Net-risk approach to displacement and reoccupation decision making, A
Decision makers and planners have a large body of information available concerning most aspects of a radiation disaster. International and national standards organizations, as well as national and local level policies and plans provide little guidance about the risks involved in relocating a population from a radiologically contaminated area. Populations displaced after all types of disasters have demonstrated poorer health outcomes, both physiological and psychological, than their non-displaced peers. These include a greater risk of diabetes and greater rates of post-traumatic stress disorder ...
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