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Are medical students in prehospital care at risk of moral injury?
BACKGROUND: The term 'moral injury' may be useful in conceptualising the negative psychological effects of delivering emergency and prehospital medicine as it provides a non-pathological framework for understanding these ...
“Christ offered salvation, and not an easy life”: How do port chaplains make sense of providing welfare for seafarers? An idiographic, phenomenological approach analysis
(Via Medica, 2016-06-28)
Background: The shipping industry has historically leaned towards a biomedical model of health when assessing, treating and caring for seafarers. In recent years there has been more concern for the mental health of seafarers ...
Mental health care for medical staff and affiliated healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
<jats:p> The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented challenge for society. Supporting the mental health of medical staff and affiliated healthcare workers (staff) is a critical part of the public health response. This paper ...
Moral injury and paramedic practice
(Mark Allen Healthcare, 2019-10-02)
Women's experiences of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain: A systematic review.
OBJECTIVE: to systematically review the available studies which relay the experience of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and how this affects women psychologically and emotionally. METHOD: a systematic review and ...