1 Florence Nightingale was referring “sound information” in regards to the collective information based on observed data, that is to take care of the injured passengers, calming them and generate hope about how to get through this situation and to use best possible measures in saving injured passenger’s life ( Statistics research ,pp.1).
Miscellaneous information referred to negative post traumatic reactions such as how it happened, why to us, how we came up from this situation and what happened next? And To get worried about the situation and feeling situational anxiety.
2 Observation which students demanded to pursue health action for plane survivors are : to give them care and psychological safety by motivating survivors, calm them, promoting a sense of self and collective efficacy, promoting connectedness with others on the island and generating hope regarding their rescue, to return their home and promise them that everything will be okay. Based on observation, Intervention strategies should be promoted by nursing students to serve people and to cope up them from their fear and trauma stress. On a public health level, safety measures should be established, in which people moved to safer place and told them that they are safe here (Essential elements of mass trauma intervention, pp. 286).
3 These observations are important, as they assist in making intervention strategies which help in solving psychological problems linked to disaster affected population because these people are prone to high risk of mental health problems including separation anxiety, depression, phobias and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). People began to give negative post traumatic reactions like fear and finally they lost their hope because of their fear, of being separated from loved ones and families. Intervention strategies should be encouraged, psychological sense of safety at individual, groups, organizational and community level. By the principle of re-establishing protective shield, confidence can be furbished up in disaster facing population (Hobfoll et al., pp. 287).
4 Power of observation in clinical scenario is that, disaster affected people suffered from mental health problems such as situational anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, incident specific fears and sleeping disorders, however, as they feel sense of safety, these negative post trauma reactions will gradually reduce over time. But they come back, if that person stepped into the same situation. People are bound to the belief that “the world is completely dangerous” and this believe . This completely worsen the situation and person should avoid watching media because media throw a powerful impact on people and their marketed strategy work on the same principle, so that their news will be seen by viewers that contain graphic films and video related to the disaster (Essential elements of mass trauma disasters, pp. 1).
Intervention PIOC question
In disaster affected population with post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), what are the impacts of intervention strategies that promote sense of psychological safety on people facing PTSD as compared to ordinary population?