Research

Providing Psychosocial Support to Children and Families in the Aftermath of Disasters and Crises
Shonfeld, D., & Demaria, T. (2015, October). Providing Psychosocial Support to Children and Families in the Aftermath of Disasters and Crises. American Academy of Pediatrics, 136(4), e1120-e1130. 

The Impact of Terrorism and Disasters on Children
American Psychological Association (2014).The Impact of Terrorism and Disasters on Children.

Annual Research Review: Positive adjustment to adversity – trajectories of minimal-impact resilience and emergent resilience
Bonanno, G. A., & Diminich, E. D. (2013). Annual Research Review: Positive adjustment to adversity – trajectories of minimal-impact resilience and emergent resilience. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 54(4), 378-401.

Children of Darfur: a vulnerable population
Chaikin, J. (2008). Children of Darfur: a vulnerable population. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 14(1), 74-77.

From trauma to resilience
Christensen, L. (2008). From trauma to resilience. African Health Sciences, 8(S), 39-40.

Frequency of man-made disasters in the 20th century
Coleman, Les (2006).  Frequency of man-made disasters in the 20th century. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 14 (1), 3-11.

Mobile field hospitals in the Haiti earthquake response: a Red Cross model
Elsharkawi, H., Jaeger, T., Christensen, L., Rose, E., Giroux, K., & Ystgaard, B. (2010). Mobile field hospitals in the Haiti earthquake response: a Red Cross model. Humanitarian Exchange, 48, 10-13.

Natural Disasters Reported 1900-2011
EM-DAT International Disaster Database (2011).Natural Disasters Reported 1900-2011. Retrieved February, 24, 2014 from http://www.emdat.be/natural-disasters-trends.

Psychological impact of disasters on children: review of assessment and interventions
Kar, Nilamadhab (2009).  Psychological impact of disasters on children: review of assessment and interventions. World Journal of Pediatrics, 5(1), 5-11.

Preparing children and families for surgery: Mount Sinai’s multidisciplinary perspective
Justus, R., Wyles, D., Wilson, J., Rode, D., Walther, V., & Lim-Sulit, N. (2006). Preparing children and families for surgery: Mount Sinai’s multidisciplinary perspective. Pediatric Nursing, 32(1), 35–43.

Disasters and their impact on child development: introduction to the special section
Masten, A. S., & Osofsky, J.D. (2010).  Disasters and their impact on child development: introduction to the special section.  Child Development, 81(4), 1029-1039.

Acute stress-related psychological impact in children following devastataing natural disaster, the Sikkim earthquake
Mondal, R., Sarkar, S., Banerjee, I., Hazra, A., Majumder, D., Sabui, T.,…Pan, P. (2013).  Acute stress-related psychological impact in children following devastataing natural disaster, the Sikkim earthquake (2011), India Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, 4(1), S19-23.

Children and the Sphere standard on mental and social aspects of health
Morris, J., van Ommeren, M., Belfer, M., Saxena, S., & Saraceno, B. (2007). Children and the Sphere standard on mental and social aspects of health. Disasters, 31(1),71-90. 8 1

Child health in complex emergencies. 
Moss, W. J., Ramakrishnan, M., Storms, D., Si egle, A. H., Weiss, W. M., Lejnev, I., & Muhe, L. (2006). Child health in complex emergencies.  Bulletin of World Health Organization 84(1):58-64.

Mental Health Response to Community Disasters: A Systematic Review
North, C. S., & Pfefferbaum, B. (2013). Mental Health Response to Community Disasters: A Systematic Review. JAMA,310(5), 507-518.

The new Geneva conventions for the protection of war victims
Pictet, J.S. (1951). The new Geneva conventions for the protection of war victims. The American Journal of International Law, 45(3), 462–475.

Psychological first aid and treatment approach for children exposed to community violence: research implications
Pynoos, R. & Nader, K. (1988). Psychological first aid and treatment approach for children exposed to community violence: research implications. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 1(4), 445-473.

Psychosocial support in disaster-affected communities
Rao, K. (2006). Psychosocial support in disaster-affected communities. International Review of Psychiatry, 18(6), 501-505.

Psychosocial interventions in the early phases of disasters
Reyes, G., & Elhai, J. D. (2004). Psychosocial interventions in the early phases of disasters. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, & Training, 41(4), 399-411.

Global Climate Change and Children’s Health: Threats and Strategies for Prevention
Sheffield, P.E. & Landrigan, P.J. (2011). Global Climate Change and Children’s Health: Threats and Strategies for Prevention. Environmental Health Perspectives, 119(3), 291-298.

Annual Research Review:  What is resilience within the social ecology of human development?
Unger, M., Ghazinour, M., & Richter, J. (2013). Annual Research Review:  What is resilience within the social ecology of human development?. The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 54(4), 348-366.

Interventions with children after disasters (Part 2)
Vernberg, E. M., & Vogel, J. M. (1993). Part 2: interventions with children after disasters. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22(4), 485-498.8 3

Children’s psychological responses to disaster (Part 1)
Vogel, J. M., & Vernberg, E. M. (1993). Part 1: children’s psychological responses to disaster. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22(4), 464-484.

Mental and social health during and after acute emergencies : Emerging consensus?
van Ommermen, M., Saxena, S., & Saraceno, B., (2005). Mental and social health during and after acute emergencies : Emerging consensus? Bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO), 83(1), 71-76.

The American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Services: development of a cooperative, single function, multidisciplinary model
Weaver, J. D., Dingman, R. L., Morgan, J., Hong, B. A., & North, C. S. (2000). The American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Services: development of a cooperative, single function, multidisciplinary model. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 27(3), 314-320.

The psychosocial consequences for children of mass violence, terrorism and disasters
Williams, R. (2007). The psychosocial consequences for children of mass violence, terrorism and disasters. International Review of Psychiatry, 19(3): 263-277.

Children in the process of becoming
Wilson, J. M. & Goldberger, J. (1996). Children in the process of becoming. Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine, 150, 1234-1235.

Theory, training and timing. Psychosocial interventions in complex emergencies.
Yule, W. (2006). Theory, training and timing. Psychosocial interventions in complex emergencies. International Review of Psychiatry, 18, 259-264.

Traumatic Effects of Specific Types of Disasters
http://www.ptsd.va.gov/professional/trauma/disaster-terrorism/traumatic-effects-disasters.asp

A Cognitive Developmental Approach to Understanding How Children Cope with Disasters
Deering, C. G. (2000). A cognitive developmental approach to understanding how children cope with disasters. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Nursing, 13(1), 7-16