Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Development of mental health first aid guidelines on how a member of the public can support a person affected by a traumatic event: a Delphi study
Hyperarousal symptoms are usually constant, instead of being triggered by
things that remind one of the traumatic event. They can make the person feel
stressed and angry. These symptoms may make it hard to do daily tasks, such
as sleeping, eating, or concentrating.
It’s natural to have some of these symptoms after a dangerous event.
Sometimes people have very serious symptoms that go away after a few
weeks. This is called acute stress disorder, or ASD. When the symptoms last
more than a few weeks and become an ongoing problem, they might be PTSD.
Some people with PTSD don’t show...
In this paper we study the question, whether the technique
of botnet tracking can be extended to analyze and mitigate P2P
based botnets. Roughly speaking, we adapt the three steps of
botnet tracking in the following way using Storm Worm as a
case study: In the ﬁrst step, we must get hold of a copy of the
bot binary. In the case of this botnet, we use spam traps to col-
lect Storm Worm generated spam and client side honeypots to
simulate the infection process.
Thus, for a node x of depth d, it takes d tuples that fall
within an ERD to be produced before the ERD reaches
node x. Note that these d tuple productions do not have to
be consecutive as long as the matching ERD that diffuses
to node x does not get removed from the ERD cache of its
ancestor nodes on its way. Further, note that despite the
fact that it takes d tuples before node x receives the ERD,
these tuples get forwarded fewer and fewer times while the
ERD gets closer and closer to x. In...
Getting sued for medical malpractice is one of the most traumatic events of a physician's career.
This text will guide doctors and physicians through the process from the moment they receive a summons until the after-trial appeal process.
Our study panel began deliberations with significantly divergent
views on the meaning of the concept of “psychological consequences”
and the definition of terrorism. In addition we had many perspectives on
the appropriate preventive and therapeutic roles of public health and
mental health systems with respect to the psychological consequences of
terrorism. We agreed that terrorism affected humans in all walks of life
and that societal terrorists are as diverse as the individuals they terrorize
Recovered memories refers to the recall of traumatic events, typically of
sexual abuse in childhood, by adults who have exhibited little or no previous
awareness of such experiences. The controversy over the reliability
and veracity of such memories has not only split families, but also the
psychological profession. The debate has continued, as much in the sober
pages of scientific and professional journals, as in the public arenas of
press, television and popular books.
Emotional Expression. Emotional expression, sometimes considered the antithesis
of repression, is the ability to acknowledge and express emotions. The literature demon-
strates a positive association between emotional expression and health (Pennebaker, 1989;
Pennebaker & Beall, 1986). Findings indicate that emotional expression of negative and
traumatic events has a salutary influence on immune functions and resistance to illness.
book tells a true story—true in that the events actu-ally happened, and also in that I have told it honestly, tothe best of my ability. Although I cannot recall verbatim dia-logue from nearly three decades ago, which is when the ma- jority of this book takes place, I do remember many speciﬁcconversations, and have recreated them in ways that feelaccurate in both word choice and in sentiment
Traumatic brain injury has been major cause of mortality and morbidity worldwide,
especially in children and young adults and it has been continuing a difficult problem in
intensive care units.
Brain trauma can be caused by a direct impact or by acceleration alone.
Early-Onset drinkers or ‘Survivors’ are those people who have a continuing problem with
alcohol which developed in earlier life. It is thought that two thirds of elderly problem
drinkers have had an early onset of alcohol misuse. However, because of the health risks
connected to heavy drinking and dependence on alcohol, the chances of reaching old age
are reduced - one estimate is that the life span of a problem drinker may be shortened by
on average ten to fifteen years.
Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 77. Approach to the Patient with Cancer
Approach to the Patient with Cancer: Introduction The application of current treatment techniques (surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and biological therapy) results in the cure of nearly two of three patients diagnosed with cancer. Nevertheless, patients experience the diagnosis of cancer as one of the most traumatic and revolutionary events that has ever happened to them.
The application of current treatment techniques (surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and biological therapy) results in the cure of nearly two of three patients diagnosed with cancer. Nevertheless, patients experience the diagnosis of cancer as one of the most traumatic and revolutionary events that has ever happened to them. Independent of prognosis, the diagnosis brings with it a change in a person's self-image and in his or her role in the home and workplace.