ASSESSMENT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND TREATMENT POSSIBILITIES IN MILITARY PERSONNEL
Keywords:stress; psychological assistance; resilience; disaster management; defence forces.
Disaster management is a very complex phenomenon, which is not only the task of an organization, rather a common aim of the government, social organizations and civilians. Disaster relief, prevention, response and recovery are complex processes where cooperation between countries and international bodies is essential. Breaking with previous conventions has made the system more open, thus they can monitor the effects of disasters from several aspects. In addition to social and economic damage prevention, this paper’s aim is to clearly stressing the fact that more attention should be paid to psychological assistance and psychic resilience improvement of military personnel.
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