Robin Cox, Royal Roads University

Associate Professor Humanitarian Studies Victoria, British Columbia robin.cox@royalroads.ca Office: (250) 391-2600 ext. 4855

Bio/Research

Robin Cox is an educator, psychologist, consultant and active member of the Canadian disaster and emergency management community. She is the head of the Disaster and Emergency Management program at Royal Roads University. Her expertise includes the psychosocial dimensions of disasters, disaster r...

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Bio/Research

Robin Cox is an educator, psychologist, consultant and active member of the Canadian disaster and emergency management community. She is the head of the Disaster and Emergency Management program at Royal Roads University. Her expertise includes the psychosocial dimensions of disasters, disaster resilience, and traumatic stress and coping. Her work focuses on supporting individual, workforce and community disaster resilience, participatory approaches to risk reduction, and the development and delivery of training in disaster psychosocial support interventions. Cox is an active researcher and is leading several national research projects focused on child-centered disaster recovery in Canada and the U.S., and disaster resilience assessment and planning at the community level.

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