Disaster Management Journals

International Journal of Disaster Response and Emergency Management (IJDREM)
The International Journal of Disaster Response and Emergency Management (IJDREM) provides a forum through which researchers, professionals, practitioners, policy makers, university students, and alike from multidisciplinary backgrounds including social sciences, behavioral sciences, environmental sciences, engineering, geography, management, public policy, and emergency management can share emerging knowledge and disseminate study findings in all aspects of disaster and emergency studies. The journal provides a means to exchange the latest ideas and concerns on the disaster studies. Topics Covered Contingency disaster planning and management Disaster planning Disaster preparedness and mitigation Disaster recovery and sustainability Disaster response and public policy Disaster risk reduction and
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness is the first comprehensive and authoritative journal emphasizing public health preparedness and disaster response for all health care and public health professionals globally. The journal seeks to translate science into practice and integrate medical and public health perspectives. With the events of September 11, the subsequent anthrax attacks, the tsunami in Indonesia, hurricane Katrina, SARS and the H1N1 Influenza Pandemic, all health care and public health professionals must be prepared to respond to emergency situations. In support of these pressing public health needs, Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness is committed to the medical
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
The International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (IJDRR) is the journal for researchers, policymakers and practitioners across diverse disciplines: Earth Sciences in its entirety; Environmental Sciences; Engineering; Urban Studies; Geography; and Social sciences. IJDRR publishes fundamental and applied research, critical reviews, policy papers and case studies focusing on multidisciplinary research aiming to reduce the impact of natural and technological disasters. IJDRR stimulates exchange of ideas and knowledge transfer on disaster research, mitigation, adaptation, prevention and risk reduction at all geographical scales: local, national and international. Key topics: • Multifaceted disaster and cascade disasters • The development of disaster risk reduction
Disaster Prevention and Management
Disaster Prevention and Management (DPM) advances knowledge in the field of disaster risk reduction and management. DPM bridges the gap between academic disciplines and stakeholders, including policymakers, practitioners, representatives of the civil society and local communities. It particularly welcomes contributions which emphasize multi-disciplinary and multi-actor perspectives on innovative topics related to disaster risk reduction and management. The journal covers: Hazards and disasters studies Disaster risk reduction and management Impacts of and response to disasters Post-disaster recovery The journal encourages the contribution of junior scholars, authors from less affluent countries and non-native English speakers. Support is provided to assist them throughout the reviewing
International Journal of Emergency Management
In today’s increasing globalised and connected world with rapidly advancing technologies and changing weather patterns, critical infrastructures and social structures are threatened by natural and manmade disasters. Planning for future possible emergencies is essential; their assessment and management equally so. IJEM provides a refereed international forum bringing the latest research to bear on the issues involved, with a focus on contingencies and emergencies as well as crisis and disaster management and planning. Topics covered include Natural disasters: hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes Industrial hazards: nuclear accidents, etc Transport accidents: road, maritime, air and rail Terror threats and terrorism Disaster medicine and humanitarian issues Contingency