The University of Liverpool has brought together experts from across the University to create a set of resources that are designed to help frontline responders prepare for, adapt to and cope with the aftermath of COVID-19.
Titled ‘Project ARES’, the resource content is based on a detailed knowledge of research in responding to critical incidents.
Find out more about Prjoect ARES here.
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