Public health guide for emergencies: Emergency and Psychosocial Support

This is a chapter of the Public Health Guide for emergency created by the John Hopkins and the IFRC, which intends to serve as a guide for setting up mental health and psychosocial programs for vulnerable populations in developing countries who are or have been exposed to crisis events.

It describes the psychological problems of people exposed to violence, disaster or critical incidents and provides guidelines for planning emergency mental health programs.

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