Do we need specific disaster management education for social work?
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Social workers play important roles in disaster rescue, recovery and preparation for future disasters. However, their professional education has few elements that prepare them for specific disaster management roles and activities. This paper provides a review of the activities of social workers in disasters in the Asia Pacific, identifies specific training needs, and notes gaps in education and training. Based on this, curriculum initiatives are proposed that go beyond formal education based on concepts and principles of disaster management to include simulations and practice scenarios reflecting the complexities associated with disaster management in the health, community and human services areas. - See more at: https://ajem.infoservices.com.au/items/AJEM-29-04-08#sthash.8EHkEWv0.dpuf
The Australian Journal of Emergency Management
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