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The economic case for a national flood standard

Building Resilient Communities A resilient community can use available resources to respond to, withstand, and recover from adverse situations. A fast and flexible civic response to COVID-19 has demonstrated the … Continue reading

21/09/2020 · Leave a comment

Whether it’s hurricanes or COVID-19, disasters are driving a mental health crisis

Hurricane Laura poses biggest storm threat to U.S. oil output in 15 years The U.S. energy industry on Tuesday was preparing for a major hurricane strike, cutting crude production at … Continue reading

30/08/2020 · Leave a comment

Agencies Should Turn to AI Before Disaster Strikes: Report

Report: Agencies Should Turn to AI Before Disaster Strikes NASA-funded researchers applied artificial intelligence to Facebook user location data captured as two fires wrecked northern California in 2018 and gained … Continue reading

22/07/2020 · Leave a comment

Resilience the Most Significant Lesson From Pandemic

  Monocultural Resilience At the end of the ongoing global melodrama’s first quarter, it seems reasonable to predict that this will be a two-act play with the final curtain coming … Continue reading

11/06/2020 · Leave a comment

The Biggest Psychological Experiment in History Is Running Now

The Authentic Leader’s Role In Organizational Resilience And Citizenship Like most leadership coaches, I begin each client session with a check-in, inquiring how things have been since our last meeting. … Continue reading

10/06/2020 · Leave a comment

Building a Resilient Family: Why Resilience is More Important than Ever

  U.S. lawmaker wants insurers, govt. to share future pandemic business losses U.S. legislation introduced on Tuesday would create a taxpayer-backed insurance program to protect businesses from revenue losses during … Continue reading

29/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Mental Health: Role of the individual for their well-being in the pandemic

  How Do Public Health Emergencies and Natural Disasters Affect Mental Health Care Access? Public health emergencies and disasters often have unique challenges that require flexible solutions. Different disasters and … Continue reading

28/05/2020 · Leave a comment

Psychological Trauma Is the Next Crisis for Coronavirus Health Workers

Cities face 100 million ‘new poor’ in post-pandemic world: experts bout 100 million people living in cities worldwide will likely fall into poverty due to the coronavirus pandemic, urban experts … Continue reading

03/05/2020 · Leave a comment

The Covid-19 crisis too few are talking about: health care workers’ mental health

The Covid-19 crisis too few are talking about: health care workers’ mental health In the midst of this global pandemic, people are talking about the urgent and critical need for … Continue reading

06/04/2020 · Leave a comment

The importance of being positive: How to build a resilient business mindset

  Device inspired by mangroves could help clear up flood water A novel approach to removing salt from water, inspired by mangrove trees, has been revealed by researchers who say … Continue reading

23/02/2020 · Leave a comment

As Bushfires Rage, Australia Faces Another Challenge: Protecting National Mental Health

  New to the US: A Home Resilient to Natural Disasters Unveiled by Sekisui House Chōwa, a BUILDER Concept Home, meets growing demand for homes that adapt to today’s multi-generational … Continue reading

18/01/2020 · Leave a comment

Social connection can build or erode mental health, resilience

Burnout remains a risk for workers of all generations Flexible working has become an important part of the modern UK economy, with over half of employees taking up a flexible … Continue reading

10/01/2020 · Leave a comment

Want to be happier this year? Mental health experts share their resolutions for a less-divisive, healthier 2020

21 Remarkably Inspiring New Year Quotes to Start 2020 Off Right The new year is a time of hope and renewal. Business gone bad? There’s always hope for a better … Continue reading

02/01/2020 · Leave a comment

How to cultivate emotional resilience at work

4 Ways Leaders Can Improve Mental Health In The Workplace Mental illness is a stubborn foe. It affects how we think, feel, and act. Advocates must dispel the perception that … Continue reading

16/10/2018 · Leave a comment

Positive mental health is vital for a flourishing future workforce

TEDx star Hunt to emphasise resilience Charles Hunt had problems in his childhood, but it taught him a lot about resilience. Mr Hunt, who is due to speak this morning … Continue reading

15/10/2018 · Leave a comment

Minding the mental health of today’s students – tomorrow’s work force

The Japanese art of kintsugi and how it can help with defeat in sport Kintsugi is a Japanese practice of repairing broken ceramics or pottery with lacquer, often coloured with … Continue reading

08/10/2018 · Leave a comment

Better mental health support needed for men!

Better mental health support needed for men! Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 in the UK! Men working in construction in England are up to three times … Continue reading

12/09/2018 · Leave a comment

Are Homeowners Prepared for Disaster?

Assam Floods: Natural Disaster or Man-made Mayhem? News of China’s Tsang Po reaching its highest levels have put the Northeastern states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh on alert. The Siang … Continue reading

11/09/2018 · Leave a comment

How to Bring Mindfulness to the Workplace

Imagine Childhood Trauma and Resilience Conference with Kean University Many children experience trauma. Some traumas are ongoing like abuse or illness, while others are sudden and episodic like an act … Continue reading

20/05/2018 · Leave a comment

How natural disasters affect us psychologically

Price Gouging post Flooding The recent flooding in the Western and Northern division caused by Tropical Cyclone Josie and Keni has affected members of the public and businesses in a … Continue reading

27/04/2018 · Leave a comment

The impact of boosting mental resilience on cardiovascular health

Workplace satisfaction: chasing happiness is a tough job SA is ranked 105th out of 156 countries in the UN World Happiness report, dropping four spots since 2017. The countries with … Continue reading

31/03/2018 · Leave a comment

Declining Student Resilience: A Serious Problem for Colleges

How to Be More Resilient and Reach Your Goals We all have to endure stressful moments throughout our lives. At times, stress can feel debilitating and keep us from achieving … Continue reading

30/03/2018 · Leave a comment

Study suggests slow Puerto Rico recovery could enhance PTSD among residents

The Tenth Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Allegory, particularly in the form of personification, was one of the most important forms through which late Medieval society attempted to understand itself. And … Continue reading

06/01/2018 · Leave a comment

How New York City is tackling a mental health crisis spurred by Hurricane Sandy

Water world: floating architecture is a booming business, thanks to Dutch design A famous saying credits the Dutch for having literally created the Netherlands. This does justice to Holland’s formidable … Continue reading

01/01/2018 · Leave a comment

Hurricane Maria killed 64 Puerto Ricans. Another 1,000 died because the disaster response was inadequate.

Caring for disaster victims’ mental well-being: A first responder’s story   In my day job, I am a professor of social work and associate dean of academic affairs for the … Continue reading

24/12/2017 · Leave a comment

Supporting the mental health needs of frontline responders

Resilience at heart of hard day’s work There were no girls’ jobs or boys’ jobs on the farm when Bindi Murray was growing up. As one of four sisters, all … Continue reading

22/10/2017 · Leave a comment

Interview Promoting Wellness and Mental Health at Work

Metcalf & Associates Recommends Interview Promoting Wellness and Mental Health at Work Mental health costs are on the rise and we see statistics that as much as 40% of the … Continue reading

08/04/2017 · Leave a comment

Resilience NEWS

Why we give more after natural disasters People are far more inclined to help victims of natural disaster than victims of armed conflict, even when there’s a similar magnitude of … Continue reading

11/11/2013 · Leave a comment

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