Emotional Consequences of Nuclear Power Plant Disasters

Bromet, E. (2014). Emotional Consequences of Nuclear Power Plant Disasters. Health Physics. 106(2): 206-210.
This article describes the emotional consequences and resilience of two groups of nuclear power plant disaster survivors: mothers of young children and nuclear plant workers. The authors stress the need for considering physical and mental health "in an integrated fashion," the need for more long-term research, and the need for healthcare providers to be able to recognize and manage psychological symptoms.
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