The big question
If you have some experience of emergency management you may wish to share some of your experiences and discuss how a broader view could help in the preparation and management of disasters and emergencies.Have a look at other learners’ comments. If you can relate to a comment someone else has made, why not ‘Like’ it or leave a reply? You can filter comments in a variety of ways including ‘Most liked’ and you can also ‘Bookmark’ comments.If you want to see all the recent comments on the course, just select the Activity icon. If you’re following someone, you can filter this list to show only the comments of people you’re following or those comments that you’ve bookmarked.To get the very best learning experience from FutureLearn, find out more from these tips and tools for social learning. Don’t forget, whilst robust debate is encouraged, it’s important that you follow the FutureLearn Code of conduct and are respectful of your fellow learnersIn the 21st century, is it still appropriate to deal with emergencies and disasters as individual, one-off events, and to view them as taking place largely in isolation from the society in which they occur?
Emergencies and Disasters: Trends and Issues
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