Run time: 93 min, in 6 parts
Production Date: 2001
The purpose of this broadcast is to further develop practitioners' clinical knowledge and skills concerning psychobiological models of chronic stress and PTSD that are risk factors for medical illness. Such knowledge should translate into improved health care services for patients.
After the completion of this program, participants should be able to:
|Title of Section||Run Time||Windows Media||Transcript - pdf|
|Introduction||(16:47)||Video (236 kB)||Part 1|
|Effects of PTSD||(18:57)||Video (236 kB)||Part 2|
|Questions; Allostatic Load||(22:17)||Video (236 kB)||Part 3|
|Assessing Allostatic Load||(09:22)||Video (236 kB)||Part 4|
|Allostatic Support - Resilience||(16:28)||Video (236 kB)||Part 5|
|Questions and Answers||(9:01)||Video (236 kB)||Part 6|
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Matthew J. Friedman, MD, PhD, Executive Director, National Center for PTSD
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