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The Effectiveness of Disaster Risk Communication: A Systematic Review of Intervention Studies

methods. Competing Interests APPENDIX 1 PRISMA Checklist Download file Appendices 2-5 Download file One of the authors (Mike Clarke) is on the editorial board of PLOS Currents Disasters. The authors

The Use of Systematic Reviews and Other Research Evidence in Disasters and Related Areas: Preliminary Report of a Needs Assessment Survey

Objectives: This paper presents the initial data analysis for a survey to identify the attitudes towards systematic reviews and research of those involved in the humanitarian response to natural disasters and other crises; their priorities for evidence, and their preferences for accessing this information. Methods: Snowballing sampling techniques were used to recruit participants...

Evidence for disaster risk reduction, planning and response: design of the Evidence Aid survey

Systematic reviews are now regarded as a key component of the decision making process in health care, and, increasingly, in other areas. This should also be true in disaster risk reduction, planning and response. Since the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004, The Cochrane Collaboration and others have been working together to strengthen the use and usefulness of systematic reviews in...