TRAUMA [ˈtroumə, ˈtrômə]
trauma (noun) · traumata (plural noun) · traumas (plural noun)
1. Trauma is a person’s emotional response to a distressing experience
2. Few people can go through life without encountering some kind of Trauma
3. Unlike ordinary hardships, Traumatic events tend to
4. Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape or natural disaster
5. Psychological Trauma is a response to an event that a person finds highly stressful
6. Trauma definition is - an injury (such as a wound) to living tissue caused by an extrinsic agent
7. How to use Trauma in a sentence
8. Trauma symptoms typically last from a few days to a few months, gradually fading as you process the unsettling event
9. But even when you’re feeling better, you may be troubled from time to time by painful memories or emotions—especially in response to triggers such as an anniversary of the event or something that reminds you of the Trauma.
10. Responses to Trauma can be immediate or delayed, brief or prolonged
11. Most people have intense responses immediately following, and often for several weeks or months after a Traumatic event
12. Trauma bonding is a phenomenon that can happen following experiences of abuse
13. Or, Trauma can be buried beneath depression, anxiety, and anger, without any recognizable origin
14. To help survivors of Trauma make sense of what they're experiencing, psychoeducation is a natural place to begin.
15. Learn more about Trauma and violence and the impact to society as a mental health and substance use concern
16. Access SAMHSA’s Trauma and Violence web page for information on Trauma-informed care
17. Trauma is defined by the American Psychological Association (APA) as the emotional response someone has to an extremely negative event
18. While Trauma is a normal reaction to a horrible event, the effects can be so severe that they interfere with an individual’s ability to …
19. Trauma centers, large medical centers and universities, and Veteran Centers (if you’ve served in the Armed Forces) often have mental health professionals trained to treat Trauma.
20. "Trauma" is a production of Universal Media Studios and Film 44
21. “Trauma” is a ballad that NF uses to show a different side to his artistry, contrasting greatly against the dark, powerful hip-hop tracks in his discography.
22. Trauma can also lead to long-term cognitive difficulties and academic challenges
23. Children who have gone through Trauma “may show deficits in language development and abstract reasoning skills,” says the NCTSN
24. “Many children who have experienced complex Trauma have learning difficulties that may require support in the academic
25. Trauma is a risk factor for nearly all behavioral health and substance use disorders
26. Children can and do recover from Traumatic events, and you can play an important role in their recovery.
27. The ACS COT has developed a document to advise Trauma medical directors and Trauma program managers on factors to consider as the public health and healthcare sectors prepare for an anticipated surge of critically ill patients related to COVID-19 infection.
28. Trauma and loss reminders can reverberate within families, among friends, in schools, and across communities in ways that can powerfully influence the ability of children, families, and communities to recover
29. Addressing Trauma and loss reminders is critical to enhancing ongoing adjustment.
30. A three-part drama set in the Trauma unit of a London hospital, a grieving father blames a high-achieving Trauma consultant for the death of his teenage son.
31. • Ensures Trauma resident documentation is complete and timely for Trauma H&P’s, daily notes, & discharges • Notify Trauma attending of all Trauma 97 patients within 1 hour of evaluation and prior to any patient discharge from the ED • Notify Trauma attending if any acute change in patient condition including ICU admissions, patient deaths,
32. Developmental Trauma disorder is a recent term in the study of psychology
33. The result of abuse, neglect, and/or abandonment, developmental Trauma interferes with the infant or child’s neurological, cognitive, and …
34. Of Trauma in order to be, in fact, “Traumatic,” is an ongoing source of discussion in the field
35. Our own conclusion is that an event is Traumatic if it is extremely upsetting and at least temporarily overwhelms the individual’s internal resources
36. “The Trauma caused by childhood neglect, sexual or domestic abuse and war wreaks havoc in our bodies, says Bessel van der Kolk in The Body Keeps the Score
37. .Van der Kolk draws on 30 years of experience to argue powerfully that Trauma is one of the West's most urgent public health issues
38. Different perspectives on Trauma and mental health
39. There are various approaches to Trauma and mental health problems
40. Trauma is one of the main health problems in every country regardless of the level of socio-economic development.1 It continues to be a significant health problem that increases mortality and morbidity rates due to developments in technology, accidents and incidents of violence.2 Trauma is the top third cause of death in all age groups following cancer and cardiovascular diseases, and the top
41. The American Trauma Society is dedicated to the elimination of needless death and disability from injury
42. For over 50 years, the ATS has served as an advocate for the Trauma care system, Trauma prevention programs, and survivors of Trauma and their families throughout the United States.
43. Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) is an approach in the human service field that assumes that an individual is more likely than not to have a history of Trauma
44. Trauma-Informed Care recognizes the presence of Trauma symptoms and acknowledges the role Trauma may play in an individual’s life- …
45. Guidelines for essential Trauma care
46. The Guidelines for essential Trauma care seek to set achievable standards for Trauma treatment services which could realistically be made available to almost every injured person in the world
47. Trauma-Informed Care in Behavioral Health Services
48. Trauma is an subjective experience, so while one event may be easy for one person to cope with, it can be very Traumatic for another
49. Examples of Trauma include abuse, neglect, witnessing violence, losing a loved one, a car accident, or sexual assault
50. The DSM-5 includes criteria for five distinct Trauma- and stressor-related disorders:
51. The emotional response to coronavirus or other Traumatic events
52. It’s normal to experience Traumatic stress following a disturbing event, whether it’s the coronavirus pandemic, a traffic accident, plane crash, violent crime, terrorist attack, or a natural disaster like an earthquake, hurricane, or flood.You may feel intense shock, confusion, and fear, or feel numb or overwhelmed by a host
53. Trauma can include dangerous, frightening, or extremely stressful situations or events, such as sexual assault, war, an accident or natural disaster, the sudden or violent death of a close loved one, or a serious physical health problem
54. The long-term effects of abuse or Trauma can include: 2.
55. Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, Burns & Acute Care Surgery
56. The Division of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, Burns and Acute Care Surgery was designed to respond to any emergency calls 24/7 with fully equipped state-of-the art Trauma bays
57. Whether a Trauma or a burn victim, they will be seen by a multidisciplinary team of specialists including
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59. Trauma Centers are designated under the rules of the Board for Licensing Health Care Facilities (BLHCF)
60. Hospitals voluntarily seek Trauma center designation in order to care for the most seriously injured patients with the goal of reducing patient mortality and morbidity.
61. Trauma and teenagers – tips for parents; Mental reactions to Trauma Mental reactions to Trauma include: reduced concentration and memory; intrusive thoughts about the event; repeatedly playing parts of the event over in the mind; confusion or disorientation
62. Emotional reactions to Trauma Emotional reactions to Trauma can include: fear
63. Trauma is the result of exposure to stressful events or experiences that can occur at anytime during a person’s life
64. Childhood Trauma that occurs when the brain is developing may lead to cognitive and emotional changes that resemble ADHD.
65. Your kidneys are generally well protected by muscles of the back and rib cage but injuries can occur as a result of blunt or penetrating Trauma
66. The kidney is the most common organ in the urinary tract to be injured by severe Trauma
67. "Trauma" is injury caused by an external force that may be either blunt—such as a car accident—or penetrating—such as a gunshot wound.
68. Trauma Submitted By: Preeti Sood MSc Nursing 1st Year 2
69. Trauma Terminology: • Injury = The result of harmful event that arises from the release of specific forms of energy
70. • “Trauma” = Injury of one or more systems, that results in excessive bleeding and may affect the normal body functioning