External resources and reports

In this section, you can find key reports and guidelines that are not published by the PS Centre. The publications in this section are endorsed by the PS Centre.

For a broader selection of materials about psychosocial support, we recommend that you browse the “Ressources” section of the Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Network.

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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WHO facilitator guide on Psychological First Aid for Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak is a useful resource designed to orient support staff, volunteers and delegates responding to the epidemic and offering psychological first aid (PFA) to affected communities.
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In order to provide psychosocial support to staff, volunteers and delegates responding to the outbreak of such a deadly and infectious disease, the PS Centre has developed a briefing note on psychosocial support in the context of Ebola. Other useful documents and information are included in the following briefing package.
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Afin de fournir un soutien psychosocial aux employés, les bénévoles et les délégués qui ont répondu à l'apparition d'une telle maladie mortelle et contagieuse, le Centre Psychosocial de l’IFRC a développé une note d'information sur le soutien psychosocial dans le cadre d'Ebola. Autres documents d'orientation pertinents sont inclus dans la trousse d'information.
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Download zip file containing: Evaluation of Ebola response – Uganda (2013) Psychological first aid (WHO, 2011)
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SPS articles et rapports contextuels Fichier zippé composé de: Evaluation of Ebola response – Uganda (2013)-EN Premiers secours psychologiques (WHO, 2011)-FR
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