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  • stressful
  • With a response rate of close to 70%, they found that the vast majority of resident respondents experienced at least one work-related stressful event and around 5% screened positive for PTSD arising from the most stressful event in training when using a standard cutoff score from the PTSD checklist for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). (springer.com)
  • dose
  • Glucocorticoid exposure at the dose used clinically alters cytoskeletal proteins and presynaptic terminals in the fetal baboon brain. (springer.com)
  • feelings
  • Answer= D.Rationale: The client must first deal with feelings and negative responses before the client can work through the meaning of the crisis. (slideshare.net)
  • The therapeutic response to the client is 1: I don't see you as a failure 2: YOU HAVE EVERYTHING TO LIVE FOR 3: FEELING LIKE THIS IS ALL PART OF BEIBG ILL 4"YOU HAVE BEEN FEELING LIKE A FAILURE FOR A WHILE" Answer= 4Rationale: Responding to the feelings expressed by a client is an effective therapeutic communication technique. (slideshare.net)
  • potential
  • Then it covers the outreach of a scratch team of local health professionals to potential casualties, documents the response in terms of the symptomatology presented, and describes the interventions undertaken. (massey.ac.nz)
  • childhood
  • Lower socioeconomic status, lower education, exposure to prior trauma (especially childhood), childhood adversity (economic deprivation, family dysfunction, parental separation or death), cultural characteristics (fatalistic or self-blaming coping strategies), lower intelligence, minority racial / ethnic status, and a family psychiatric history. (myptsd.com)
  • specific
  • An online course for federal, state, and local public health and other health professionals that highlights preparedness and response resources and tools specific to the field of reproductive health in emergencies. (cdc.gov)
  • The Reproductive Health in Emergency Preparedness and Response course highlights preparedness and response resources and tools specific to the field of reproductive health in emergencies. (cdc.gov)
  • These are a set of industry questionnaires that have been tailored to find specific responses across a range of emotional, individual and lifestyle aspects. (myptsd.com)
  • important
  • This literature suggests that the preconception and perinatal periods offer important opportunities for the prevention of deleterious fetal exposures. (beds.ac.uk)
  • high
  • When I have posted on Emergency Medicine in the past, it has stimulated a high volume of responses, some good, some bad and some ugly. (com.es)
  • patient
  • If an ER physician holds back on a CAT scan of the abdomen on a patient who has a stomach ache, and directs the patient to see his doctor in 48 hours, what is the ER physician's legal exposure if the patient skips this appointment and ends up having appendicitis? (com.es)
  • individuals
  • One year after the hurricane, suicidal ideation in the population as a whole was present in 6.4% of individuals surveyed, and serious mental illness was increased by 89.2%, PTSD by 31.9%, and suicidality by 61.6% from baseline levels (3). (aagponline.org)
  • Emotional costs to the individuals and their families. (com.es)
  • events
  • Certain genotypes may either be protective or increase risk of PTSD after exposure to traumatic events. (myptsd.com)
  • recovery
  • The first, a dataset of Gail Ironson's, on Florida residents' recovery from Hurricane Andrew (N = 168), was analyzed for SES associations by Chuck Carver. (ucsf.edu)
  • aspects
  • The response of the Tuvalu Government was to establish a Commission of Inquiry into the causes of the fire, and to seek the help of a trauma consultant from New Zealand in dealing with the human aspects of the aftermath. (massey.ac.nz)
  • level
  • A second goal for the editorial is to discuss the role of the professional virtues in preventing and managing these adversities, with an emphasis on responses at the level of health care organizations and residency training programs. (springer.com)