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Community Response to Disaster: The Role of the Workplace
&NA; Disasters, natural and man‐made, have a considerable impact on communities. Most recently, disasters stemming from terrorist attacks have become a leading cause of concern. The importance ofExpand
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Terrorism and the Behavioral Sciences
  • R. Schouten
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Harvard review of psychiatry
  • 1 November 2010
&NA; Terrorism has existed for millennia and is a phenomenon well‐known to many parts of the world. Americans were forced to recognize this phenomenon, and our vulnerability to it, by two sets ofExpand
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Targeted violence against law enforcement officers.
As highly visible representatives and guardians of society, law enforcement officers (LEOs) are very public figures. Injury or death in the line of duty, whether due to accidents or intentional actsExpand
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Legal Liability and Managed Care
  • R. Schouten
  • Business, Medicine
  • Harvard review of psychiatry
  • 1 September 1993
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Mental Disorders, Personality Traits, and Grievance-Fueled Targeted Violence: The Evidence Base and Implications for Research and Practice
ABSTRACT This article aims to move away from intuitive appeals that link mental disorder with violence such as terrorism, mass murder, and other targeted violence. The article synthesizes theExpand
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Workplace violence and psychiatric practice.
The authors provide an overview of what is known about workplace violence and discuss how to deal with issues of workplace violence that arise in clinical practice. They review myths and facts aboutExpand
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Assessment of Occupational Impairment and Disability From Depression
Objective: Examination of the relationship of impairment to disability in the work psychiatry context and identification of practical strategies for occupational physicians to apply to screening,Expand
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Legal Concerns in Psychosomatic Medicine
In the practice of psychosomatic medicine, psychiatrists frequently encounter issues of legal concern. This article provides an overview of legal topics frequently encountered by the psychiatricExpand
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Commentary: Psychiatric advance directives as tools for enhancing treatment of the mentally ill.
  • R. Schouten
  • Medicine
  • The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry…
  • 2006
In this issue of the Journal, Swanson et al. explore the demand for and utilization of psychiatric advance directives (PADs), and discuss some of the barriers to their greater acceptance. This authorExpand
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Assessing Violence Risk in Threatening Communications
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We analyzed a unique data set of threatening communications to judges that were referred to security personnel for evaluation as constituting potential threats. Expand
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