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- PublicationOpen Accessİstanbul ili kamu, özel ve üniversite hastaneleri çalışanlarına verilen Hastane Afet ve Acil Durum Planları (HAP) uygulayıcı eğitimlerinin değerlendirilmesiCANASLAN, Hilal; TAŞLIDERE, BahadırThe purpose of this study is to research the effect of Istanbul based "Hospital Disaster and Emergency Plans (HAP) Practitioner Trainings" on the level of knowledge of public, private and university hospital employees about hospital disaster and emergency plans.The study group consist of public, private and university hospital employees who work in Istanbul and attended Hospital Disaster and Emergency Plans Practitioner Trainings held by National Medical Rescue Teams Unit, Directorate of Emergency Health Services of Istanbul City Healthcare Administration, Disaster Healthcare Servicebetween January 2017 and June 2019. Private and university hospital employees who attended the Hospital Disaster and Emergency Plans Practitioner Training, completed the pre-test and post-test evaluations applied before and after the training, participated in the training in 49 separate sessions, were retrospectively examined. As a result of the study, while the median of pretest scores for women and men was 70 (28 - 88) - 70 (3-88), respectively, when the posttest scores were examined after the training was given, it was observed that while women increased the average to 80 points, men fell behind. The median pretest score median of 70 (13-88), single person's pretest median score 68 (3-85) , after the training; it was determined as 78 (75-98) in single people and 80 (70-100) in married people. The average age of the 1066 participants included in the study was 38.81 ± 8.26 years, it was seen that the ratio of men and women was equal, and 71,8% of them were married. Looking at the type of institution, they work in; the proportions of those working in public and private institutions were close to each other and were 44 – 45% respectively. In addition, university employees constituted 9,2% (N: 98) of all participants. 656 (61,7%) of the participants in the study were not commission members. When looking at the questions among the professions, there was no significant difference in the average of the scores. There is a significant difference in the level of knowledge of women participants compared to men. In terms of marital status, the increase in the knowledge level of married people compared to single participants is statistically significant. There is a significant difference in the level of knowledge of private and university hospital participants compared to public participants. There is a significant difference in knowledge level among those who are members of the commission compared to those who are not. It is important that the personnel responsible for the preparation of the hospital disaster and emergency plan receive HAP Practitioner Training, and all hospital personnel receive awareness and in-service training on HAP and disaster.