This Medical News article discusses ongoing physical and mental health effects for emergency personnel, recovery and cleanup workers, and volunteers who responded on and after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
This Medical News article discusses the top-viewed articles published in the JAMA family of journals over the past year.
In this Medical News article, experts discuss the importance of screening for intimate partner violence to detect traumatic brain injuries that may lead to serious cognitive deficits.
This JAMA Clinical Evidence Synopsis summarizes data from a Cochrane review of pharmacological interventions for sleepiness and sleep disturbances caused by shift work.
This Rational Clinical Examination Systematic Review examines the utility of self-report screening instruments for posttraumatic stress disorder among primary care and high-risk populations.
This Special Communication reviews data from several health and law enforcement surveillance systems to determine the burden of interpersonal violence in the United States and to explore challenges to and identify opportunities for prevention.
This randomized trial assessed the effectiveness of a brief motivational intervention for preventing heavy drinking and intimate partner violence among women in urban emergency departments (EDs) who experienced or were at risk for both.
To review and summarize the evidence for how best to identify individuals in need of disaster mental health services and triage them to appropriate care, North and Pfefferbaum conducted a search of the peer-reviewed English-language literature on disaster mental health response.
Crosby discusses the importance of and methods for obtaining refugee trauma histories and recognizing the psychological and physical manifestations of trauma characteristic of refugees, and explores how cultural differences and limited English proficiency affect the refugee patient–clinician relationship.
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