibilities; legal systems related to emergency situations; functional mechanisms of disaster and emergency management and related legal systems; international legal relations.
Phil Harris. Introduction to Law (2007) Cambridge University Press
Lori F. Damrosh, Louis Henkin, Sean Murphy, Hans Smit. International Law: Cases and Materials, 5th edition (2009) West publisher
Elective 0 0 8 8
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DM301 Emergency Aid and Rescue Studies III 4 2 5 7 The following topics constitute the main coverage of this course: Orientation to legal responsibilities; evaluation of the patient; basic support treatment in respiratory system disorders; approach to disorders of the circulatory system; bleeding control; shock; trauma; soft tissue traumas; fracture, dislocation and strain injuries; injuries of the pelvis and lower extremities; head trauma; vertebral injuries; ocular injuries; facial and neck injuries; chest injuries; abdominal injuries and injuries of the genital region; poisoning; animal bites and stings.

Alton L. Thygerson, Benjamin Gulli, Jon R. Krohmer, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American College of Emergency Physicians. First aid, CPR, and AED. (2007) Jones & Bartlett Learning
DM303 Physical Education and Body Building III 0 2 1 1 These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain:
Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance.
Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods.
Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process.
Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills.
Self-confidence through developing their physical skills.
Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.
DM305 Emergency Psychology 2 0 2 2 In this course, the students will gain knowledge and competence in relation to the following topics: Emergency situations, unusual situations, concepts related to disasters, psychology of emergency situations, responses observed during and after unusual situation and approach to these responses; anxiety, stress, ways of overcoming stress, nature of fear and ways of overcoming fear; anger in response to emergency situations and overcoming such anger; psychological responses to post-disaster trauma and ways of overcoming these responses; approach to individuals with body disfiguration; death, loss and responses to these situations, bereavement and overcoming bereavement; Family after experiencing unusual situations and methods of managing the crisis; Psychological effects on special groups, effects on aid workers, followers of victims; psychological effects of mass media on people; effects of earthquakes, effects of war, effects of terror and methods of overcoming these effects.

Trauma Psychology: Issues in Violence, Disaster, Health and Illness (Contemporary Psychology). Elizabeth Carll. Praeger Publishers Inc; 1 edition (2007)
DM307 Disaster and Emergency Legislation 2 0 2 2 In this course, the following topics will be covered: Necessity for and the importance of Civil Defense; the structure of disaster and emergency headquarters, its management legislation; the methods of preparation of emergency action plans and basic principles; implementation of emergency action plans and their update.
DM309 Firefighting and Introduction to Fire Safety 2 0 2 2 This course will provide information about fire safety, protection, taking measures, putting out fires; history of firefighting, applications in firefighting and its organization, industrial firefighting, forest firefighting, marine firefighting, duties of firefighting personnel and their working areas.

Firefighter's Handbook: Essentials of Firefighting: Basics of Firefighting. Delmar, Delmar; 3 edition (2008)
DM311 Knowledge on Firefighting Vehicle Material 3 2 4 4 The students will gain awareness and knowledge on the following topics : Equipment for personnel protection; equipment for putting out fire; rescue equipment; first-aid equipment; intervention vehicles; rescue vehicles; support vehicles; NBC control vehicles; NBC decontamination vehicles; crisis management vehicles.

Visual Dictionary of Firefighting Tools and Resources. Phillip L Queen. Delmar Cengage Learning; 1 edition (2006)
DM313 Public Management 2 0 2 2 This course will inform about public administration system, its historical development and its organisation; main characteristics of its functioning and organisations.

Public Management and Governance. Tony Bovaird, Elke Löffler. Routledge; 2 edition (2009)
DM315 Statistics 2 0 2 2 This course is aimed at providing the students an understanding of the following topics: basic statistical concepts, use of statistics in their prospective professions, ability to evaluate statistics in literature and research.

Allan G. Bluman. Elementary Statistics: A Step by Step Approach, Fifth Edition. (2004) McGraw Hill
DM317 Technical Drawing 2 2 3 4 This course will provide information on: Technical drawing equipment, drawing appartus and their use, basic fundamental drawings and their applications, scaling, design, introduction to geometry, space and planes, appearence, appearence of basic planar objects, appearence of basic volumetric objects, appearence of complex objects, appearence completion, introduction to perspective drawing, methods of taking sections, dimentioning, dimentioning in technical drawing for buildings and its indication; architectural technical drawing.

The Art of Mechanical Drawing: A Practical Course for Drafting and Design (Popular Mechanics). William F. Willard, Popular Mechanics. Hearst Communications; Revised edition (2009)
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DM302 Emergency and Rescue Studies IV 4 2 5 7 The students will be concentrating on the following topics in this course: Cardiac disorders, paralysis, dyspnea, diabetes, acute abdomen, infectious disases, addiction, loss of consciousness, epilepsy, pediatric emergencies, emotional support in emergency situations, birth, burns, heat stroke, hypothermia, water related emergencies, patient transport, triage, release and rescue, defibrillation and advanced life support.

Alton L. Thygerson, Benjamin Gulli, Jon R. Krohmer, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, American College of Emergency Physicians. First aid, CPR, and AED. (2007) Jones & Bartlett Learning
DM304 Physical Education and Body Building IV 0 2 1 1 These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain:
Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance.
Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods.
Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process.
Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills.
Self-confidence through developing their physical skills.
Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.
DM306 Health Management during Disaster 2 0 2 3 Health sevices and development of hospitals; aims, functions, classification of hospitals; evaluation of the hospital and capacity requirements of a society; hospital management; medical services in hospitals; medical personnel in hospitals; administrative-technical and general services; hospital management regulations; related legal resources; hospital standards; public health organisation; emergency intervention organisation in disasters; management of health organisations during rehabilitation periods are the main topics covered in this course.
Peter C. Olden. Management of Healthcare Organizations: An Introduction. (2011) ISBN 13: 978-1-56793-413-7. Gateway to Healthcare Management
DM308 Fire Safety and Chemistry 3 0 3 3 The following topics will be within the remit of this course: Burning, energy, heat, heat transfer, conduction, convection, radiation, heat transfer coefficient, heat sources, fuel types; solid fuels and their properties; liquid fuels and their properties; gaseous fuels and their properties; calorific values of fuels; explosives; toxic matter; fire safety engineering; design philosophies; rules approach; behaviour types of natural fires; calculation approach; properties of materials under high heat; design of concrete materials; design of steel materials; composite structure; design of wooden materials; brick wall, aluminium and plastic parts; scaffolding; structural measures; risk evaluation; workplace organisation, electrical and mechanical installations; production period; chemical dangers; processes involving fire and heat; energy systems; storage; fire safety management; planning of emergency; planing of education and training.

Introduction to Fire Safety Management: The handbook for students on NEBOSH and other fire safety courses. Andrew Furness CFIOSH GIFireE Dip2OSH MIIRSM MRSH, Martin Muckett MA MBA CMIOSH MIFireE Dip2OSH. A Butterworth-Heinemann Title (2008)
DM310 Methods of Firefighting 2 0 2 2 This course will cover transfer of information on headquarters studies; planning of arrival at residential unit and risk identification; equipment and vehicles; preparation of materials and equipment; evaluation of reports; team formation and duty descriptions; force transfer and transport; field studies; research; location of fire centre; risk evaluation; environmental safety; preparation for intervention; strategy; placement of security teams and their organisation; techniques of intervention; entrance to the building; rescue; taking the situation under control; fire extinguishing; cooling; water supply; training.

A Common Sense Approach to Rapid Intervention Response: *Meets the intent of 2010 edition NFPA 1407 Standard For Training Fire Service RIC's. Marty Reynolds. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2011)
DM312 Basic Knowledge of Structure and Buildings 2 0 2 2 This course will involve knowledge acquisition of students on the topics of: Building elements, building groups, building structures, industrial buildings, military buildings, water structures, buildings for transport, structures according to carriage systems; masonry system; carcass system; steel contruction; prefabricated sturctures; composite structures; structures according to material types; building materials; fire durability properties of building materials.

Basics Architecture 02: Construction & Materiality. Lorraine Farrelly. AVA Publishing (2008)
DM314 Professional Ethics 2 0 2 2 Through this course, the students will gain an understanding about basic concepts of ethics and gain skills for evaluation of the situations faced from an ethical perspective.
John R. Rowan and Jr. Samuel Zinaich. Ethics for the Professions. (2002) Wadsworth Publishing
DM316 Research Methods 2 0 2 2 Thhis course will inform the students on the concepts related to the stages of scientific research process. The students will also recognize the principles and methods, will be able to formulate the basic stages of a research project and will gain skills in reading and understanding the literature related to their field of study.
Larry B. Christensen, R. Burke Johnson and Lisa A. Turner. Research Methods, Design, and Analysis, 11th Edition (2010) Allyn and Bacon
Elective 0 0 8 8
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DM401 Emergency and Rescue Studies IV 2 8 6 5 Main topics covered in this course : Organisation of volunteer first intervention teams, meeting regulations and volunteer acceptance; environmental exploration studies; formation of databases; selection of the first intervention team; training of the team leader; training of the team members; principles of cooperation with other volunteer teams; establishment of regional crisis centre; administration of the crisis centre; guidance to foreign teams; pratice training.
Health Care Emergency Management: Principles and Practice. Michael J. Reilly, David S. Markenson. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc; 1 edition (2010)
DM403 Physical Education and Body Building V 0 2 1 1 These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain:
Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance.
Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods.
Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process.
Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills.
Self-confidence through developing their physical skills.
Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.
DM405 Disaster and Emergency Management III 2 0 2 3 This course will involve instruction on the following topics: Models of disaster management in the world nations; disaster amangement legislation; organisational structure of disaster management; rural organisation; roles, duties and responsibilities of the personnel; duties and contributions of institutions and organisations.
Disaster Management. R Arora, P Arora. Cabi Publishing (2013)
DM407 Emergency Aid Organisation and Rehabilitation Studies 2 0 2 3 The main topics included in this course are: Etablishment of emergency aid organisation; facilitation of emergency aid organisation; necessary arrangements for emergency aid planning; emergency aid requirements and stocking; crisis centre management; establishment of ambulance and injured persons transfer centre; storage and distribution of received aid and donations; establihment of rescue team operation centre; establishment and organisation of camps and shelters; supply of food and clean water; hygiene studies in the disaster area; organisation of volunteer institutions;psychological support studies for children and others who lost their relatives; general evaluation and leaving the region.
Principles of Emergency Planning and Management. David E. Alexander. Terra Publishing (2002)
DM409 Environmental Health and Biosafety 2 0 2 2 Topics of this course include ecology, population, community, ecosystems, structure of the earth and the atmosphere, air and water currents; air, soil and water pollution; and the effects of environmental pollution on humans and ecology as well as The Kyoto protocol and its contents, definition of biosafety and related laws.

Essentials of Environmental Health. Friis. Jones & Bartlett; 2 edition (2011)
DM411 Buildings safety and Project Knowledge 2 0 2 2 This course will provide information on the following topics: Principles of earthquake durability of buildings; measures to be taken against earthquakes; building types according to fire; design of fire safety; location of buildings and access routes; stability of load bearing systems and divisions, faces, roofs, escape routes, critical divisions of the buildings, clearence of smoke, fire report and intervention systems.
Introduction to Health and Safety in Construction: The handbook for construction professionals and students on NEBOSH and other construction courses. Phil Hughes MBE MSc FIOSH RSP, Ed Ferrett PhD BSc (Hons Eng) CEng MIMechE MIEE MIOSH. A Butterworth-Heinemann Title; 4 edition (2011)
DM413 Knowledge of Electrical Installations 2 0 2 2 Definition of electricity; types of electrical energy; dangers of electricity; materials used in voltage installations; high voltage; ampere meter; ohm meter; voltmeter; forces acting upon wires carrying currents; electrical resistance; Ohm’s Law; alteration of resistance with heat; electrical accidents; electrical fires; analysis of criminate electrical installations; easing of electrical installation projects and problem solving.
Requirements for Electrical Installations: BS 7671:2008 Incorporating Amendment No 1: 2011: IET Wiring Regulations. Institution of Engineering and Technology; 17th edition (2011)
DM415 Logistics Management 2 0 2 2 Importance of logistics managment and its historical development; modern logistics management applications; components of logistics management; distribution function, strategic planning in logistics management and strategies of logistics managment, as well as case studies will be covered in this course.
Logistics Management by S C Ailawadi and R.P. Singh (2012) Prentice-Hall of India Pvt.Ltd
DM417 Public Education 2 2 3 3 The course will cover the main topics of : Adult psychology; adult education theories; andrological approaches; programme planning in adult education; public education and its organisation; mass communication methods and adult education; city problems and adult education; life-long learning; public education on disasters; techniques of groupwork in adult education; think- tank; dramatisation, demonstrations, lecturing, six hats thinking technique; animation, panel, question and answer method and group work example.
Karen Glanz, Barbara K. Rimer, Kasisomayajula Viswanath. Health behavior and health education: theory, research, and practice, (2008) John Wiley & Sons
Donna R. Falvo. Patient Education: A Guide to Increased Adherence. (2010) Jones & Bartlett Learning
DM419 Graduation Project 0 2 1 3
Elective 0 0 4 4
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DM402 Emergency and Rescue Studies VI 0 8 4 6 Formation of a crisis meeting; management in crisis meeting; decision making; procedures of application of the decision; follow-up of the application; communication and audit; coordination of public relations; guidance of the intervention teams; organisation of external resources; classification of the donations and their delivery to the needy; process of debris removal; organisation of the transfer of injured to health organisations; and rehabilitation studies will be covered in this course.
Disaster Management. Kapoor Mukesh. Saurabh Publishing House (2011)
DM404 Physical Education and Body Building VI 0 2 1 1 These series of courses aim to develop student physical skills and the skills required for accurate lifting and carrying through gaining adequate strength, endurance and flexibility. At the end of these courses, the students will gain:
Insight related to the professional importance of exercise and body development and its sustenance.
Practical skills and experience in developing physical skills through the usage of various techniques and thus can carry more effectively and easily with better methods.
Learning experience on how to overcome the probable forces they encounter after they complete their physical development and what to do during the carrying process.
Experience in how to use their bodies accurately through effective study skills.
Self-confidence through developing their physical skills.
Understanding with respect to the importance of the sustenance of this development.
DM406 Disaster and Emergency Management IV 2 0 2 3 This course is aimed at informing the students on the following topics: Health organisations; non-governmental organisations; local administration and preparation of private organisations for disaster; analysis of problems related to management organisations and proposals for solutions; Integration of economic, financial, global framework, risk and crisis management processes during disasters.
Principles of Emergency Planning and Management. David E. Alexander. Terra Publishing (2002)
DM408 Methods of Disaster Protection and Prevention and Movement Approaches 2 0 2 2 Introduction to studies directed at minimizing damage; the role of emergency manager in studies related to minimising damage; preparation of action forms for minimising damage; development of public prepared for disasters; identification of the opportunities, threats, resources for minimising damage; identification of damage minimising methods; preparation of damage minimising plan and facilitation of its sustainability; allocation of responsibilities in studies of minimising damage; example application of damage minimising studies after disasters are amongst the main topics to be covered in this course.
Disaster Preparedness. Steven Johnson (2012)
DM410 Risk and Crisis Management 2 0 2 2 This course will involve coverage of the following topics: Concept of risk and its importance in risk management; risk, theory of uncertainty and predictions; prediction methods; crisis management; crisis process; crisis indicators and perception; proactive approach, reactive approach; awareness and blindness in crisis; preparedness to crisis and protection; taking crisis under control and related strategies; return to normal, learning and evaluation
Crisis Management: Master the Skills to Prevent Disasters (Harvard Business Essentials). Harvard Business Essentials. Harvard Business School Press (2004)
DM412 Knowledge of Electrical-Electronic Communication 2 0 2 2 The main topics to be covered in this course include: The elements of communication systems; the relationship with bandwidth; energy and force spectral concentration; phase and amplitude disruptions in linear systems; linear modulation techniques; amplitude modulation; double side band modulation; single and surplus side band modulation, angle modulation techniques; phase and frequency modulation; production of FM signs, their modulation and demodulation; stereo FM; frequency division multiplexing; superheterodin receivers; organisation of communication during disasters.

Electronic Communications: A System Approach. Jeff Beasley, Gary Miller, Jonathan Hymer. Prentice Hall; 1 edition (2013)
Elective 0 0 14 14
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