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Critical incident stress management.
AAOHN J. 2000 Oct; 48(10):487-97; quiz 498-9.AJ

Abstract

Recent studies have indicated implementation of the CISM Program has impacted and reduced the cost of workers' compensation claims for stress related conditions and the number of lost work days (Ott, 1997; Western Management Consultants, 1996). Occupational health professionals need to be ready to develop and implement a comprehensive critical incident stress management process in anticipation of a major event. The ability to organize, lead, or administer critical incident stress debriefings for affected employees is a key role for the occupational health professional. Familiarity with these concepts and the ability to identify a critical incident enhances value to the business by mitigating the stress and impact to the workplace. Critical Incident Stress Management Systems have the potential for decreasing stress and restoring employees to normal life function--a win/win situation for both the employees and the organization.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Global Occupational Health Services, IBM Corporation, Boulder, CO, USA.No affiliation info availableNo affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

11760259

Citation

Lim, J J., et al. "Critical Incident Stress Management." AAOHN Journal : Official Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, vol. 48, no. 10, 2000, pp. 487-97; quiz 498-9.
Lim JJ, Childs J, Gonsalves K. Critical incident stress management. AAOHN J. 2000;48(10):487-97; quiz 498-9.
Lim, J. J., Childs, J., & Gonsalves, K. (2000). Critical incident stress management. AAOHN Journal : Official Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, 48(10), 487-97; quiz 498-9.
Lim JJ, Childs J, Gonsalves K. Critical Incident Stress Management. AAOHN J. 2000;48(10):487-97; quiz 498-9. PubMed PMID: 11760259.
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