World Health Organization. (n.d.). About WHO. World Health Organization. This website will give you an example of a fictional organization you can work for. The World Health Organization has a primary role in directing and coordinating international health for the United Nations. They work with governments and other partners to assist with international health.
Bobko, J. P., Sinha, M., Chen, D., Patterson, S., Baldridge, T., Eby, M., Harris, W., Starling, R., & Lichtman, O. (2018). A tactical medicine after-action report of the San Bernardino terrorist incident. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine: Integrating Emergency Care with Population Health, 19(2), 287–293. This article gives an effective example of what an AAR looks like. It also shows the specifics and details needed to publish a successful AAR. In addition, it includes cultural awareness and evidence-based strategies. This information can assist you in formatting your assignment.
Fegert, J. M., Vitiello, B., Plener, P. L., & Clemens, V. (2020). Challenges and burden of the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic for child and adolescent mental health: a narrative review to highlight clinical and research needs in the acute phase and the long return to normality. Child & Adolescent Psychiatry & Mental Health, 14(1), 1–11. This source will give you an idea of the types of objectives, in other words obstacles, that arose from COVID-19. Within this paper are some examples you can use as objectives for this exercise.
Stoto, M. A., Nelson, C., Piltch-Loeb, R., Mayigane, L. N., Copper, F., & Chungong, S. (2019). Getting the most from after action reviews to improve global health security. Globalization and Health, 15(1), 1–10. This resource examines how effective AARs are as a tool for improvement. It is a review of the literature that leads to the conclusion that AARs can be effective if they are used with similar situations, are within appropriate time frames, and include cultural sensitivity.
Belot, M., Choi, S., Tripodi, E., Broek-Altenburg, E. van den,Jamison, J. C., & Papageorge, N. W. (2021). Unequal consequences of Covid 19: Representative evidence from six countries. Review of Economics of the Household, 1-15. This research was done to assess the types of consequences that emerged due to COVID-19. This research occurs across six different countries. This is an example of the type of scholarly resources you can use for this assignment. You do not have to span multiple countries, but you can.
Biddinger, P. D., Savoia, E., & Agboola, F. (2012). Use of after-action reports (AARs) to promote organizational and systems learning in emergency preparedness. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 9(8), 2949–2963. Read the Introduction, Study Aims, Discussion, and Conclusion.
This article gives research supporting the importance of analyzing real-life incidents to identify weaknesses and strengths of the way the event was handled. This information helps groups such as the Department of Homeland security, FEMA, and other organizations in future traumatic events.