The CDC´s website offers information and guidelines for protection and prevention of health risks arising from possible terrorist attacks.
This article describes the possible health impact of terror attacks on children and offers guidelines for hospitals to prepare for such events.
This manual by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services offers guidelines to first responders in assisting survivors of terrorism and their families. It focuses on psychological assistance.
The U.K´s NHS` website offers guidance and contacts for victims of terrorist attacks and offers advice for persons supporting them.
The UN´s support website provides civil society, governmental and inter-governmental resources and contacts for victims of terrorism.
The website Victim Support Europe is designed to provide information and support to victims of terrorist attacks. It also provides contacts to local groups or agencies dedicated to support those who suffered from terrorism.
The document, which emerged from the H2020-project TAKEDOWN, provides a set of policy recommendations für die fields of radicalisation, terrorsim and organized crime.
This guide published by the british NaCTSO contains advice and guidance for those owning a or working in a “crowded place”, for instance cinemas or hospitals. It aims to reduce the potential threat of terrorism for these places and those working there.
This manual developed by the Canadian Justice Department focuses on victims of terrorism. It aims to inform about victimisation and psychological problems resulting from an attack. The manual intends to facilitate cooperation with victims.
The website of the American Red Cross gives advice to the general public on how to prepare for, respond during and deal with the results of a terrorist attack.
The website of “Tuesday's Children” offers support and guidance for those having suffered from for instance a terrorist attack. It focuses on children and also offers physical programs in the US.
This guide developed by the Task Force on Terrorism among others focuses on the psychosocial Implications of disasters or terrorism on children. It aims to guide the response of Paediatricians but can be useful for everyone dealing with children.