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What are the two most vital elements for sustained good health?

What are the two most vital elements for sustained good health?

Ruth Wozencroft of CRJ Key Network Partner, Q-bital Healthcare Solutions, tells us that on the face ...

The view from a super recogniser

The view from a super recogniser

If you follow the news, it’s impossible to miss the heated debate that is currently surroundin...

Mental health recovery: New book urges NHS to consider ‘Recovery Model’ for itself

Mental health recovery: New book urges NHS to consider ‘Recovery Model’ for itself

Since the 1980s, the Recovery Model has been instrumental in changing the lives of those living with...

How the TERRIFIC project is helping CBRN first responders

How the TERRIFIC project is helping CBRN first responders

Rob Munro outlines the TERRIFFIC – Tools for early and Effective Reconnaissance in c...

Fifteen years after Beslan hostage tragedy, questions still remain

Fifteen years after Beslan hostage tragedy, questions still remain

This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Beslan school hostage taking in North Ossetia, Alania (R...

When disaster strikes, how can you keep your staff safe?

When disaster strikes, how can you keep your staff safe?

Dangerous events can take place at any time and are often unpredictable, making them a huge threat t...

Do we need a bodyguard for Truth?

Do we need a bodyguard for Truth?

In his latest blog, Matt Minshall, member of CRJ's Advisory Panel, asks the question: Has Freed...

Stakeholder mapping: Untangling problems before, during and after a crisis

Stakeholder mapping: Untangling problems before, during and after a crisis

Globalisation and the increasing interdependence of our societal systems are generating multiple lev...

Major incident management: A lawyer's view

Major incident management: A lawyer's view

CRJ was pleased to have been invited to the University of Wolverhampton’s Telford campus (CRJ ...

The danger of heat and cold across Australia

The danger of heat and cold across Australia

Cold temperatures are not nearly as deadly as heat, with around two per cent of all deaths in Austra...

The Amazon Apocalypse?

The Amazon Apocalypse?

Highly publicised spats between international leaders, an emotive social media storm of condemnation...

Gaining new perspectives on using social media during terrorist attacks

Gaining new perspectives on using social media during terrorist attacks

Last June I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Terrorism and Social Media Conference 2019 (...

The disability programme trying to bridge the disconnect between talent and acquisition

The disability programme trying to bridge the disconnect between talent and acquisition

A new UK aid-funded programme directed by Sightsavers in collaboration with various cross-secto...

Problem pests – vicious vectors

Problem pests – vicious vectors

With the rise in temperature over the summer months comes an increase in the number of flying insect...

Bullets or bacterium – in pursuit of the forgotten school intruder

Bullets or bacterium – in pursuit of the forgotten school intruder

David P Perrodin, PhD, examines how the shadow of superbugs - a host of tiny, unseen enemies - could...

Preparing for the storm

Preparing for the storm

The weather is one of those things that is often complained about – but severe weather can hav...

Take stock of your online footprint and beware of threats

Take stock of your online footprint and beware of threats

In a world of every evolving cyber-threat there has never been a more significant time to consider y...

Keeping cool with climate-smart air conditioning

Keeping cool with climate-smart air conditioning

As the world rapidly warms and urbanises, air conditioning is becoming essential for publi...

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