Breslau


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Breslau:

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, Ger. Breslau, city (1993 est. pop. 644,000), capital of Dolnośląskie prov., SW Poland, on the Oder (Odra) River. A railway center and river port, the city is also an industrial center with manufactures of heavy machinery, electronics, computers,
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, Poland.
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Breslau's 7-item screening scale (available at http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/ cgi/content/full/156/6/908#T2) is another empirically tested, brief, simple means of identifying PTSD symptoms in primary care patients.
* Wilhelm Uhthoff (1853-1927) was a famous German professor of ophthalmology at the Universities of Marburg and later in Breslau
Ismar Littmann in Breslau apparently was particularly fond of local Jewish artists.
Even in Breslau, there were reminders both of the brutal persecution of Poles by the Russians, and of the persecution of a more legal kind (at least as regards form) carried on against them by Prussia.
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Epidemiological studies give evidence that posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health issue among many different cross-sections of society (Breslau, Davis, Andreski, & Peterson, 1991; Breslau et al., 1998; Davidson, Hughes, & Blazer, 1991; Helzer, Robins, & McEvoy, 1987).
Born in 1920, he grew up in Breslau, Poland, where his family were part of the Reform Jewish Community.
Freud's libidinal psychoanalysis thoroughly antagonised academic psychology, which at a 1913 congress in Breslau condemned his method as erroneous.
Finally, health care professionals who provide direct services to older adolescents and young adults need to be vigilant regarding screening for mental health problems during times of terrorism, recognize and support healthy coping strategies, provide (or refer for) mental health treatment if indicated, and monitor those at risk for ongoing or comorbid mental health issues (Breslau, Davis, Andreski, & Peterson, 1991).
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