Lauren Clay
Lauren Clay
D'Youville College; Disaster Research Center, University of Delaware
Verified email at udel.edu
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Resilience and disasters
JM Kendra, LA Clay, KB Gill
Handbook of disaster research, 87-107, 2018
282018
Factors associated with continued food insecurity among households recovering from Hurricane Katrina
LA Clay, MA Papas, KB Gill, DM Abramson
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (8), 1647, 2018
242018
Influence of mental health on disaster preparedness: Findings from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2007–2009
LA Clay, JB Goetschius, MA Papas, J Kendra
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 11 (3), 375-392, 2014
152014
Factors associated with food insecurity following Hurricane Harvey in Texas
LA Clay, AD Ross
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (3), 762, 2020
142020
Application of a theoretical model toward understanding continued food insecurity post hurricane Katrina
LA Clay, MA Papas, K Gill, DM Abramson
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 12 (1), 47-56, 2018
92018
Learning from historic disaster response: reviewing old lessons on disaster mental health
LA Clay, A Greer, J Kendra
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 9 (3), 303-331, 2018
82018
Capital Assets and Rural Resilience: An Analysis of Texas Communities Impacted by Hurricane Harvey
A Ross, LA Clay
Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 8 (1-2), 154-186, 2018
72018
Does preparedness matter? The influence of household preparedness on disaster outcomes during superstorm sandy
LA Clay, JB Goetschius, MA Papas, J Trainor, N Martins, JM Kendra
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 14 (1), 71-79, 2020
32020
Association between long-term stressors and mental health distress following the 2013 Moore tornado: a pilot study
LA Clay, A Greer
Journal of Public Mental Health, 2019
22019
Social capital, neighborhood disorder, and disaster recovery
L Clay, M Papas, D Abramson, J Kendra
Journal of emergency management 15 (4), 233-246, 2017
22017
Impact of Employment, Essential Work, and Risk Factors on Food Access during the COVID-19 Pandemic in New York State
LA Clay, S Rogus
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (4), 1451, 2021
12021
Primary and secondary health impacts of COVID-19 among minority individuals in New York State
LA Clay, S Rogus
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (2), 683, 2021
12021
Field report: Issues in the post-disaster food environment during the immediate response to Hurricane Florence
LA Clay
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2019
12019
Food Insecurity during Long-term Recovery from Hurricane Katrina: A Longitudinal Analysis
LA Clay, MA Papas, KB Gill, DM Abramson
Annals of Epidemiology 27 (8), 527-528, 2017
12017
The influence of community social institutions on individual disaster recovery: A multilevel analysis
LA Clay
University of Delaware, 2014
12014
Bowling Together: Community Social Institutions Protective Against Poor Child Mental Health
LA Clay, DM Abramson
Environmental Justice, 2021
2021
Emerging Risks: Challenges and Opportunities to Adapt, Adjust, and Bolster Resilience to Hazards
L Clay, A Greer, V Marchezini
IV ISA Forum of Sociology (February 23-28, 2021), 2021
2021
Academic Writing in the Health Professions: A Comparison of Two Writing-Intensive Course Models Within a CrossDisciplinary Course
S McCrory-Churchill, L Clay
Imagining SoTL 1, 25-40, 2021
2021
Food Insecurity Prevalence Across Diverse Sites During COVID-19: A Year of Comprehensive Data
MT Niles, EH Belarmino, F Bertmann, E Clark, S Merrill, F Acciai, ...
2021
Awareness Is Not Enough: Frequent Use of Water Pollution Information and Changes to Risky Behavior
AD Ross, A Hotard, M Kamalanathan, R Nolen, D Hala, LA Clay, K Kaiser, ...
Sustainability 12 (20), 8695, 2020
2020
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