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Psychological Aspects of Major Incidents 

Psychological Aspects of Major Incidents
Psychological Aspects of Major Incidents

Ian Greaves

and Paul Hunt

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date: 18 October 2021

Chapter 14 covers information on individual risk factors, adverse psychological effects, post-traumatic stress disorder, psychological ‘first aid’, management of mental health issues, components of an effective response, dealing with psychological problems in emergency personnel, mass sociogenic illness, behavioural changes following an incident, and psychological problems in children.

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