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Trauma among emergency responders and terrorism investigators: Suggestions for conducting needed research
Journal of Emergency Management
This article discusses the paucity of information that exists concerning the traumas and stresses that affect emergency responders (ERs) and terrorism investigators (TIs). There has not yet been an indepth, phenomenological, qualitative study examining the perceptions of ERs or TIs during and after emergency incidents to determine whether their experiences led to serious stress or trauma.More research is needed concerning the work experiences of these individuals, which is often dangerous,doi:10.5055/jem.2006.0031 fatcat:qjgytvg4rndxbpajes2oqz4t4q