Suggested Further Readings
Theme 1: Roles and Responsibilities for Shelter Operations
Shelter from the storm: Companion animal emergency planning in nine states. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 40(4), 185-210.
Planning for pet evacuations during disasters. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 5(1), 1-18.
Pets and evacuation: An ongoing challenge in disasters. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 13(4).
Scared of the shelter from the storm: Fear of crime and hurricane shelter decision making. Sociological Inquiry, 88(2), 193-215.
PET PODs: A tool to assist with good welfare provisions during emergent conditions. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 23(3), 253-264.
The Loma Prieta, California, Earthquake of October 17, 1989—Recovery, mitigation, and reconstruction. U.S. Geological Survey.
The federal response to Hurricane Katrina lessons learned. Washington, DC: The White House.
Companion animals in natural disasters: A scoping review of scholarly sources. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 20(4), 324-343.
Shelter operations: Pet-friendly shelters. Lessons Learned Information Sharing.
Emergency animal sheltering: Scheduling daily lights-off time periods. Lessons Learned Information Sharing.
Theme 2: Leveraging Community Groups for Coordination of Mass Care
Source materials for the Healthy Communities Toolkit: A resource guide for community and faith-based organizations. Rand Health Quarterly, 1(2).
Facilitating partnerships with community-and faith-based organizations for disaster preparedness and response: Results of a national survey of public health departments. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 12(1), 57-66.
Maximizing participation of Hispanic community-based/non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in emergency preparedness. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 24(4), 289-317.
Crisis and emergency risk communication in a pandemic: A model for building capacity and resilience of minority communities. Health Promotion Practice, 9(4_suppl), 18S-25S.
Reliability and validity of the Assessment for Disaster Engagement with Partners Tool (ADEPT) for local health departments. Public Health Reports, 129(6_suppl4), 77-86.
Heralding unheard voices: The role of faith-based organizations and nongovernmental organizations during disasters. Arlington, VA: Homeland Security Institute.
Perspectives of community-and faith-based organizations about partnering with local health departments for disasters. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 9(7), 2293-2311.
Public health systems: A social networks perspective. Health Services Research, 44(5p2), 1842-1862.
Theme 3: Mass Care Delivery and Capability Assessments
Delivery of mental health care in a large disaster shelter. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 9(4) 423-429.
Children and disasters: A framework for mental health assessment. Journal of Emergency Management, 10(5), 349-358.
Assessing children’s disaster reactions and mental health needs: Screening and clinical evaluation. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 58(3), 135-142.
Disaster-related surveillance among US Virgin Islands (USVI) shelters during the Hurricanes Irma and Maria response. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 13(1), 38-43.
Snapshot from Superstorm Sandy: American Red Cross mental health risk surveillance in lower New York state. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 64(1), 59-65.
Psychiatric diagnoses and medications for Hurricane Harvey sheltered evacuees. Community Mental Health Journal, 7, 1099-1102.
Quality of healthcare services provided in disaster shelters: An integrative literature review. International Emergency Nursing, 23(3), 225-231.
Theme 4: Mass Sheltering for At-Risk Populations
Disaster preparedness in families with children with special health care needs. Clinical Pediatrics, 55(11), 1036-1043.
An exploration of inclusivity for persons with disabilities in disaster risk management planning at the national and local government levels in Jamaica. Disability Studies Quarterly, 38(4).
The effect of mass evacuation on infant feeding: The case of the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 22(12), 1826-1833.
Maternal perceptions of infant feeding and health in the context of the 2015 Nepal earthquake. Journal of Human Lactation, 34(2), 242-252.
Mental health consequences of disasters. Annual Review of Public Health, 35, 169-183.
The disaster information needs of families of children with special healthcare needs: A scoping review. Health Security, 16(3), 178-192.
Disability and disaster: Explorations and exchanges. New York, NY: Springer.
Canada's 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire evacuation: Experiences of the Muslim community. International Journal of Emergency Management, 15(2), 125-146.
Exploring the support role of special education teachers after Hurricane Ike: Children with significant disabilities. Journal of Family Issues, 32(10), 1325-1345.
Rates and risk of postpartum depression—A meta-analysis. International Review of Psychiatry, 8(1), 37-54.
Behind the backlash: Muslim Americans after 9/11. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
When hate is a crime: Temporal and geographic patterns of anti-Islamic hate crime after 9/11. In D. W. Harper and K. Frailing (Eds.), Crime and criminal justice in disaster, (3rd ed., pp. 247-270). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.
Children with disabilities in the context of disaster: A social vulnerability perspective. Child Development 81(4) 1260-1270.
Addressing the needs of children with disabilities experiencing disaster or terrorism. Current Psychiatry Reports, 19(4), 24.
People with disabilities and disasters. In Rodríguez H., Donner W., Trainor J. (Eds.) Handbook of Disaster Research (pp. 225-242). Cham: Springer.
Barriers to the long‐term recovery of individuals with disabilities following a disaster. Disasters, 40(3), 387-410.