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Reviewing Guidelines - full version

On 21st November 2013 the ISCRAM Board approved new guidelines for reviewing papers at ISCRAM events. The changes will effect paper authors, reviewers and meta-reviewers, and track chairs. The primary goal of these changes is to ensure that ISCRAM papers, of whatever type or length and for whatever event, are reviewed to the highest standards. There are two versions: a condensed version (4 pages) for experienced reviewers, and a full version (16 pages) for less-experienced reviewers.

The ISCRAM Future Threat Delphi: Nostradamus Revisited

During a 5 month period from November 2011 to March 2012, 36 professionals participated in an exploratory two-round Delphi to develop a list of 86 threats in 11 categories important for the next decade which they felt were not now receiving adequate planning or adequate development of mitigation options.  This involved 14 academics studying Emergency Preparedness and Management, eight practitioners in Emergency Management, and 14 professionals in other related fields.  A list of those involved is provided, excluding those participants who requested anonymity.   Read more about The ISCRAM Future Threat Delphi: Nostradamus Revisited

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Publications and Academic Standards Committee

The Publications and Academic Standards Committee (PASC) is an advisory resource for the Board, a strategic and policy making body for ISCRAM publications, and a support group for publication editors and the academic community. Its mission is to enhance the quality and promote the professional stature of ISCRAM communication products and academic services.

The PASC members are Ioannis Dokas, Miguel Ramírez, Cristina Rodríguez, Reza Nourjou, Murray Turoff, Magiswary Dorasamy, Joao Porto, Gabriela Prelipcean, Anna Stachowicz, Víctor Bañuls (Chair) and Radmila Juric. Read more about Publications and Academic Standards Committee

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