|Disasters Preparedness and Mitigation - Issue No. 48 - October, 1991 (PAHO)|
The articles listed in this section are of interest to health professionals and others responsible for various aspects of disaster relief and preparedness programs. They have been reproduced and recently added to the collection of articles available from the Editor of this Newsletter A complete list of reprints is available upon request. Please quote the reference code listed to the left of the publication title when requesting articles.
F.5 Babies of the earthquake: Follow-up study of their first IS months. Manuel Lopez, M.D. and Norma Leon, Ph.D. Hillside Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 11 (2), Fall/Winter 1989.
F.8 Bereavement in disaster: An overview of the research. Robert Kohn and Itzhak Levav. International Journal of Mental Health, Vol. 19(2):61-76, 1990.
F.17 Lessons from the aftermath of flight 232. Gerard A. Jacobs, et al. American Psychologist, Vol. 45(12):1329-1335, 1990.
G.11 Psychiatric disorders among poor victims following a major disaster: Amero, Colombia. Bruno Lima, M.D., et al. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 179(7):420-427, 1991.
G.5 The international decade for natural disaster reduction: Background and objectives. Michel F. Lechat. Disasters, Vol. 14(1): 1 -6.
G.17 Catastrophes, computing and containment: Living with our restless habitat. J.R. Wallis. Speculation in Science and Technology, Vol. 11 (4):295-315.
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