Use by practitioners of our ideas and materials

United Nations Office for Disaster Reduction Scientific and Technical Advisory Group case study 2014: Recognising and Understanding Collective Resilience in Crowds of Survivors

Department of Health Emergency Preparedness Division (2009). NHS Emergency Planning Guidance: Planning for the psychosocial and mental health care of people affected by major incidents and disasters: Interim national strategic guidance.

Psychosocial care for people affected by disasters and major incidents. (Department of Health Emergency Preparedness Division/EPAC, 2008)

Understanding crowd behaviours. Cabinet Office/Emergency Planning College (2009). (Review of research on crowd behaviour, Leeds University 2008)

Katie Harris's design presentation for for Underground products and systems to help passengers cope with emergencies.

Suzanne Coop (2008). What makes the system effective? Industrial Fire Journal, 73, 68-69. (Discussion of our research in relation to the requirements of public address systems)

Michael Lawton (2008). Quick escape. Assa Abloy Future lab feature on 'panic' exits.





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