Briefing paper: The psychosocial consequences of the Canterbury earthquakes

This briefing was given by Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, Chief Science Advisor to the Prime Minister, at a press conference in Christchurch on 10 May 2011. It outlines psychosocial issues following a disaster and identifies psychosocial support available to affected people in Canterbury.

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