Disaster and Emergency Management Conference 2013 - Podcasts
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Proceedings 2013

Peer Reviewed Papers - download here   (password: disaster13)

Non Peer Reviewed Papers - download here (password: disaster13)

Late paper - Ben Norling  - Effective Time Management in Post-Disaster Reconstruction

Podcasts 2013 - Keynotes

Hon Jack Dempsey MP
Minister for Police and Community Safety

Mr Grant Morrison
Director, Disaster Prevention and Risk Reduction, AusAid
Developing a new Hyogo Framework for Action on Disaster Risk Reduction: the view from AusAID

Associate Professor Brett Aimers OStJ, FRCNA
Chief Nurse, St John Ambulance Australia
Taking Care of Business - A National Response to a Jurisdictional Emergency

Commissioner Ian Stewart
Queensland Police Commissioner
Disaster Management – Staying focused, being flexible

Dr Ian Dacre
Disaster Management Operations Director, Asia Pacific, World Society for the Protection of Animals, based in Thailand
Remember the Animals?

Mr Craig Lapsley
Fire Services Commissioner, Victoria
Preparing for the New Era: Leading Change in Emergency Management

Mr Scott Milne
Response Manager, Global Director, International Association of Emergency Managers
Managing Emergencies or Emergency Management: The Difference?

Professor Philip Morris
President, Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association
Responding to nation-wide psychological trauma

Dr Rob Vertessy
Director and CEO of the Bureau of Meteorology
Let's talk about flood warning

Session Speakers

Day 1 - Animals in Disasters
Pets and people, preparedness for disasters (P3D) - Dr Mel Taylor & Dr Penny Burns
Evaluation of the morbidity and mortality of animals post Canterbury earthquakes – A Pilot study - Ms Kate Hill
Animals in Disasters: The U.S. Experience - Prof Marsha Baum
Risk factor or protective factor? Using animal attachment to motivate early evacuation and survival - Dr Kirrilly Thompson
Veterinary Emergency Response Team – a resource across the ditch - Ms Hayley Squance
Animals Matter in Disasters – the New Zealand approach - Ms Bridget Vercoe & Mr Roger Poland