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Event Summaries About Coping with Traumatic Events

NIMH Workshop on Child Maltreatment and Trauma: Integrating Biological, Cognitive, and Social Trajectories of Development

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Location: Bethesda, Maryland

Description: In August 2010, NIMH convened a multidisciplinary workshop to discuss the state of empirical knowledge about, and opportunities regarding, the psychological and biological consequences of maltreatment in children.

Sponsors: National Institute of Mental Health

Prevention of Traumatic Stress Disorders in High-Risk Occupations: Current Knowledge and Research Opportunities

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Location: Bethesda, Maryland

Description: The NIMH Office of Prevention and the Division of Adult Translational Research and Treatment Development, Traumatic Stress Disorders Research Program, held a meeting involving trauma researchers, prevention scientists, and subject-matter experts responsible for preparing civilian and military personnel for disaster response, mass casualty events, and combat.

Early Psychological Intervention Following Mass Trauma: Present and Future Directions

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Location: New York

Description: NIMH partnered with the New York Medical College and School of Public Health and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Center for Study of Traumatic Stress, for a meeting of trauma and early intervention experts.