Created by:  Johns Hopkins University

  • George Everly, Jr., PhD

    Taught by:  George Everly, Jr., PhD, Professor, Center for Public Health Preparedness

    Bloomberg School of Public Health
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English, Subtitles: Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 872 ratings

This was an extremely informative and useful course. I believe the material is something all persons should learn not only for the support of those in a disaster, but to also learn and understand how to communicate with those who are experiencing all types distress. This course was well-written and the material easy to understand. It is my hope that more people are interested in the idea and implementation of PFA. It's something everyone could/will benefit from.

Helped me gain more knowledge related with psychology

This course is a very helpful primer in how to respond to psychological distress in the

A good and basic course for awareness of distressing issues during disasters.