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Combat stress reactions may present in many forms. This study presents three cases from the Gulf War which illustrate the diversity of presentation and demonstrate the ways in which the principles of the management of Combat Stress Reactions--Proximity, Immediacy and Expectancy--can be combined with specific individual therapies.
It has been suggested that there are three major disasters each week world-wide of such a magnitude that local services are overwhelmed. Nurses are frequently involved in assisting in emergencies. This paper reviews current work looking at the impact of working in emergency settings and overseas humanitarian aid work. There is evidence that being at a… (More)
BACKGROUND Members of underrepresented minority (URM) groups are at higher risk of disproportionately experiencing greater breast cancer-related morbidity and mortality and thus, require effective interventions that both appropriately target and tailor to their unique characteristics. OBJECTIVES We sought to describe the targeting and tailoring practices… (More)