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Five Essential Elements of Immediate and Mid–Term Mass Trauma Intervention: Empirical Evidence
Abstract Given the devastation caused by disasters and mass violence, it is critical that intervention policy be based on the most updated research findings. However, to date, no evidence–basedExpand
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The threat of biological weapons. Prophylaxis and mitigation of psychological and social consequences.
The microbial world is mysterious, threatening, and frightening to most people. The stressors associated with a biological terrorist attack could create high numbers of acute and potentially chronicExpand
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Psychiatric Dimensions of Disaster: Patient Care, Community Consultation, and Preventive Medicine
&NA; The majority of persons exposed to a disaster do well and have only mild, transitory symptoms. However, some individuals develop psychiatric illness postdisaster. Such illnesses include thoseExpand
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Investigation of a Suspected Outbreak of an Unknown Disease among Veterans of Operation Desert Shield/Storm. 123d Army Reserve Command, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, April 1992.
Abstract : In April 1992, a multidisciplinary medical team evaluated symptoms reported by 79 members of the 123rd Army Reserve Command who had served in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.Expand
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Combat Stress Reaction: The Enduring Toll of War
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Psychiatric morbidity in medical and surgical patients evacuated from the Persian Gulf War.
Acute treatment records of all medical and surgical patients evacuated to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., from the Persian Gulf theater (N = 161) were examined to betterExpand
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Debunking the Myth of Panic
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Urosepsis: an unusual presentation of a social phobia.
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Ethics of combat psychiatry.
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