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Pathol (of menstrual bleeding) occurring at an abnormal site
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Manners said Sherrer's case didn't involve the same individuals, but it did involve the same vicarious witness.
We usually say such people, including journalists, may suffer from vicarious trauma.
VICARIOUS liability is an indirect form of liability that can open the door for legal action against the employer for tortious (wrongful) acts done by the employee.
Vicarious resilience (VR) draws on a synthesis of four areas of clinical theory, research and practice.
Migrant Brothers is a thick lyric critique of the immigration crisis in southern and eastern Europe, a book of deliberate poetic activism spurred by vicarious encounters with brutality in the heart of France.
Overexposure to the news can lead to something called "vicarious trauma," a term introduced in 1990 to describe the experiences of therapists, rescue workers, and medical professionals.
The CARE program is designed to address the well-documented concept of the "second victim" or "vicarious trauma," which is particularly acute in obstetric medicine.
The negative impact occurs as a result of exposure to client trauma experiences and places counselors at risk of developing vicarious traumatization and decreased levels of wellness.
As such, Fischer invokes the notion of documentary evidence and employs it in conjunction with the pseudoomniscient narrative voice of traditional biography to challenge Wust's attempt of defining her identity based on a claim of vicarious Holocaust victimhood, only to define her own identity in these terms.
Armchair Holidays THE Vicarious Travel Company, Has a branch very near to me, And it belongs to my grandchildren, So my holidays are free.
Burnout and vicarious trauma are both phenomena staff are exposed to on an ongoing basis as more inmates come into the correctional system with high risks/high needs.
However, a San Francisco-based tech firm, Vicarious, has now created an AI that can crack it easily.