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MAT. IMPRESO

Título Disaster and development : an occupational perspective / edited by Nancy Rushford, Kerry Thomas ; forewords by Valerie Scherrer, Marilyn Pattinson

Publicación Edinburgh [etc.] : Elsevier, 2015
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B.Fac.Cc.Salud(Z)-Sala  TOC DIS Dis    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
 Fac.Cc.Salud(Z)-Fisiatría y Enfermería  DEF RUS Dis    CONSULTAR DEPT  USO INTERNO
Descripción física XVIII, 274 p. : il. ; 24 cm
Contiene: PART I DISASTER AND DEVELOPMENT. 1. Disaster and Development: A Call to Action. 2. Disaster, Development and Occupational Therapy: Historical Perspectives and Possibilities. 3. Disaster Risk, Vulnerability and Resilience: An Emergent Socio-Ecological Perspective. 4. Disaster, Daily Life and Meaning. 5. Lost in the Mix: A Case for Inclusive and Participatory Approaches to Disaster and Development. PART II CASE SERIES – STORIES FROM EXPERIENCE. Emergency Response and Early Recovery. 6. Listening to the Voices of Survivors: The Floods of 2003 in Santa Fe, Argentina. 7. Reflections on Haiti. 8. Living With the Bones. 9. Cyclone Yasi: The Experience of Queenslanders without a Home. 10. After Katrina: Stephanie’s Four-Year Struggle for Survival. 11. Wildfires: Responding to Psychological and Emotional Needs of the Community Zoe. 12. Terrorism: A Survivor’s Story. 13. Seeking Asylum in the UK. 14. Solomon’s Story. 15. The Dadaab Refugee Camps and the Voices of People with a Disability. 16. Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOS) In Disaster: Learning from their Experience Nazmul Bari, Broja Gopal Saha. 17. Accessibility Outcomes in Disaster Recovery – A Critical Concern, a Minimum Requirement or an Afterthought? 18. Community-Based Rehabilitation in Colombia’s Armed Conflict. 19. Landmine Action and Advocacy: From Local to Global. 20. ‘United, We Live’: Empowering Older People through Disaster Response and Recovery. 21. Drought: Slow-Onset Disaster and its Burden upon Families. 22. Supporting Community Recovery through Indigenous Engagement and the Natural Environment. 23. Climate Change and Children: The Need for Innovative Responses. 24. Medical Assistance Teams: Reflections on Emergency Response Experience. 25. Drink a Dozen Cups of Tea: Lessons about Listening and Learning. 26. Changing Fields of Practice: Training in the Frontier Province, Pakistan. 27. Mobilizing a Therapeutic Response in a Disaster Zone, Chile 2010. 28. Reflections from Experience across the Asia-Pacific Region. 29. Mobilizing Occupational Therapy through Policy, Planning and Education. PART III AN OCCUPATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON DISASTER AND DEVELOPMENT. 30. An Occupational Perspective on Disaster and Development and a Conceptual Framework. 31. Occupational Stewardship and Collaborative Engagement: A Practice Model. 32. Disaster and Development: Practical Considerations in Promoting an Occupational Perspective
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Autor secundario Rushford, Nancy, ed. lit.
Thomas, Kerry, ed. lit.
ISBN 9780702040474