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Latest Health Research as a result of the Christchurch Earthquakes

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I am regularly asked whether I have details of the latest papers for various disciplines relating to the Christchurch earthquakes. Here are the latest health related references:

A Health in All Policies response to disaster recovery A Stevenson, A Humphrey, S Brinsdon – Perspectives in Public Health, 2014

The role of communities in post-disaster recovery planning: A Diamond Harbour case study S Vallance, R Love – Lincoln Planning Review, 2014

The 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes: context and cause of injury D Johnston, S Standring, K Ronan, M Lindell, T Wilson… – Natural Hazards, 2014

The Psychosocial Impact of Natural Disasters among Adult Survivors: An Integrative Review S Warsini, C West, GC Res Meth, J Mills, K Usher – Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2014

Attending to biographical disruption: the experience of rehabilitation following tetraplegia due to spinal cord injury JA Bourke, EJC Hay-Smith, DL Snell, G DeJong – Disability & Rehabilitation, 2014

A framework for linking community-resilience goals to specific performance targets for the built environment M Mieler, B Stojadinovic, R Budnitz, M Comerio… – Earthquake Spectra, 2014

Child Trauma: The Christchurch Experience C Benns, C Doughty

Mass disasters–Disaster Victim Identification T Bassindale

Workforce behaviour and business responses AY Chang-Richards, S Wilkinson, E Seville… – 2014

My Academic Office Through the Eyes of Others: Reversals and Reflections in Organizational Autoethnography D Ruth – Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on …

Impact of a major disaster on the mental health of a well-studied cohort DM Fergusson, LJ Horwood, JM Boden, RT Mulder – JAMA psychiatry, 2014

Putting Children at the Centre: Making policy as if children mattered S St John – Educational Philosophy and Theory, 2014

How did the Canterbury Earthquakes Affect Physiotherapists and Physiotherapy Services? A Qualitative Study H Mulligan, CM Smith, S Ferdinand – Physiotherapy Research International, 2014

The key role of eyewitnesses in rapid earthquake impact assessment R Bossu, R Steed, G Mazet-Roux, F Roussel, C Etivant – EGU General Assembly …, 2014

Why Do People Take Fewer Damage Mitigation Actions Than Survival Actions? Other Factors Outweigh Cost J McClure, MJ Spittal, R Fischer, A Charleson – Natural Hazards Review, 2014

Dietary intake in midlife and associations with standard of living, education and nutrition literacy. CL Wall, RB Gearry, J Pearson, W Parnell… – The New Zealand medical …, 2014

Rebuilding lives: Interviewing refugee background people in Christchurch three years after the earthquakes S Carlton – Oral History Forum d’histoire orale, 2014

Shake table tests for the seismic fragility evaluation of hospital rooms E Cosenza, L Di Sarno, G Maddaloni, G Magliulo… – Earthquake Engineering & …, 2014

Temperament and Character as Determinants of Well-being JK Spittlehouse, E Vierck, JF Pearson, PR Joyce – Comprehensive Psychiatry, 2014

Validation of a Framework for Measuring Hospital Disaster Resilience Using Factor Analysis S Zhong, M Clark, XY Hou, Y Zang, G FitzGerald – International Journal of …, 2014

Policy and Practice Updates Participatory and evidence-based recommendations for urban M Annear, S Keeling, T Wilkinson – Australasian Journal on Ageing, 2014

Laboratory Turnaround Times in Response to an Abrupt Increase in Specimen Testing After a Natural Disaster K Taylor, P George, JM Deely – American journal of clinical pathology, 2014

The Trauma Therapies J Marzillier – 2014

Building resiliency: a cross-sectional study examining relationships among health-related quality of life, well-being, and disaster preparedness ME Gowan, RC Kirk, JA Sloan – Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 2014

Household experience of gambling-related harm by socio-economic deprivation in New Zealand: increases in inequality between 2008 and 2012 D Tu, RJ Gray, DK Walton – International Gambling Studies, 2014

Broken heart syndrome–is it a psychosomatic disorder? C Lacey, R Mulder, P Bridgman, B Kimber, J Zarifeh… – Journal of Psychosomatic …, 2014

Maximising Action Sports for Development H Thorpe – Strengthening Sport for Development and Peace: …, 2014

Physicians in the Workplace B Mintoft – Internal Medicine Journal, 2014

Population‐Based Incidence of Sudden Cardiac and Unexpected Death Before and After the 2011 Earthquake and Tsunami in Iwate, Northeast Japan M Niiyama, F Tanaka, S Nakajima, T Itoh, T Matsumoto… – Journal of the American …, 2014

The Extent of Soft Tissue and Musculoskeletal Injuries after Earthquakes; Describing a Role for Reconstructive Surgeons in an Emergency Response AJP Clover, B Jemec, AD Redmond – World Journal of Surgery, 2014

The Christchurch earthquake: Dialysis experience and emergency planning J Irvine, A Buttimore, D Eastwood, J KendrickJones – Nephrology, 2014

Personality Resilience Following a Natural Disaster P Milojev, D Osborne, CG Sibley – Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2014

Coping with Disaster: General Practitioners’ Perspectives on the Impact of the Canterbury Earthquakes S Johal, Z Mounsey, R Tuohy, D Johnston – PLoS Currents, 2014

The continuum of induction S Wickham

Ongoing adverse mental health impact of the earthquake sequence in Christchurch, New Zealand. JK Spittlehouse, PR Joyce, E Vierck, PJ Schluter… – The Australian and New …, 2014

Author: Sarah Miles

Trained as a lawyer, psychotherapist and mediator. My goal is to make my voice heard for the causes in which I believe so as to improve and contribute to a more sustainable and equitable society. I believe in the enormous power of the human spirit and the power within each of us to effect major change. "The only triumph over evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing". https://thechristchurchfiasco.wordpress.com/

3 thoughts on “Latest Health Research as a result of the Christchurch Earthquakes

  1. Hi Sarah,

    Thanks so much for this list of Health Research.

    Kind regards,

    Carol Randal

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Thanks for pulling this research together Sarah – very helpful resource

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