Critical curriculum for emergency management leaders: three essential themes
Woodbury, Glen L.
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The discipline of emergency management has been evolving in scope and priority at an accelerating rate over the past decade. But the educational opportunities and focus areas have not necessarily kept pace with this change. While the volume of higher education curriculum has increased, three key thematic areas must be addressed as the baseline of knowledge for emergency management professionals: 1) hazard and threat science, 2) sociological and psychological considerations, and 3) prevention/mitigation principles.
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