Social and Occupational Factors Associated with Psychological Distress and Disorder Among Disaster Responders A Systematic Review

The authors conducted a literature review to determine the social and occupational factors related to the psychological impact of disasters on “any occupational group responding to disasters.” They listed pre-disaster factors (e.g., training and preparedness, general health); during-disaster factors (e.g., duration on site and arrival time); and post-disaster factors (professional support, coping strategies) that had an effect on responders.
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