Flood Risk Perception among the Inhabitants of a Flood-prone Area in Iran

Fateme Nikbakht; Hamid Heidarian-Miri; Fatemeh Kokabi-Saghi; Hamidreza Shabanikiya

Volume 25, Issue 8 , 2023

Abstract
  Background: Misunderstanding of disaster hinders people from devoting enough attention to disaster preparedness programs. Flood is one of the main natural hazards in Iran. Objectives: The present study aimed to determine flood risk perception among residents of a flood-prone area in Iran in 2021. Methods: ...  Read More

Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Epidemic Management from the Perspective of Managers: A Qualitative Study

Zoya Hadinejad; Fereshteh Araghian Mojarad; Tahereh Yaghoubi

Volume 24, Issue 9 , 2022

Abstract
  Background: Coronavirus will not be the first and the last pandemic in the world. Problem-solving and crisis management methods are determined by the ways in which people, statesmen, and experts treat various fields. Objectives: The present qualitative study was conducted pursuing the goal to illustrate ...  Read More

Interactive Model of Disaster risk & Disaster management: The Egg Model

Gholamreza Poorheidari; Mahdi Mashhadi Akbar Boojar; Ahmad Soltani

Volume 22, Issue 8 , 2020

Abstract
  Background: A conceptual model is always a suitable way to show the relationship between the different components of a process or among different processes. In the field of incident management, there are several models. However, there is almost no simple, natural, conceptual model to show the relationship ...  Read More