Brochures and briefing notes

The PS Centre develops information notes and guidance notes in response to different crisis and topics.

The PS Centre has also developed a range of Information, Education and Communications material, that are suitable to use as handouts during and after crisis. The brochures in various languages can be found in PDF and word files (for easy translation and adaptation) in the “Information, Education and Communications materials” section under “Psychosocial support in emergencies”.

Advice and suggestions for communicators, media and emergency response personnel   FINALtalking about pss in emergencies
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  Self-care posters: “Support Colleagues” and “Take Care” in Arabic – with English translation. Self care posters Arabic and English SARC
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Psychologische Erste Hilfe – Psychological First Aid Brochure translated into German by German Red Cross DRK_GS_Faltblatt_Psychologische Erste_Hilfe_20160804_Druckvorlage
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Two posters with tips on taking care of yourself and your colleagues in Arabic. The posters were originally developed in Myanmar by Christina Bitar, and have now been translated and adapted by Syrian Arab Red Crescent. There are two posters and a pdf with the posters and an English translation.          ... Read more »
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This brief guidance note seeks to provide advice on protecting and supporting the mental health and psychosocial wellbeing of refugees, asylum-seekers and migrants in Europe. It describes key principles and appropriate interventions to guide all those who are designing and organizing emergency services and/or providing direct assistance to the affected people.
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The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies is responding to numerous epidemics worldwide. The cholera outbreak in Haiti in 2010 and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa in 2014 are serious reminders of the importance of raising awareness on the psychosocial effects of epidemics, particularly for individuals and communities with limited access... Read more »
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To ensure that family and friends of delegates obtain as much information as possible in the context of Ebola, this PDF document offers basic information about the disease, the resources available and ways to support a deploying family member or friend.
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The words we use when we talk about psychosocial support matters. It makes a difference when a person is portrayed as a passive victim suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders, when really she is a survivor who is experiencing common emotional reactions to a highly stressful and dangerous situation. With this briefing note, the IFRC Reference Centre... Read more »
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Guidance note for European National Societies, prepared by Europe Zone Office in collaboration with IFRC Reference Center for Psychosocial Support
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