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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Citations Report - International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience [1130 Articles]

International Journal of Emergency Mental Health & Human Resilience has published articles which have been cited more than 1128 times by different publishers. Following is the list of articles which were cited by eminent researchers all around the world.

 
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Hamrin V, Iennaco J, Olsen D (2009) A review of ecological factors affecting inpatient psychiatric unit violence: implications for relational and unit cultural improvements. Issues in mental health nursing 30:214-226.

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Flannery RB, Staffieri A, Hildum S, Walker AP (2011) The violence triad and common single precipitants to psychiatric patient assaults on staff: 16-year analysis of the Assaulted Staff Action Program. Psychiatric quarterly 82:85-93.

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Lynch DM, Noel HC (2010) Integrating DSM?IV Factors to Predict Violence in High?Risk Psychiatric Patients. Journal of forensic sciences 55:121-128.

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Marth D. A longitudinal study of differences in staff assaults by responses to residents in a forensic hospital (Doctoral dissertation, University of Missouri--Columbia).

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Lamont S, Brunero S, Bailey A, Woods K (2012) Breakaway technique training as a means of increasing confidence in managing aggression in neuroscience nursing. Australian health review 36:313-319.

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Gonzalez TD (2009) Impact of Active Listening Training at a California State Hospital: A Quantitative Study. ProQuest

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Downey LV, Zun LS, Burke TM (2010) Differences in How Psychiatric Patients Come Into the Emergency Department. Primary Psychiatry 17.

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Peluola A, Mela M, Adelugba OO (2013) A review of violent incidents in a multilevel secure forensic psychiatric hospital: is there a seasonal variation?. Medicine, Science and the Law 53:72-79.

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Pietrzak RH, Schechter CB, Bromet EJ, Katz CL, Reissman DB, et al. (2012) The burden of full and subsyndromal posttraumatic stress disorder among police involved in the World Trade Center rescue and recovery effort. Journal of psychiatric research 46:835-842.

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Miller L (2007) METTLE: Mental toughness training for law enforcement. Looseleaf Law Publications

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Wetherell JL (2012) Complicated grief therapy as a new treatment approach. Dialogues in clinical neuroscience 14:159.

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Miller L (2007) Stress, traumatic stress, and posttraumatic stress syndromes. Stress management in law enforcement 15-39.

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de Puelles Casenave C. Exigencia y (2009) carga emocional del trabajo policial: la intervencin policial ante catstrofes y emergencias masivas. Psicopatologa clnica, legal y forense 9:171-96.

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Miller L (2015) PTSD and Forensic Psychology: Applications to Civil and Criminal Law. Springer

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Van Hasselt VB. SpringerBriefs in Psychology.

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Richardson KM (2015) The surviving sisters club: Examining social support and posttraumatic growth among FDNY 9/11 widows. Journal of Loss and Trauma 21:1-5.

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Singh S, Mishra PC ACTIVE, ADAPTIVE AND MALADAPTIVE COPING STRATEGIES IN RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH OF POLICE PERSONNEL.

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Miller L (2015) Why cops kill: The psychology of police deadly force encounters. Aggression and Violent Behavior 22:97-111.

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Mireles JA Coping with the challenges of being a significant other of a law enforcement officer and a US military reservist (Doctoral dissertation, California State University, Northridge).

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Violanti JM, Fekedulegn D, Charles LE, Andrew ME, Hartley TA (2009) Suicide in police work: Exploring potential contributing influences. American Journal of Criminal Justice 34(1-2):41-53.

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