Conference papers

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Staff and students at the Centre regularly produce conference papers for events and conferences around the globe.

2017

Johal, SS.Keynote human responses to threat and uncertainty and how to help. . Sydney, Australia
[Conference Paper] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, S. (2017, June). Risk has been communicated now what. Presented at National Emergency Management Conference 2017. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Tipler, K., Tarrant, R., Tuffin, K., & Johnston, D. (2017, March). 2012 New Zealand Shakeout Exercise: Lessons Learned By Schools. Presented at Emergency Management Summer Institute. Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.Tarrant, R.Tuffin, K.

2016

Ahangama, N., & Prasanna, R.Calm over calamity: the effect of knowledge networks on resilience. . Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Paper] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Becker, J., Wein, A., Potter, S., Hudson-Doyle, EE., & Johal, SS. (2016). Communication about aftershocks: Lessons from the Canterbury earthquake sequence. Proceedings of the first People in Disasters Conference 2016. (pp. 68 - 68). : People in Disasters Conference 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johal, S.

Becker, J., Wein, A., Potter, S., Hudson-Doyle, EE., & Johal, SS. (2016). Communication about aftershocks: Lessons from the Canterbury earthquake sequence. Proceedings of the first People in Disasters Conference 2016. (pp. 68 - 68). : People in Disasters Conference 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM.Working through disaster: Mental health care professionals capacity to deliver services during disaster recovery. . Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS. (2016, June). Valued living through disaster. Presented at Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. Washington, United States of America.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, Z. (2016, May). The impact of shared trauma on health care professionals following the Canterbury earthquakes. Presented at Australia and New Zealand Disaster Management Conference. Gold Coast, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS. (2016). Psychosocial implications of disaster management. In http://anzdmc.com.au/program/16/program16.pdf, Australia and New Zealand Disaster Management Conference 2016
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM. (2016). Supporting social recovery after a disaster: Brokering the practical and emotional aspects of coping with disaster recovery. Poster session presented at the meeting of British Psychological Society Annual Conference. Nottingham, United Kingdom
[Conference Poster] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM. (2016). Finding the positives: Insights from health care professionals following the 2010 2011 earthquakes in Canterbury NZ. Poster session presented at the meeting of British Psychological Society Annual Conference. Nottingham, United Kingdom
[Conference Poster] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM. (2016). Prepare for impact: Vicarious trauma risk for disaster researchers. : British Psychological Society Annual Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM.(2016, April). Therapy in disaster recovery: Exploring the experiences of mental health professionals 3 years after the Canterbury (NZ) earthquakes. . 
[Conference] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM. (2016). Finding the positives: Insights from health care professionals following the Canterbury earthquakes. Proceedings of the first People in Disasters Conference 2016. (pp. 75 - 75). : People in Disasters 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM. (2016). Challenges of supporting recovery after disaster: Insights from earthquake support coordinators. Proceedings of the First People in Disasters Conference 2016. (pp. 74 - 74). New Zealand: People in Disasters 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS. (2016). I haven’t had a chance to think about that: How health and welfare workers got through the Canterbury earthquakes and beyond.http://trauma.massey.ac.nz/conference/Proceedings_People_in_Disasters_Conference_2016.pdf. (pp. 11 - 11). : People in Disasters 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, ZM. (2016). Mental health care professionals' capacity to deliver services during recovery. http://www.unisdr.org/files/45270_stconfposterabstractslistws34.pdf. : UNISDR Science and Technology Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.

Madhubhashini, ETS., & Prasanna, R. (2016). Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries in the Western Sri Lankan Waters. , National Conference on Geo-spatial Science and Disaster Management
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Mooney, M., Tarrant, R., Paton, D., Johal, S., & Johnston, D. (2016, November). How children coped effectively with the Canterbury earthquake disaster of 2010-2012.. Presented at 6th International Workshop on Psychology Interventions After Disasters (PIAD). Manila, Philippines..
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.Tarrant, R.

Mooney, M., Johal, SS., Johnston, DM., Tarrant, R., & Paton, D. (2016). Getting through: Children and youth post-disaster effective coping and adapting in the context of the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-2012. http://trauma.massey.ac.nz/conference/Proceedings_People_in_Disasters_Conference_2016.pdf. (pp. 38 - 38). : People in Disasters 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.Tarrant, R.

Mounsey, ZR., & Johal, SS. (2016). Organisational support: Insights from nurses following the Canterbury earthquakes. Proceedings of the first people in disasters conference 2016.(pp. 13 - 13). : People in Disasters 2016
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.

Prasanna, R., & Ahangama, N. (2016). Knowledge Networks for Flood Resilience: A Case of Public Administration Officers of Ratnapura. , University of Colombo Annual Research Symposium 2016
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Tarrant, RA., Mooney, M., Johal, S., Johnston, D., & Paton, D. (2016, February). Getting through: How children cope effectively with disaster. Presented at People in Disasters Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand..
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.Tarrant, R.

2015

Ahangama, N., & Prasanna, R. (2015). Role of structural social capital for effective knowledge transfer - A review of literature. , Annual Research Symposium, University of Colombo. Sri Lanka
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Ahangama, N., & Prasanna, R. (2015). Government initiatives to form knowledge networks to promote disaster resilience in Sri Lanka. India: 2nd World Congress on Disaster Management
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Becker, JS., Potter, SH., Hudson-Doyle, EE., Wein, A., & Ratliff, J. (2015). Aftershock communication during the Canterbury earthquakes, New Zealand: Implications for response and recovery in the built environment. http://www.nzsee.org.nz/db/2015/Orals.htm. (pp. 480 - 487). Wellington, New Zealand: New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering Technical Conference 2015
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.

Jayalath, JADUD., Prasanna, R., Perera, HSC., & Samarasinghe, GD. (2015). Relationship between quality and supply chain management practices towards operational performance of Sri Lankan rubber products manufacturing (export) firms. Proceedings of the International research Conference on Management and finance 2015. (pp. 383 - 412). Colombo, Sri Lanka: The 10th International Research Conference on Management and Finance 2015
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Johal, SS. (2015, November). Planning psychological intervention for implementation before, during and after disasters. Presented at Building individual and organisational capacity in the Asia-Pacific region: 4th International Workshop on Psychological Intervention After Disasters. Taipei, Taiwan.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., & Mounsey, Z. (2015, October). Impact of the Canterbury earthquakes on mental health care professionals capability to deliver services during recovery. Presented at 8th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference 2015. Perth, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, S., Mounsey, Z., Tuohy, R., & Johnston, D. (2015, May). Exploring the impact on health services following the Canterbury earthquakes: Comparing GP and nurse experiences. Presented at British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2015. Liverpool, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.

Johal, SS., Mounsey, Z., Tuohy, R., & Johnston, D. (2015, May). Psychological reactions after the Canterbury earthquakes 2010-11: Perspectives from the doctors surgery. Presented at British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2015. Liverpool, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.

Johnston, D., Hudson-Doyle, EE., Pepperell, B., Neely, D., & Becker, J. (2015). Building community resilience to natural hazards in Wellington, New Zealand: linking global programmes to local action. In . G-EVER Promotion Team (Ed.) 2015 International Workshop on Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards and Risks in Asia-Pacific Region: Abstracts Volume. (pp. 8 - 11). Tsukuba, Japan: 2015 International Workshop on Earthquake and Volcanic Hazards and Risks in Asia-Pacific Region
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

2014

Atulugama, S., Prasanna, RP., & Nanayakkara, V. (2014). Earning expected benefits of ERP for insurance organisations in Sri Lanka: Implementation perspective. Proceedings of NITC 2014, Sri Lanka. (pp. 1 - 3). Sri Lanka: National Information Technology Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Prasanna, R.
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Becker, JS., Potter, SH., Wein, A., Ratliff, J., & Hudson-Doyle, EE. (2014). Aftershock communication during the Canterbury earthquakes, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of 7th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference. Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.

Corwin, K., Johnston, DM., Wilson, T., Stewart, C., Jensen, S., Wardman, J., . . . Houghton, B. (2014). Community understanding of volcanic risk in Central and Eastern Washington. Poster session presented at the meeting of 39th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop. Broomfield, Colorado, USA
[Conference Poster] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., Paton, D., & Johnston, D. (2014, June). Exploring Scientific Uncertainty Through Table Top Emergency Management Exercises. Presented at International Research Committee on Disasters Researchers Meeting. University of Colorado at Boulder Natural Hazards Center.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., Paton, D., & Johnston, D. (2014). Exploring Scientific Uncertainty Through Table Top Emergency Management Exercises. , International Research Committee on Disasters Researchers Meeting
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., McClure, J., Paton, D., Potter, S., & Johnston, D. (2014). Communicating Probabilities: From Volcanoes to Aftershocks. , University of Colorado at Boulder Natural Hazards Centre
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., McClure, J., Paton, D., Potter, S., & Johnston, DM. (2014, September). Communicating Science advice, forecasts, warnings and scenarios. Presented at Cities on Volcanoes 8 Conference: Living in Harmony with Volcano: Bridging the Will of Nature to Society 
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., McClure, J., Paton, D., Potter, S., & Johnston, DM. (2014). Communicating Science advice, forecasts, warnings and scenarios. , Cities on Volcanoes 8 Conference: Living in Harmony with Volcano: Bridging the Will of Nature to Society
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., Paton, D., & Johnston, DM. (2014, June). Emergency management decision making in the laboratory: the case of uncertain volcanic advice. Presented at IRDR Conference 2014, Integrated Risk Science: A Tool for Sustainability 
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., Paton, D., & Johnston, DM. (2014). Emergency management decision making in the laboratory: the case of uncertain volcanic advice. (pp. 2 - 2). , IRDR Conference 2014
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

Hudson-Doyle, EE., Sword-Daniels, V., & Athayde, S. (2014, September). interdisciplinary practice and the Risk Interpretation and Action Fraemwork: experiences, challenges and opportunities. Presented at Volcanoes 8 Conference: Living in Harmony with Volcano: Bridging the Will of Nature to Society 
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.

Johal, SS., Mounsey, Z., Tuohy, R., & Johnston, D. (2014). Impact on health services following the Canterbury earthquakes: Comparison of GP and nurse experiences. Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference GNS Science Miscellaneous Series. Vol. 74 (pp. 25 - 25). Wellington, New Zealand: 7th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.

Johal, S. (2014, April). How do disasters affect people and what we can do to help. Presented at Northland Civil Defence Emergency Management Group 9th annual forum. Whangarei, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS. (2014, May). The role of science in integrated disaster risk governance: A New Zealand perspective. Presented at International Symposium of Integrated Disaster Risk Governance. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., McBride, S., Wright, K., & Coyle, F. (2014, December). Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drinkÔÇč: fluid chaos and the re -emergence of order in post-earthquake Christchurch. Presented at Sociological Association of Aotearoa New Zealand. Christchurch.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.Edited by: Johal, S.

Johnston, D., Johnson, V., Becker, J., Leonard, G., Fraser, S., Saunders, W., . . . Wood, N. (2014). Evaluating tsunami education in coastal Washington, USA: A 2001-2012 review.NCEE 2014 - 10th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering: Frontiers of Earthquake Engineering. 
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2014, March). The value of research. Presented at Force Health Protection Conference. Upper Hutt, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2014). History of tsunami planning in New Zealand: 1960 to present. UHPH_14: Landscapes and ecologies of urban and planning history. : 12th Conference of the Australasian Urban History/Planning History Group
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2014, September). Understanding behavioural responses to earthquake shaking using injury data from the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes. Presented at AFAC Conference: "After Disaster Strikes, Learning from Adversity". Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM., Saunders, W., Leonard, G., Beban, J., Wright, K., & Fraser, S. (2014). History of tsunami planning in New Zealand: 1960 to present. In M. Gjerde, & E. Petrovic (Eds.)UHPH_14: Landscapes and ecologies of urban and planning history. : 12th Conference of the Australasian Urban History/Planning History Group
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Kenney, CM., Phibbs, S., Reid, J., Paton, D., & Johnston, D. (2014, June). Community-led Disaster Risk Management: A Māori Response to Ōtautahi (Christchurch) Earthquakes. Presented at Integrated Disaster Risk Science: A Tool for Sustainability. IRDR Conference,. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.Kenney, C.Phibbs, S.

Pierepiekarz, MR., Johnston, D., Barryman, K., Hare, J., Gomberg, J., Williams, R., . . . Weaver, CS.Lessons from the 2010-2011 earthquake sequence in Canterbury, New Zealand. NCEE 2014 - 10th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering: Frontiers of Earthquake Engineering
[Conference] Authored by: Johnston, D.
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Prasanna, RP., Yang, L., & King, M.Human Computer interactrion for Supporting Fire Emergency First Responders. . Melbourne
[Conference Paper] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Wein, AM., Becker, JS., Ratliff, JL., Potter, SH., & Hudson-Doyle, EE. (2014). Aftershock forecast communication for risk reduction in urban areas. : Third International Conference on Urban Disaster Reduction: Sustainable disaster recovery: Addressing risks and uncertainty
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.

2013

Johal, SS. (2013, September). Resilience - The new sustainability?. Presented at NZ Psychological Society Annual Conference 2013. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, S., Mounsey, Z., Tuohy, R., & Johnston, D. (2013). General Practitioners' perspectives on patient mental well-being following disaster. : BPS 2013 Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.

Johal, SS., Mounsey, Z., Tuohy, R., & Johnston, D. (2013). General practitioners perspectives on patient mental well-being following disaster. , British Psychological Society Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2013
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.

Johal, SS. (2013, March). Helping people get through disasters: From altruism to pragmatism and back again. Presented at South Island Emergency Management Conference 2013 - The Way Forward. Nelson, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS. (2013, May). “It’s Allright?”: A research-informed social marketing campaign to assist and enable recovery after the Canterbury earthquake, 2010-11. Presented at Thematic Platform on Emergency & Disaster Risk Management for Health. Geneva, Switzerland.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS. (2013, July). Integrated research on disaster risk. Presented at Joint Meeting 2013 Pacfic Platform for Diaster Risk Management & Pacific Climate Change Round Table. Nadi, Fiji.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johal, S.

Johal, SS., Mounsey, Z., Tuohy, R., & Johnston, D. (2013). The challenges for general practitioners (GPs) following the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes. Proceedings of the Rhise Group Symposium. Vol. 1386 (pp. 15 - 15). : Rhise Group Symposium
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johal, S.Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM., Wilson, T., Kenedi, K., Lindsay, J., & Runge, M. (2013). Preliminary earthquake impact assessment for a future seismic swarm near Al Madinah. Book of Extended Abstracts, Vorsisa Scientific meeting. (pp. 113 - 117). : Vorsisa Scientific meeting
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2013, April). Developing an effective community response to the next "Great East Coast Subduction Zone Earthquake and Tsunami". Presented at GeoPRISMS - Planning Workshop for the NZ Primary Site. Te Papa Museum, Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2013, May). Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR). Presented at Applying science and technology to policy and practice in DRR, 4th Session of Global Platform for DRR. Geneva, Switzerland.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2013, February). Low Risk Does Not Equal No Risk. Presented at 65th Annual Meeting of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. Seattle, USA.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM. (2013, February). Canterbury Earthquake Sequence and its Impacts. Presented at 65th Annual Meeting of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute. Seattle, USA.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Johnston, DM., Fraser, S., Leonard, G., Saunders, W., & Wright, K. (2013). Developing an effective community response to the next "Great East Coast Subduction Zone Earthquake and Tsunami". White Paper for GeoPRISMS. , Planning Workshop for the New Zealand Primary Site Wellington
[Conference Abstract] Authored by: Johnston, D.

Prasanna, R., Yang, L., & King, M. (2013). Human computer interaction for supporting fire emergency first responders. In P. James, C. Hudson, S. Carroll-Bell, & A. Tiang (Eds.) People and the Planet 2013: Transforming the Future. (pp. 1 - 25). Melbourne, Australia: People and the Planet 2013: Transforming the Future
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Rahubadde, RP. (2013, July). Human computer interaction for supporting fire emergency first responders. Presented at People and the Planet 2013: Transforming the Future. RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation] Authored by: Prasanna, R.

Tan, M., Prasanna, R., Hudson-Doyle, E., Stock, KM., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D.A Review: Crisis Informatics and Mobile Applications in Building Resilience.. . Auckland
[Conference Paper] Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.Prasanna, R.Stock, K.

2012

Johnston, D. (2012). The role of multidisciplinary research and collaboration for improving the resilience of communities to volcanic risk. Journal of Applied Volcanology. Vol. 1
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E.Johnston, D.

Johnston, D., Orchiston, C., Weaver, C., J. Becker, S. McBride, D. Paton, J. McClure & T. Wilson. (2012). “Low risk does not equal no risk”: understanding barriers to earthquake risk reduction in low seismic hazard areas. Extended abstract, New Zealand Earthquake Engineering Conference, Christchurch, April 13-15th. Paper 45.  NZSEE-2012_Johnston.pdf (226 KB) 

Wright, K., Johnston, D., Cousins, W.J., McBride, S. (2012). Estimating post-earthquake welfare and sheltering needs following a Wellington earthquake. Extended abstract, New Zealand Earthquake Engineering Conference, Christchurch, April 13-15th. Paper 44. NZSEE-2012_Wright.pdf (175 KB)

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