Prioritizing Psychological Consequences for Disaster Preparedness and Response A Framework for Addressing the Emotional Behavioral and Cognitive
Meredith, L., Eisenman, D., Tanielian, T., et al. (2010). Prioritizing "Psychological" Consequences for Disaster Preparedness and Response: A Framework for Addressing the Emotional, Behavioral, and Cognitive Effects of Patient Surge in Large-Scale Disasters. (Free registration required.) Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 4(E1-E8).
The authors share guidance for healthcare facilities on how to manage the psychological aspects of large-scale disasters that might involve a surge of psychological casualties.
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