In this issue (Vol, 7, no. 3) , the International Journal of Emergency Services (IJES) is publishing six original articles that explore search and rescue operations, dealing with blame culture, cost effectiveness in emergency services, leadership mentoring, social media and how volunteers process information during times of tragedy and crisis. These papers seek to close the information gap by making significant contributions to the emergency management literature and the way we view the role of emergency management practitioners.
|Journal||International Journal of Emergency Services|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 18 Oct 2018|
- Emergency services management
- blame culture
- disaster planning