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Intro. to Disaster Management - Course Material (Eng.)

This course provides an overview that addresses many facets of emergency/disaster management.

Enhancing Resilience and Capacity for Health (EnRiCH)

Enhancing Resilience and Capacity for Health (EnRiCH)( by Tracey O'Sullivan (Public Health Agency, Canada), Patti Gorr and Christine Fahim 2.4 Mb

Landfill: A risk hazard in Cumberland House Reserve and Village of Cumberland House

T02-19 Landfill: A risk hazard in Cumberland House Reserve and Village of Cumberland House; Jay Sagin, Raymond Dussion, Rebecca Zagozewski and Lalita Bharadwaj,

Community-based emergency care: A novel approach for the development and delivery of first response medical services in remote First Nations communities;

T02-11 Community-based emergency care: A novel approach for the development and delivery of first response medical services in remote First Nations communities; Aaron Orkin,

Movers and Shakers: Women’s stories from the Christchurch earthquakes

This is the final report of a research study undertaken by the National Council of Women (Christchurch Branch) between 2011 and 2014 with women living in Christchurch through the earthquakes. It tells their stories of the earthquakes and the aftermath, including community action, health, housing, insurance woes, families, children and many other themes.

 

 

Resilient Communities: Empowering Older Adults in Disasters and Daily Life

Efforts to increase individual preparedness among older people through the creation of “go-bags” and the stockpiling of supplies have been repeatedly undertaken but have not improved overall outcomes for older people following subsequent disasters in New York City. With
extreme weather projected to increase, a new strategy is required to keep older adults, who are often among the city’s most long-term, civically engaged residents, safe.

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