Social Work Review Issue 25 (2)


Jane Maidment & Raewyn Tudor


Will Marley come home? An exploration of the impacts of the Canterbury earthquakes on people’s relationships with their companion animals
Nikki Evans and Maria Perez-y-Perez

Social work in the Quake zone: Supporting the sustainable development of Christchurch’s eastern communities
Raewyn Tudor

Mind the gap: Post earthquake community wellbeing?
Nicky Cooper-Cabell

Supporting human service workers following the Canterbury earthquakes
Kate van Heugten

In The Zone: Keeping hope alive through shaky times
Vaughan Milner

The Canterbury Earthquakes and refugee communities
Jay Marlowe and Lucy Lou

Social work disaster emergency response within a hospital setting
Penny Maher and Jane Maidment

Gendered violence in natural disasters: Learning from New Orleans, Haiti and Christchurch
Jacqui True

Practice Perspective

Inner City East – One Christchurch community’s story
Raylee Kane and Jenny Smith

Personal reflections: What happens when disaster hits?
Lynne Briggs and Molly Heisenfelt Roark

Reflections from the end of the Earth: Social work planning, preparation and intervention with evacuees on haemodialysis treatment following the 2011 Christchurch earthquake
Anna C. Stewardson & Nicolette Crump


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