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CRJ 14:3 out very soon!

CRJ 14:3 out very soon!

This edition covers natural hazards, governance, extremism, community and public issues, human factors and leadership, corporate resilience, technology and kidnap, extortion and ransom

Sea creature inspire materials that can withstand their own impact

Sea creature inspire materials that can withstand their own impact

The mantis shrimp, one of the ocean's most ornery creatures, can take on attacks from its own species without being injured

Disturbed sleep linked to mental health problems in natural disaster survivors

Disturbed sleep linked to mental health problems in natural disaster survivors

Preliminary results from a new study suggest that sleep disturbances are associated with mental health problems among survivors of a natural disaster, even up to two years after the event.

DHS partners with Air Lines Pilots Association to fight human trafficking

DHS partners with Air Lines Pilots Association to fight human trafficking

Through an interactive training module, ALPA pilots can access the resources needed to help protect the basic right of freedom and bring those who exploit human lives to justice

New Key Network Partner and Advisory Panel Member

New Key Network Partner and Advisory Panel Member

CRJ is pleased to announce that Tess Baker has joined our Advisory Panel

Mobile delivery rooms can provide valuable services to maternity services under strain

Mobile delivery rooms can provide valuable services to maternity services under strain

Ruth Wozencroft of Q-bital describes how mobile delivery units can assist hospitals by providing the necessary high standards and safe level of care during times of crisis

Bioprinting living tissues

Bioprinting living tissues

Scientists have used 3D printing techniques to ‘bioprint’ living tissues, including muscle and bone.

Global Ebola warnings

Global Ebola warnings

We are entering “a new phase” and large outbreaks of deadly diseases like Ebola are a “new normal,” the World Health Organisation has warned

Resilience is not just about dealing with traumatic incidents at work…   

Resilience is not just about dealing with traumatic incidents at work…  

Andy Elwood explains the importance of wellbeing and good mental health for emergency services personnel and he offers advice and support to those in need

CRJ announced as Lead Partner for the International Disaster Response Expo 2019

CRJ announced as Lead Partner for the International Disaster Response Expo 2019

Crisis Response Journal is the Lead Partner of International Disaster Response Expo including Global Disaster Response Summit - by application only and Seminar Theatre and the Lead Partner of the Crisis Management & Business Continuity Conference

CitizenAid app and guide designed to inform the public how to act in a terror attack

CitizenAid app and guide designed to inform the public how to act in a terror attack

UK-based charity, citizenAid describes how the public can take steps to stay safe and help others during an attack

Winners of XPRIZE for advancements in Autonomous Ocean Exploration are announced

Winners of XPRIZE for advancements in Autonomous Ocean Exploration are announced

The $7M Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE results ceremony was held in Monaco, with teams developing technology which will contribute to mapping the ocean floor by 2030

World Animal Protection urges the UN to consider animals in disaster planning

World Animal Protection urges the UN to consider animals in disaster planning

When disaster strikes, animals are often forgotten, according to World Animal Protection, which calls for governments to do more

Negotiator competition: Blessed are the peacemakers

Negotiator competition: Blessed are the peacemakers

The annual Texas State University the Annual Hostage Negotiation Training and Competition, has become essential active negotiation training for law enforcement and corrections teams from across the United States and the world

New course on disaster health for public and professionals

New course on disaster health for public and professionals

Rob Fagan explains the importance of good 'disaster health' in planning and preparation for emergencies

Staying safe in a risky world

Staying safe in a risky world

Paul Martin's new book, Rules of Security, sets out the ten most important guiding principles of protective security and resilience

Scale of serious and organised crime in UK is “Truly staggering” – UK National Crime Agency

Scale of serious and organised crime in UK is “Truly staggering” – UK National Crime Agency

Serious and organised crime kills more people every year than terrorism, war and natural disasters combined, according to the NCA

Protecting cities against terrorism

Protecting cities against terrorism

CRJ Advisory Panel member, Lina Kolesnikova has been named an expert on the advisory board of new EU project, PACTESUR