Term"distress"was chosen because: It is more acceptable and less stigmatizing than"psychiatric," "psychosocial,"or"emotional" Sounds"normal"and less embarrassing Can be defined and measured by self-report. "DISTRESS" Definition of Distress in Cancer (DIS-2) DIS-1 Not for Distribution
Distress in People With Cancer What is distress? Distress is a word that has lots of meaning. Here, we use "distress" to describe unpleasant feelings or emotions that may cause problems for you as you cope with cancer and its treatment.
Some Recent Evidence on the Costs of Financial Distress Costs In a study published in 1994, two of the present writers tested the idea that financial distress can be costly by examining a number of economically distressed industries to see whether the more highly leveraged firms in these industries lost ...
What is Mental Distress? People with mental distress can experience problems in the way they think, feel or behave. In other words, their thinking, feeling and behavior is all mixed up.
EXPLORING THE MORAL DISTRESS OF REGISTERED NURSES Patti Rager Zuzelo Key words: biomedical ethics; ethical dilemmas; moral distress Registered nurses (RNs) employed in an urban medical center in the USA identified moral
Fiscal Distress Indicators: An assessment of current Michigan law and development of a new “early-warning” scale for Michigan localities
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER AS LEARNING OBJECTIVES • What is the epidemiology of RDS • What are the histological stages of lung development • What are the salient differences in immature and mature lung • What are the features of type I and type II pneumocytes • What is the composition and ...
Research Article Power, Distress, and Compassion Turning a Blind Eye to the Suffering of Others Gerben A. van Kleef, 1 Christopher Oveis, 2 Ilmovander Lo¨we, 2 Aleksandr LuoKogan, 2 Jennifer Goetz, 2 andDacher Keltne r 2 1 University of Amsterdam and 2 University of California, Berkeley ...
Social Problems, Vol. 55, Issue 2, pp. 238–253, ISSN 0037-7791, electronic ISSN 1533-8533. © 2008 by Society for the Study of Social Problems, Inc.
MAYDAY: FIREFIGHTERS IN DISTRESS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BY: Jonathan S. Smith Clackamas County Fire District #1 Milwaukie, Oregon An applied research project submitted to the National Fire Academy as part of the Executive Fire Officer Program November 2000