Course and conferences
The Parliaments intention is for the Centre for Crisis Psychology to be continued as a national competence centre, stressing the importance of the centre taking an active role as a communicator of experience and research-based knowledge within its subject areas. Our ambition is to contribute as a professional advisor role, and as a resource towards organizations, management and follow-up of survivors, emergency personnel, relatives and survivors after crises and disasters. The centre also offers various continuing and further education aimed at relevant occupational groups in public and private enterprises.
Psychosocial responses to pandemic/natural disasters/climate change
The number of people affected by natural disasters each year are alarmingly high and can be expected to rise. The COVID-19 pandemic threatens the whole world. The mental health consequences have been documented not only in rates of posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) and PTSD, but also for...