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One year later: Are Syrian refugees finding the PTSD support they need?

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  • n.a. says:

    This perspective about migrants’ experiences, should be noted, and the services made available, as an adaptive norm. Traumatized Human Beings need support, ongoing, and empathy for what has not been articulated. This enables, integration with innate Dignity, and Respect for their lives.

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Vanessa Milne

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Vanessa is a freelance health journalist and a form staff writer with Healthy Debate

Debra Bournes

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Dr. Debra Bournes is the Chief Nursing Executive and Vice-President of Clinical Programs at The Ottawa Hospital.

Michael Nolan

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Michael Nolan has served Canadians through many facets of Paramedic Services.  He is currently the Director and Chief of the Paramedic Service for the County of Renfrew and strategic advisor to Healthy Debate

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