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(p. 137) The Role of Religion, Spirituality, and Faith-Based Community in Coping With Acts of Terrorism 

(p. 137) The Role of Religion, Spirituality, and Faith-Based Community in Coping With Acts of Terrorism
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(p. 137) The Role of Religion, Spirituality, and Faith-Based Community in Coping With Acts of Terrorism
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Timothy A. Kelly

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195172492.003.0010
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date: 14 July 2020

Chapter 10 discusses the role of religion, spirituality, and faith-based community in coping with acts of terrorism. It explores critical incident stress management (CISM) as a trauma care standard, and the role of religion and spirituality in coping with trauma, and also presents recommendations and next steps for emergency health professionals, the individual, for the faith-based community, and research.

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