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Health in Emergencies & Disasters Quarterly (HDQ)

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    Health in Emergencies and Disasters is a quarterly journal that published with collaboration between the Iranian virtual Institute for Emergencies and Disasters ( & Health in Disasters and Emergencies Research Center of university of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences( 2013 onward in English. Health in Emergencies and Disasters Quarterly focuses on collaboration among researchers, health professionals and community as the key to sharing knowledge, experiences and thus improving health in emergencies and disasters. This journal provides a means for associations, institutions, centers, foundations, companies, and individuals concerned with emergencies and disasters to share perspectives, concerns, ideas, and information that will foster cooperative efforts to improve health in emergencies and disasters. Submission process: All manuscripts should be submitted online through Online Submission system of the journal. The submitting author takes all responsibilities for the article during submission and peer review.

    Co-authors (196)

    • Abdulrazig Hummaida
    • Sara Dadpour
    • Revista MHSALUD Universidad Nacional
    • Rehabilitation Journal

    Publications (5)

    • Letter to Editor: Different Perception, Different Behavior, Necessity of Consensus Over “Risk” Term

      • Safi Keykaleh M
      • Khorasani Zavareh D
      • Safarpour R
    • Research Paper: Comparing the Knowledge Level of Students of Junior High Schools of the Cities of Shiraz and Kerman on Measures Needed to be Taken for Confronting the Hazards of Earthquake

      • Mehraein Nazdik Z
      • Mohammadi M
      • Mehraein Z
    • Research Paper: Development of a Methodology to Identify Crucial Emergency Stations for Quick Relief Response to the Damaged Urban Areas Following an Earthquake (Case Study: Isfahan City Center) A B S T R A C T

      • Almasi S
      • Mehdi Khabiri M
      • Fallah Tafti M
      • et al.
    • Research Paper: The Relationship Between Workplace Spirituality, Job Satisfaction and Attitude Toward Death Among the Staff of the Emergency Department

      • Bakhtiari Z
      • Fathi D
      • Hosseini Ahagh M
      • et al.
    • Research Paper: Investigation of the Accidents Recorded at an Emergency Management Center Using the Pareto Chart: A Cross-Sectional Study in Gonabad, Iran, During 2014-2016

      • Hosein Beheshti M
      • Hajizadeh R
      • Dehghan S
      • et al.