Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab @ Teachers College Welcome to the Loss, Trauma, and Emotion Lab, headed by Professor George A Bonanno. Our offices are housed in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. The lab is devoted to the question of how humans cope with loss, potential trauma, and other forms of extreme life events. For the past 20 years, our research has attempted to document the variety of outcomes people show in response to such events as well as the factors that predict these outcomes.
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10 ways to make the most of your time as a PhD student As numerous articles on this network have stated, it can be tough doing a PhD: you might not have the best relationship with your supervisor, you might be poor, you might be overworked. We all know that it’s getting increasingly tough to get a lecturing job or a postdoctoral position. Here are some tips to make the most of your time as a postgraduate. Being smart about how you approach things is key, especially if you aren’t sure whether you want to stay in academia. The importance of getting published goes without saying, as does the need to focus on your thesis, so here are some other ideas to help you enjoy the opportunities available to PhD students.
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Don't overthink it: letting your brain work through trauma with EMDR Post-traumatic stress disorder affects 7.8 million people at some point in their lives. Anyone who has suffered through an accident, war, natural disasters or sexual assault can develop post-traumatic stress. This week on “Take Care,” Dr. TRENDS - Instructions to authors Types of articles accepted 1) Editorials: Critical and thorough comments written by the editors and/or invited authors with renowned experience in the topic being addressed. 2) Trends: Articles published in this section present criticism or address controversies in a trendy topic. These articles are generally invited, but interested contributors are encouraged to contact the Editor. 3) Original Articles: These articles present original research data and should contain all the necessary relevant information so as to enable the reader to repeat the experiment and evaluate results and conclusions. Original articles should include the following sections: Introduction, Method, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, and other subtitles, when necessary. Preparing the manuscript 1.
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Psychological Assessment® Prior to submission, please carefully read and follow the submission guidelines detailed below. Manuscripts that do not conform to the submission guidelines may be returned without review. Submission Tackling the rise in antibiotic resistance The first is on safe and effective antimicrobial stewardship in relation to the use of antimicrobials in health and social care, and the second is a public health guideline that will focus on changing people’s knowledge, attitudes and behaviours in relation to the use of antimicrobials. Last week, a report by Public Health England found that antibiotic prescriptions and cases of resistant bacteria in England have continued to rise despite continued warnings about unnecessary antibiotic use. Public Health England found that between 2010 and 2013 there was a 6 per cent increase in the combined antibiotic prescribing of GPs and hospitals.