Research Report What Happens to Victims?
A Research Guide for Disaster-Response Studies
Harry P. Hatry, Martin D. Abravanel, Shelli B. Rossman
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This report "What Happens to Victims? A Research Guide for Disaster-Response Studies" provides a starting point for research and evaluation studies. It provides a series of "checklists" of outcome and service quality indicators, and related information, considered pertinent to studying emergency services responses for a range of critical service areas and covering a wide array of conditions likely to be important to disaster victims. The intent is to establish starting points for assessments of the extent to which victim services needs are met during and following disasters.

Research Areas Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Climate, disasters, and environment
Tags Disaster recovery and mitigation
Policy Centers Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center