The Effect of Risk Communication on Public Behavior to Non-Conventional Terrorism-Randomized Control Trial
Bodas, M., Ragoler, M., Rabby, Y., et al. (2021). The Effect of Risk Communication on Public Behavior to Non-Conventional Terrorism-Randomized Control Trial. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 19(1):342.
This article describes a study conducted in Israel to understand how the public would seek healthcare in the aftermath of a non-conventional terrorism event. When study participants were exposed to risk communication about these events, they reported being more likely to seek medical care. The findings emphasize the importance of risk communication on the public’s behaviors after terrorism or other emergencies.