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All User Comments for: Inclusive Just-in-Time Training for Mass Prophylaxis/POD Operations

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Title Submitted By Comments Rating
Multnomah APC JITT tools Martha Salyers

Agree with below comment that before this project, if you've seen one JITT method, you've seen one JITT method, and the next place you go you'll see a different one.  In addition, it has been difficult to find a clear definition of JITT and a rigorous examination of the merits of different JITT approaches.

Multnomah's APC has done it.  This is a unified, complete package of rationale and methods that's user-friendly, customizable, and incorporates all the principles of adult learning. 

Highly recommended.

5 stars
5 Maria Maribona

Inclusive just-in-time training (I-JITT) requires doing, knowing and feeling components that are adapted for the trainer as well as the trainee.  While, these concepts of adult learning are not new, the melding of cognitive learning methodologies and cultural context with new useful tools (Briefing Checklist, Field Training Guide for Team Leaders and GoGuides for each responder) makes POD JITT a breeze. 

We use I-JITT to train staff and Medical Reserve Corps Volunteers by rotating them through interactive demonstrations at each mass prophylaxis points of dispensing station. The beauty of I-JITT is that it provides a scalable adult learning structure.  The basic tools: General Briefing checklist, Team Leader Field Guide and responder GoGuides are easily adaptable for POD Training for any sized event.  The responder GoGuides come in a portable pocket/lanyard size and include job action sheets and emergency contact information.   The evaluation form provides a method to insure useful improvement planning.  Our region is adding the I-JITT tools to each POD Go Kit and looks forward using I-JITT in our next response.

Maria Maribona, Mass Dispensing/CRI Coordinator, Region IV Public Health, SW Washington State

 

4.5 stars
Great Tool that fills a huge gap Adrienne Donner As the CRI Coordinator for a 7 county region that spans two states, I have noticed a huge variation in how JITT is conducted.  I have seen everything from the good, the bad and the just plain UGLY.  Ugly usually coming from not enough guidance given to the team leads who have to do a huge portion of the training.This tool helps to streamline the training, give inexperienced trainers the JIT tools for training and has good ongoing (throughout the response) tools for the stressed out POD staff who simply need to have easy reminders of what they are doing and how to get help/answers.

My region is looking at adapting/adopting these tools to provide consistency across the region since there is a good potential that we will be sharing volunteers since most of our residents work/live in different counties.

4.5 stars

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