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Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's overview and article takeaways for "Occurrence, prevention, and management of the Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's overview and article takeaways for "Occurrence, prevention, and management of the psychological effects of emerging virus outbreaks on healthcare workers: rapid review and meta-analysis."
Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's reaction to article "The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: Amplification of public health consequences by media exposure."
Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's reaction to "Recommended psychological crisis intervention response to the 2019 novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak in China: a model of West China Hospital."
Now emphasizing staff wellbeing and operational stress, Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's reaction to the IASC’s “Briefing note on addressing mental health and psychosocial aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak” (Version 1.1)
Emphasizing global health program beneficiaries and local stakeholders, Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's reaction to the IASC’s “Briefing note on addressing mental health and psychosocial aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak” (Version 1.1)
Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's reaction to article "Applying the lessons of SARS to pandemic influenza"
Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah's reaction to article "The immediate psychological and occupational impact of the 2003 SARS outbreak in a teaching hospital"
Does your industry include workers who operate in highly demanding environments? Increasingly, one unpredictable concern in a number of settings is the threat of violence.
The attached document accompanied Greenleaf's poster session on Helping the Helpers: Structural Resiliency Interventions at USAID.
How can organizations better discern the specific difficulties faced by their staff? How might we fine tune staff care programs so that prevention and intervention both hit the bull’s-eye for diverse needs and mindsets? How might staff care programs for a subsection of staff induce benefits in multiple levels of our organizations and the communities with whom we work?
Important components of bioethics are routinely underappreciated in cross-cultural and transnational mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) efforts.
The geographic cure. R&R. Regular alcohol use with compatriots in an end-of-day cathartic ritual. Phone calls to family. Many readers will recognize these NGO worker attempts to deal with humanitarian aid stress. Although these
Mental Health Emergencies and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder by Dr. Siddharth Ashvin Shah, CEO and Founder, Greenleaf Integrative
Assessment Report: Stress and Resilience Issues Affecting USAID Personnel in High Operational Stress Environments
This report was commissioned by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in line with a heightened recognition that employers working in the humanitarian space need to fortify how they seek to prevent, and intentionally respond to, the psychosocial difficulties many staff are facing.
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