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The City of Los Angeles exemplifies a jurisdiction that conducts its own post-disaster reconnaissance to learn first-hand from how other communities handle disaster (Tierney, 2002). As analysis for policy expands, the concern is that organizations may decline involvement in analysis of policy. Assisting academic researchers may come to be seen as nothing more than a nuisance if organizations are able to support investigations that focus on their specific needs (Tierney, 2002). Investigations into policy research conducted through the Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center’s Quick Response Research Program, funded through the National Science Foundation, typically exemplify analysis of policy.
For example, the Natural Hazards Center’s Quick Response Research Program requires pre-approved human subjects protocol from a researcher’s home institution. This was not a requirement when the program began in the early 1980s. Where the opportunity for quick response research has not been anticipated in advance, Institutional Review Boards or Human Subjects Committees may be able to act quickly, as exemplified by Simpson and Stehr’s (2002) experience. The appropriateness and necessity of the standard approach to consent, geared to experimental research and studies on at-risk populations, is questionable for many forms of quick response research.
2003), both for practice and research. Quick response researchers may face more limited access to key informants and information than they did before September 11th. Having preestablished relationships with organizations to be investigated in the aftermath of a specific event may prove decisive in enabling a researcher to access key decision makers immediately after a disaster. Increase in Potential Health Risks to Quick Response Researchers Since September 11th, there is the increasing specter of biological and chemical terrorist attacks either as independent occurrences or combined with other forms of disaster.
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