Health Canada has released numerous reports on topics related to Climate Change and Health, including water safety and a Heat Alert Guidebook. For a compendium, check this web site.
This link is a repository of all studies & reports published by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. AHRQ has developed hundreds of emergency preparedness-related studies, workshops, and conferences to help hospitals and health care systems prepare for public health emergencies.
In-depth report includes detailed analysis of persistent market, its inhibitors, drivers, and opportunities, combined with penetrating technical examination of both flight platforms and payloads. These reports cover a wide spectrum of upcoming military and private industry business opportunities.
The American Red Cross has created this Disaster and Safety Library to assist you in preparing your home, school and workplace in the event of a disaster or emergency. Here you will find fact sheets, preparedness checklists, recovery guides and other helpful information to keep you informed and safe.
(July 22) Being prepared is critical to saving your pets when disaster strikes. Plan for evacuations. The best way to protect your pet in an emergency is to bring it with you, so include your pet in your family emergency plan exercises. Most evacuation shelters will only accept service animals, so make a list of where your pet can be taken in case you need to evacuate.
Simple activities and games designed to increase student knowledge about earthquake science and preparedness.
28 January 28, 2020 (Arizona) – Most police agencies in North America have acknowledged a deficiency in female and minority recruits. A new report from Trident University, entitled Signaling Diversity: A Study of Recruitment Strategies for Female and Minority Police Candidates, helps police services develop strategies to attract diverse and minority candidates to their respective organizations.
The World Health Organization has retained the use of a six-phased approach for easy incorporation of new recommendations and approaches into existing national preparedness and response plans.
With climate change, and environmental change more generally, disrupting ecologies, and people interacting with wildlife in new ways, it creates the conditions for new diseases to emerge: a better understanding of the health dimensions of environmental change will be critical to managing pandemic risks in future.