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Stress study surprises

Sunday 16 April 2017 4:47pm

Front-line workers responding to the February 2011 Christchurch earthquake who had better personal support networks were just as likely to experience persistent post-traumatic stress disorder as others.

University of Otago Associate Prof David McBride made that point during a recent talk about the health of veterans and "front-line workers".

Read the full article on the Otago Daily Times website