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February/March 2011 (vol. 07/5)

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Managing traumatic stress at work

An organisational approach to the management of potentially traumatic events

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Trauma Risk Management (TRiM) is an evidence-based peer-support system that helps organisations deal with the psychological aftermath of traumatic events. Professor Neil Greenberg explains.   

ALL organisations are required to consider the effects of ‘stress at work’1; however, the particular nature of occupational stressors can vary considerably. For instance, the difficulties faced by British soldiers in Afghanistan are substantially dissimilar to…

Professor Neil Greenberg is a visiting professor of psychiatry at King’s College London. He provides a clinical and advisory service to a wide variety of organisations that predictably place their personnel in harm’s way

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Occupational Health at Work February/March 2011 (vol. 07/5) pp22-26

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