The Under-diagnosis of PTSD in EMSName: [Institutional Affiliation(s)]The Under-diagnosis of PTSD in EMSAnnotated Bibliography Bergen-Cico D. Lane S. Thompson M. Wozny S. Zajdel M. Barduhn M. & Noce J. (2015). The impact of post-traumatic stress on first responders: analysis of cortisol anxiety depression sleep impairment and pain. International Paramedic Practice 5(3) 78-87. In this article the author states that the psychological and emotional welfare of some first responders such as EMS workers is often ignored. In comparison a lot of focus in given other first responders such as firefighters law enforcers and military officers. The assumption is that EMS personnel are relatively more prepared to deal with critical incidences such as death and fatal injuries compared to other first responders. In an attempt to demystify this myth the authors based their arguments on the outcome of a study conducted to assess the level of psychological and emotional challenges that first paramedic trainees. BMC emergency medicine 14(1) 11. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov A. Pedersen M. J. B. Ekeberg Ø. & Skogstad L. (2015). Sick-leave and help-seeking among rescue workers after the terror attacks in Norway 2011. International journal of emergency medicine 8(1) 31. link.springer.com J. Maunder R. G. Schwartz B. & Gurevich M. (2014). Downtime after critical incidents in emergency medical technicians/paramedics. BioMed research international 2014. www.hindawi.com S. M. Khan U. R. Islam M. Asad N. Razzak J. & Pasha O. (2017). Post-traumatic stress disorder and its predictors in emergency medical service personnel: a cross-sectional study from Karachi Pakistan. BMC emergency medicine 17(1) 26. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov L. Goodman S. & Wallis L. (2015). Exposure to daily trauma: The experiences and coping mechanism of Emergency Medical Personnel. A cross-sectional study. African journal of emergency medicine 5(1) 12-18. www.sciencedirect.com M. Skorstad M. Lie A. Conradi H. S. Heir T. & Weisæth L. (2013). Work-related post-traumatic stress disorder. Occupational medicine 63(3) 175-182. https://academic.oup.com/occmed/article/63/3/175/1413569 [...]
Create an annotated bibliography consisting of seven sources. Each entry will consist of a reference list citation, a summary of the source’s information, and a one-sentence assessment. Each annotation should be between 150 to 200 words.