Title https://highlandradio.com/2022/11/16/conference-told-defective-block-crisis-is-causing-chronic-toxic-stress/ Degree of recognition Regional Media name/outlet Highland Radio Media type Radio Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 16/11/22 Description A senior psychology lecturer believes people who are impacted by the defective blocks crisis are facing serious trauma.
Speaking at this week’s defective block conference in Letterkenny, Dr Karen Kirby of Ulster University outlined the findings of a study of the impact of the defective blocks scandal on homeowners.
Dr Kirby says the research has shown there is a trauma people will experience if they are living in an affected home.
Describing what’s happening as a slow moving earthquake, Dr Kirby told the conference what’s happening is akin to a natural disaster, and that’s having a detrimental impact on peoples mental and physical health
Producer/Author Highland Radio URL https://highlandradio.com/2022/11/16/conference-told-defective-block-crisis-is-causing-chronic-toxic-stress/ Persons Karen Kirby, Paul Dunlop, Eileen Doherty
|Title||The Science and Societal Impacts of Defective Concrete|
|Location||Atlantic Technical University, Donegal & Ulster University, Magee Campus, Letterkenny & Derry, Ireland|
|Period||15 Nov 2022 → 17 Nov 2022|
- defective concrete