The Moderating Impact Of Interacting With Distressed Families Of Decedents On Trauma Exposure In Medical Examiner Personnel

Title

The Moderating Impact Of Interacting With Distressed Families Of Decedents On Trauma Exposure In Medical Examiner Personnel

Creator

Coleman J A; Delahanty D L; Schwartz J; Murani K; Brondolo E

Publisher

Psychological Trauma-Theory Research Practice and Policy

Date

2016
2016-11

Subject

comorbidity; compassion fatigue; depression; disaster; medical examiner; mental-health; posttraumatic stress; posttraumatic-stress-disorder; prevalence; professionals; Psychiatry; Psychology; ptsd symptoms; trauma exposure; workers

Identifier

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

668-675

Issue

6

Volume

8

Citation

Coleman J A; Delahanty D L; Schwartz J; Murani K; Brondolo E, “The Moderating Impact Of Interacting With Distressed Families Of Decedents On Trauma Exposure In Medical Examiner Personnel,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed February 25, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9201.

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