Professional Education: Identification, Prevention and Treatment of Medical Traumatic Stress

Lamia P. Barakat, PhD, Director of Psychosocial Services, Division of Oncology, explains that cancer-related post-traumatic stress symptoms are quite common in patients, siblings and parents in the first two years after diagnosis, and describes models for prevention and treatment of medical traumatic stress. This is not offered for CME credit.

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