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Author(s):
Petkova, Elisaveta P.; Martinez, Stephanie; Schlegelmilch, Jeffrey; Redlener, Irwin E.
Date:
2016
Subject:
Schools--Safety measures, Terrorists--Psychology, Terrorism, Public health, Social psychology
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Articles
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Author(s):
Kanter, Robert K.; Abramson, David M.; Redlener, Irwin E.; Gracy, Delaney
Date:
2015
Subject:
Public health, Mental health, Disaster relief, Health services administration, Medical care
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Articles
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Author(s):
Petkova, Elisaveta P.; Ebi, Kristie L.; Culp, Derrin; Redlener, Irwin E.
Date:
2015
Subject:
Public health, Public health--Environmental aspects, Climatic changes, Climatic changes--Health aspects
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Articles
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Author(s):
Redlener, Irwin E.; Reilly, Michael J.
Date:
2012
Subject:
Public health, Hurricane Sandy (2012), Natural disasters--Health aspects, Natural disasters--Planning
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Articles
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Author(s):
Abramson, David M.; Morse, Stephen S.; Garrett, Andrew L.; Redlener, Irwin E.
Date:
2007
Subject:
Public health, Disaster medicine, Emergency management--Research, Disaster relief--Research
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Articles
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Author(s):
Petkova, Elisaveta P.; Schlegelmilch, Jeffrey; Sury, Jonathan; Chandler, Thomas E.; Duran Herrera, Cynthia; Bhaskar, Shwetha; Sehnert, Erin M.; Martinez, Stephanie; Marx, Sabine M.; Redlener, Irwin E.
Date:
2016
Subject:
Children, Public opinion, Natural disasters--Management, Terrorism, Emergency management, Public health, Social psychology
Content Type:
Reports
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Author(s):
Redlener, Irwin E.; Schang, Gabrielle
Date:
2006
Subject:
Public health, Disaster victims--Services for, Disaster relief, Hurricane Katrina (2005), Hurricane Rita (2005)
Content Type:
Reports
Publisher:
The Children's Health Fund
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Author(s):
Redlener, Irwin E.; Culp, Derrin
Date:
2010
Subject:
Public health, Public health--Environmental aspects, Climatic changes, Climate change mitigation, Climatic changes--Health aspects
Content Type:
Reports
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