Psychosocial Recovery

Many people directly experiencing a major natural disaster such as an earthquake will experience psychosocial effects – both individual psychological effects impacting on how people feel and social effects impacting on how they relate to each other. Here is what we have to share.

Briefing paper: The psychosocial consequences of the Canterbury earthquakes

This briefing was given by Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, Chief Science Advi...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey April 2013

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey April 2014

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey April 2015

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2012

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2013

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2014

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2015

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of age...

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Call for Ideas to Remember

In July 2014, CERA led a community engagement process to inform the design...

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Canterbury Wellbeing Index 2014

The Canterbury Wellbeing was a collaborative project across many government...

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Canterbury Wellbeing Index 2015

The Canterbury Wellbeing was a collaborative project across many government...

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Canterbury Wellbeing Index December 2013

The Canterbury Wellbeing was a collaborative project across many government...

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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...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey April 2013

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey April 2014

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey April 2015

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2012

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

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CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2013

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

Read more

CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2014

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

Read more

CERA Wellbeing Survey September 2015

The CERA Wellbeing Survey supplemented the data collected by a range of agencies for the Canterbury Wellbeing Index. It gathered self-reported wellbeing data about quality of life, levels of stress, s...

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Call for Ideas to Remember

In July 2014, CERA led a community engagement process to inform the design of the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial. The Memorial would be a place where people could honour the lives of those who died an...

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Canterbury Wellbeing Index 2014

The Canterbury Wellbeing was a collaborative project across many government agencies which tracked the progress of social recovery following the 2010/ 2011 earthquakes. It used indicators to identify...

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Canterbury Wellbeing Index 2015

The Canterbury Wellbeing was a collaborative project across many government agencies which tracked the progress of social recovery following the 2010/ 2011 earthquakes. It used indicators to identify...

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Canterbury Wellbeing Index December 2013

The Canterbury Wellbeing was a collaborative project across many government agencies which tracked the progress of social recovery following the 2010/ 2011 earthquakes. It used indicators to identify...

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