Search Results for "Vulnerable Populations"
Preparing Vulnerable Populations for Emergencies
November 23, 2015, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., EST
vulnerable immigrant populations. Topics include language barriers, cultural isolation, immigration status, and national identity.
great proponent of attempting to understand and address the ways in which vulnerable populations
mitigating the impacts of disasters on vulnerable and underserved populations in the United States
vulnerable populations in disaster hazard mitigation,” his wife Norma Doneghy Anderson wrote. “It is
change on extreme weather, climate impacts on vulnerable populations, discussions with national
, evacuation planning, Hurricane Irma response, and assessing the unmet needs of vulnerable populations
-related events, and identifying public health preparedness issues to meet the needs of vulnerable populations.
technology in emergency management, vulnerable populations and their experience with Hurricane Irene, and threats to the power grid.
physical needs of aging populations in disasters. Topics include long-term health consequences
Earthquake Forcast and Warning Systems
Destruction from 7.1 Earthquake
Los Angeles Times, September 19.
vulnerable populations’ communication needs, and the importance of public communication to the plan
learn about the unique aspects of planning for vulnerable populations and get tips from disaster
Calls for Papers, Abstracts, Proposals, and More
, February 3-5. Conference topics will include modeling, legal issues, vulnerable populations, and human
usually occupied by the most socially vulnerable populations. Thus while exposure is increasing for
Changing climate and growing infrastructure demands have led to already socially vulnerable
populations experiencing a more threatening hazardscape. While climate change is not the singular
creates questions about who in addition to the previously vulnerable are at risk to disaster and
areas have recovered to 90 percent of their pre-storm populations, only about 37 percent of
from sessions in the following six tracks: carless and vulnerable populations, evacuation modeling
health emergencies using limited resources. Topics include radiation response, volunteer management, communications, vulnerable populations, and public health law.
, and immigrant populations, regional modeling, communicating risk, the federal role in evacuation