- Author:Jeff Mitchell Ph.D.,Grady Bray Ph.D.
- Publisher:Pearson; 1 edition (October 11, 1989)
- Pages:183 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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by Jeff Mitchell P. Author), Grady Bray P. A must read for all involved in Emergency Services written by the foremost expert on CISM/CISD.
by Jeff Mitchell P. ISBN-13: 978-0893036874. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Book Condition: Very Good: Cover and pages show some wear from reading and storage.
Mitchell, Jeffrey T; Bray, Grady . Includes bibliographical references and index.
Mitchell, Jeffrey T; Bray, Grady P. Publication date. Emergency medical personnel, Emergency medical personnel, Stress management. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City.
Finally-an entire book devoted to the issue of stress in the emergency services! From reducing turnover due to burnout, to life-long stress management techniques to Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD), this guide provides valuable information on handling stress fo. .
Finally-an entire book devoted to the issue of stress in the emergency services! From reducing turnover due to burnout, to life-long stress management techniques to Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD), this guide provides valuable information on handling stress for those in public safety professions. This book also meets CEU requirements for a weekend course. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources.
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book by Grady P. Bray. Dr Mitchell is the worlds leading authority on CISD/CISM and has conveyed his vast knowledge through this book! 0. Report.
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Emergency services stress: Guidelines for preserving the health and careers of emergency services personnel. This may play a particular role in emergency medical personnel (EMP) dealing with critical situations. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Psychische Belastung in Abhängigkeit von der Persönlichkeit bei Notärzten. So far very little is known about personality traits that distinguish paramedics (PM) and emergency physicians (EP) from other medical staff.
Jeff Mitchell answers Questions about CISM & CISD. However, less than 5% of emergency services personnel will develop long-term PTSD symptomatology. Critical Incident Stress Management. Emergency services organizations, for example, usually list the Terrible Ten. They are: Line of duty deaths. That percentage increases when responders endure the death of a co-worker in the line of duty. This rate is only slightly higher than the general population average of 3–4%, which indicates that despite the remarkably high levels of exposure to trauma, emergency workers are resilient, and people who join the field may self-select for emotional resilience.
guidelines for preserving the health and careers of emergency services . by Jeffrey T. Mitchell.
guidelines for preserving the health and careers of emergency services personnel. Published 1990 by Prentice Hall in Englewood Cliffs, . Job stress, Mental health, In library, Stress management, Emergency medical personnel. Continuing education series, Continuing education series (Englewood Cliffs, .
Mitchell, JT, Bray, G: Emergency Services Stress: Guidelines for Preserving The Health And Careers of Emergency Services Personnel. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1990. 6. Duffy, J: The role of CMHCs in airport disasters. Technical Assistance Center Report 1979;2:1:7–9. 7. Glass, AJ: Psychological aspects of disaster. JAMA 1959;171:222–225. 8. Brown H, Weiners, Akabas, S, Sommer, J (eds) In: Mental Health Care in the World of Work. New York Association Press, 1973. 9. Appelbaum, SH: Stress Management For Health Care Professionals.