Annual Review of Nursing Research, Volume 30, 2012: Disasters and Humanitarian Assistance, Volume 30; Volume 2012
Mary Pat Couig, Patricia Watts Kelley, Christine E. Kasper
Springer Publishing Company, Oct 20, 2012 - Medical - 280 pages
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Chapter 1 Conducting Research During Disasters
Chapter 2 Nursing Leadership in Disaster Preparedness and Response
Chapter 3 Conducting Ethically Sound Disaster Nursing Research
Chapter 4 Legal Issues in Emergency Response
Chapter 5 Psychological Impact of Disasters on Communities
Chapter 6 Reconsidering Special Needs Populations During a Disaster
Chapter 7 The Role of Technology and Informatics in Disaster Planning and Response
Chapter 8 Update on Competencies and Education
Chapter 9 Willingness Ability and Intentions of Health Care Workers to Respond