The Institute for Disaster Management at the UGA College of Public Health is home to some of Georgia’s leading experts in disaster response. Its faculty, students and staff engage in risk analysis, long-term disaster planning, training of emergency management professionals and the development of response capabilities and disaster management infrastructure.

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Infant Feeding in Emergencies: How to Support Families During Evacuation and Sheltering
Infant Feeding in Emergencies: How to Support Families During Evacuation and Sheltering

By Sarah DeYoung Originally published as a part of the “Research Counts” series for the Natural Hazards Center at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Reprinted with permission. Of all of

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College faculty, students respond to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey
College faculty, students respond to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey

Two University of Georgia College of Public Health faculty members deployed to Georgia’s State Operations Center (SOC) in Atlanta on Fri. Sept. 8 at the request of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency.

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UGA Conducts Long-term Funded Research in Disaster Management
UGA Conducts Long-term Funded Research in Disaster Management

Originally published in ASPPH Friday Letter Aug. 30, 2017 for Preparedness Month Feature. The mission of the University of Georgia Institute for Disaster Management (IDM) is to reduce the casualties

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