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
Language
English, Subtitles: Spanish, Russian, Ukrainian
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 1,241 ratings

Some items in the test were too mechanic. I would like to have more reflective questions.

This course is very usefull for any humanitarian worker, and what´s best, you can use it in any line of work with people, whether it is first reponse in crisis, or teamwork and people management in an office.

Very well presented. Certainly a must take course for all health professionals.

I loved learning about this way of treating people. It gives new insight into how to talk to suffering people following disasters. This is a good course for future medical professionals.