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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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The articles published in International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience have been cited 166 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience.

 
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Forchuk, C., Reiss, J., Eichstedt, J., Singh, D., Collins, K., Rudnick, A., et al., (2016). The Youth-Mental Health Engagement Network: An Exploratory Pilot Study of a Smartphone and Computer-Based Personal Health Record for Youth Experiencing Depressive Symptoms. International Journal of Mental Health, 45(3), 205-22.

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Aruna, G. Research and Reviews: Journal of Medical and Health Sciences.

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Paneque, R.J. & Carvajal, J.R. Enfermedades y riesgos laborales en trabajadores de servicios de urgencia: revisión de la literatura y acercamiento a Chile.

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Paneque, R.J. (2016). Caracterización de la salud laboral y riesgo de accidentes laborales de los trabajadores que cubren turnos urgencia en Chile. Santiago.

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Pourshaikhian, M., Khorasani-Zavareh, D., Gorji, H.A., Aryankhesal, A. & Barati, A. (2016). Workplace violence process against emergency medical services staffs: a grounded theory. Global journal of health science, 8(12), 213.

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Dorestan, N., Dargahi-Malamir, M., Bahadoram, S. & Bahadoram, M. (2016). Violence in the Emergency Department: Physicians, Medical Staff, and Patients. International Journal of High Risk Behaviors and Addiction, 5(4).

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Purcell, N., Shovein, E., Hebenstreit, C. & Drexler, M. (2016). Violence in a US Veterans Affairs healthcare system: Worker perspectives on prevalence, causes, and contributors. Policy and Practice in Health and Safety, 19, 1-9.

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Darian, A.A., Masoumi, K. & Forouzan, A. (2015). A Survey of Violence against Patients and Staff Working in the Emergency Department in Ahvaz, Iran. Trends in Medical Research, 10(1), 19-25.

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Ramacciati, N., Ceccagnoli, A., Addey, B., Lumini, E. & Rasero, L. (2016). Interventions to reduce the risk of violence toward emergency department staff: current approaches. Open Access Emergency Medicine: OAEM, 8, 17.

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Carlström, E. & Fredén, L. (2016). The first single responders in Sweden–Evaluation of a pre-hospital single staffed unit. International emergency nursing.

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Kristman, V.L., Shaw, W.S., Boot, C.R., Delclos, G.L., Sullivan, M.J. & Ehrhart, M.G. (2016). Researching complex and multi-level workplace factors affecting disability and prolonged sickness absence. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 26(4), 399-416.

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Paneque, R.J. & Carvajal, J.R. Occupational hazards and diseases among workers in emergency services: a literature review with special emphasis on Chile.

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Rahmani, K., Hashemi Nazari, S.S. & Ghadirzadeh, M.R. (2016). Trend Analysis of Traffic Accidents Deaths in Iran During 2006–2012: Hospital or Pre-Hospital Occurred Deaths. Journal of Rafsanjan University of Medical Sciences. 15(2), 115-28.

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Platt, J.M., Lowe, S.R., Galea, S., Norris, F.H. & Koenen, K.C. (2016). A longitudinal study of the bidirectional relationship between social support and posttraumatic stress following a natural disaster. Journal of traumatic stress, 29(3), 205-13.

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Brolles, L., Derivois, D., Joseph, N.E., Karray, A., Guillier Pasut, N., Cénat, J.M., et al., (2016). Art workshop with Haitian street children in a post-earthquake context: Resilience, relationship and socialisation. International Journal of Art Therapy, 1-6.

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Karray, A., Derivois, D., Brolles, L. & Buzaglo, I.W. (2016). La reconstruction des enveloppes psychiques et environnementales dans les dessins d’enfants des rues en Haïti: une étude post-séisme. L'Évolution Psychiatrique.

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Iranmahbook, A.K., Kierans, A.S., Huang, C., Ream, J.M. & Rosenkrantz, A.B. (2016). Preliminary investigation of whole-pancreas 3D histogram ADC metrics for predicting progression of acute pancreatitis. Clinical Imaging.

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Restrepo, R., Hagerott, H.E., Kulkarni, S., Yasrebi, M. & Lee, E.Y. (2016). Acute Pancreatitis in Pediatric Patients: Demographics, Etiology, and Diagnostic Imaging. American Journal of Roentgenology, 206(3), 632-44.

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Kawashima, Y., Nishi, D., Noguchi, H., Usuki, M., Yamashita, A., Koido, Y., et al., (2016). Post-traumatic stress symptoms and burnout among medical rescue workers 4 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake: a longitudinal study. Disaster medicine and public health preparedness, 1-6.

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Andersen, J.P., Papazoglou, K., Arnetz, B.B. & Collins, P.I. (2015). Mental preparedness as a pathway to police resilience and optimal functioning in the line of duty. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 17(3), 624-7.

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