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People in Disasters: Special Issue of the Australasian Journal of Disasters and Trauma Studies

Source(s):  Massey University

This Special Issue of the Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies is based on a selection of presentations from the People in Disasters Conference. The conference themes included response, recovery, and resilience with new insight provided on the value of community and cultural groups as first responders. This issue includes papers on the following topics:

  • Caring for companion animals;
  • Compassion fatigue of nurses; 
  • Promoting Māori psychosocial recovery;
  • Family violence;
  • Managing diabetes post-disaster;
  • Comparing community recovery projects in Aotearoa/New Zealand and Japan;
  • Wellbeing of older people;
  • Posttraumatic growth.

The People in Disasters special issue is published by the Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies under Creative Commons 3.0.



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  • People in Disasters: Special Issue of the Australasian Journal of Disasters and Trauma Studies
  • Publication date 2016
  • Number of pages 134 p.

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