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Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

Join an ISTSS SIG

ISTSS Web Committee Invites Member Participation

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

Gregory Leskin, PhD, ISTSS Web editor, invites members to join the ISTSS Web Committee. This committee is responsible for the development, content and maintenance of the ISTSS Web site.

ISTSS Forms Internet Partnership with Tsunami International Survey on Emotional Impact

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by Eric Vermetten, Cobie Groenendijk and Luc Taal, The Netherlands

The emotional impact in survivors of the tsunami that hit South Asia on December 26, 2004, is hard to describe, not only because of the many lost in the disaster, but also because thousands of people who were hurt by the tsunami left the area to return to their home countries.

2005 CITRM Conference Highlights Include Shalev’s Plenary Address, Unique Sessions, Workshops

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by Daniel King and Lynda King, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

The 2nd Annual Conference on Innovations in Trauma Research Methods (CITRM) will be held November 6–7, 2005, at the Radisson Admiral Harbourfront Hotel in Toronto, a short distance from the ISTSS conference site. The theme for CITRM 2005 is Longitudinal Methods in Trauma Research.

Stamm, Pfefferbaum Honored for Services Within Their Trauma Field

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

Stamm, Pfefferbaum Honored for Services Within Their Trauma Field

Media Matters

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by Meg Spratt, Seattle, Washington, USA, Mark Brayne, London, England

Journalists Share Responsibility for Healing from Trauma by Constructing Accurate Narratives

ISTSS Moves to Electronic Election Process

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by ISTSS

For the first time, voting for the ISTSS election will be conducted electronically.

Holocaust Survivor Revisits Auschwitz-Birkenau 60 Years Later

Posted 1 July 2005 in StressPoints by Hedi Fried, Stockholm, Sweden

On January 27, 1945, soldiers of the Red Army liberated Auschwitz and showed the world the extent of Nazi cruelty. The date now serves as an official commemoration of the Holocaust. This year being the 60th anniversary, the day was marked by ceremonies held throughout the world, including Sweden, England, France and at the New York headquarters of the United Nations.
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