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July 13, 2015

A Psychosocial Risk Assessment and Management Framework to Enhance Response to CBRN Terrorism Threats and Attacks

A Psychosocial Risk Assessment and Management Framework to Enhance Response to CBRN Terrorism Threats and Attacks. Evidence in the disaster mental health literature indicates that psychosocial consequences of terrorism are a critical component of chemical, biological,...
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Leadership During a Crisis

Leadership During a Crisis. Bombings In London And Madrid, The Tsunami In  Southeast Asia, Sars -All Are Horrific  Reminders  That No Leader  Can Afford To Be Unprepared. In Times Of Crisis, People Look To The Public Sector For Leadership.  Government Executives Become The Focal...
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Abstracts – 14th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine

Abstracts – 14th World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine. The objectives of this presentation are to: (1) familiarize participants with the INCMCE; and (2)demonstrate a representative module of the INCMCE curriculum. The first completed module, called “The Tippi...
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Ready, aye ready? Support mechanisms for healthcare workers in emergency planning

Ready, aye ready? Support mechanisms for healthcare workers in emergency planning: A critical gap analysis of three hospital emergency plans. Background: In response to the 2003 global out­break of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARSJ, and the threat of pandemic influenza,...
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Public Perception of Population Health Risks

Public Perception of Population Health Risks in Canada: Health Hazards and Sources of Information. A national survey of health risk perception among 1,503 Canadians was conducted in 2004. The current survey follows-up a previous national survey conducted in 1992 and documents...
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Looking inside the black box

Looking inside the black box: a theory-based process evaluation alongside a randomised controlled trial of printed educational materials (the Ontario printed educational message, OPEM) to improve referral and prescribing practices in primary care in Ontario, Canada. Background:...
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Organizational learning among senior public-service executives

Organizational learning among senior public-service executives: An empirical investigation of culture, decisional latitude and supportive communication. Abstract: For several years, organizational learning has been a concept of interest in the search for efficiency, innovation,...
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Lien Entre Les Stresseurs Organisationnels Et L’état De Santé

Lien Entre Les Stresseurs Organisationnels Et L’état De Santé:  Vérification Du Rôle Médiateur Du Stress Psychologique. Cette étude cherche à vérifier les effets directs des stresseurs organisationnels sur l’état de santé ainsi que leurs effets indirects, c’està-dire médiatisés...
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Le superviseur : un facteur déterminant de l’engagement

Le superviseur : un facteur déterminant de l’engagement organisationnel. L’engagement affectif envers une organization (commitment) est considéré comme un determinant majeur de multiples comportements organisationnels tels que l’absentéisme, le roulement du personnel et le...
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If Schools Are Closed, Who Will Watch Our Kids?

If Schools Are Closed, Who Will Watch Our Kids? Family Caregiving and Other Sources of Role Conflict among Nurses during Large Scale Outbreaks. Objectives: The global impact of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) brought attention to the role of healthcare professionals ...
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