Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention

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Formerly known as the Association for Disaster and Mass Trauma Studies, the Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention (ATOP) promotes the advancement of knowledge about the immediate and long-term human consequences of traumatic events and promotes effective methods of prevention, relief and restoration to those traumatized and to those treating traumatized populations. This goal is accomplished through the recognition of achievement in the advancement of knowledge in the area and through dissemination of knowledge through discussion, education, training, networking, support of professionals, and collaboration with other trauma organizations in the area, and the use of knowledge transfer media.

Pakistan chapter of Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention:

Muhammed Hassan
Marine Arcade
Apartment No.B/3
1/A, Block-3
Clifton, code 75600
Karachi, Pakistan
E-mail: mhk_23@hotmail.com

Canada chapter of Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention:

Basak Yanar, Ph.D.
Chairperson, Canada
Association for Trauma Outreach & Prevention
Address: 145 Glenholme Avenue, Toronto ON M6E 3C5
E-mail: atop.canada@gmail.com
Phone: 647-230-7209

Democratic Republic of Congo chapter for Association for Trauma Outreach and Prevention:

Samuel Muderhwa
PCR/ Bukavu
PO Box 37 via Cyangugu Rwanda
D.R.Congo
Email: pastor.samuelm@gmail.com
South-Kivu/ Bukavu City
Phone: +243993463279

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