This course introduces the student to a general overview of terrorism and the potential psychological effects of terrorist events on victims. The course will also provide emergency responders with appropriate skills to use at the terrorist scene to mitigate the psychological impact to the victims. The course will address the effects of terrorist events on the emergency responders themselves and offer specific techniques that the responders can use in responding to victims and other responders.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
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