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Families Separated by a Community Crisis

Presenter: Alan Dick

Alan gives practical advice on how to support families looking for loved ones at hospitals.
Alan Dick has 21 years experience as a social worker and is currently with Sunnybrook Health Science Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Alan’s interest in disaster response was developed through a variety of psychosocial response training programs, but it was the opportunity to respond to the 9/11 attack in New York that got his interest locked in. For this event, Alan was honoured to work for the National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA) with the families impacted by the tragedy, including accompanying them to the Ground Zero. He  is the PS end-user lead for the CBRNE Collaborative and PS Supervisor for Ontario’s Emergency Medical Assistance Team.  Alan is considered a subject matter expert with regards to the psychosocial issues involved in hospital responses to major incidents including mass casualty incidents.


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