Health education in disaster medicine

  • Santa Costanzo


The instruments that current scientific research for the prevention of disasters and their negative effects places at our disposal are the assessment of the environmental impact of industrial, civil, military, research and political works for development purposes; analysis of the vulnerability of the territory; and information, education and participation of the population.


Health Education Forest Fire Educational Intervention Behaviour Pattern Disaster Prevention 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Santa Costanzo
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  1. 1.Public Hygiene and HealthItaly

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