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Research Article

Rescue and Emergency Management of a Man-Made Disaster: Lesson Learnt from a Collapse Factory Building, Bangladesh

Table 1

Checklist for IDIs and FGD.

Qualitative method used and group of the participants with age range Area of discussionPrompt used

(1) FGD ( aged 21–25 years), 7 persons
Medical students
(2) IDI (25 yrs–45 yrs )
Medical doctor, volunteer, general people
Extent of damage(i) What happened?
(ii) How did it happen?
(iii) What was level of damage?
Initiation of rescue and emergency management(i) How were rescue and emergency management initiated?
(ii) Who were involved?
Engagement of media(i) How did media act?
(ii) What was the impact of media on people?
Referral of the injured patients(i) What was the process to referral system?
(ii) How were the patients transferred?
(iii) Who were involved in the process?
(iv) What was the role of different people involved in the process?
Disaster response of the hospital administrators(i) What was the preparedness at the hospital?
(ii) How were hospital administrators acting?
Challenges during emergency management(i) What were the challenges faced during rescue and emergency medical management?
Strength and achievement of emergency management(i) What were the strengths?
(ii) What were the achievements noted?
(iii) Is there any success stories?

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