Post traumatic stress disorder

Let them See: Effects of Witnessing Resuscitation on Patients’ Loved Ones

Using the EBSCOhost service, a search was conducted using the MEDLINE, CINAHL, the Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection and the APA PsycInfo databases. A further search was conducted on...

PTSD in paramedics: history, conceptual issues and psychometric measures

In 1994, DSM–IV replaced DSM–III, with a major change being the implementation of clinical-significance criterion to almost half of the identified mental disorders, including PTSD (Breslau and...

PTSD, available support and development of services in the UK Ambulance Service

A methodical literature search using well known related databases was undertaken to acquire access to a sufficient information pool, enabling the exploration and formulation of practice...

Post-traumatic stress disorder among ambulance personnel: a review of the literature

Reducing PTSD among emergency ambulance personnel can be achieved by identifying the symptoms and providing the relevant and best treatment options available. The ambulance service has an obligation...

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