Work stress and posttraumatic stress disorder in ED nurses/personnel.
Work-related stress in the emergency department previously has been linked to depression and burnout; however, these findings have not been extended to the development of anxiety disorders, such as posttraumatic stress disorder .
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#1 May 14, 2013
With no science, the mental Health Industry and all their horse manure is now attempting to eat their own in the medical profession using the sympathy for PTSD which doesn't exist, and never has existed as a catalyst of their corruption. Money making scam.
Since: Apr 13
#2 May 15, 2013
thanks for the info. very informative
#3 May 15, 2013
PTSD is primarily treated by mind drugs. Depression drugs have a killing record.
Would you want some last in their class nurse or some out island educated doctor in a mill school on mind drugs and giving care to you or a love one?
Look what already happened in the society. Don't overlook cover ups and the non mentioned.
Death, violence, erratic behavior and the suicide by mind drugs
The military has quite a record too.
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