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Articles from The Journal of Employee Assistance (May 1, 2006)

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Alcohol affects 15 percent of workers, survey finds. Brief article 321
An untapped market. Fair, Gary E. Letter to the editor 386
Assisting rural employees following critical events: businesses in rural areas can help employees recover from traumatic incidents by building on local social networks, educating workers about post-disaster stress, and coordinating with community organizations. Rozensky, Ronald H. 2149
Australia: rethinking the strict CISM model. Smith, Robin 722
Be proactive, not reactive. Hartley, Maria 587
Businesses facing "brain drain" as boomers retire. Brief article 246
Embracing trauma response from the EAP perspective. Brennan, Kristine N. 1206
Employer initiatives to stop smoking: as more employers take aggressive steps to reduce health care costs arising from employees' tobacco use, EAPs can and must help ensure the process goes smoothly and meets the needs of all parties involved. Hill, Mary 2393
FDA approves skin patch to treat major depression. Brief article 259
Gaining a seat at the table: EA professionals increasingly are being invited to help strategize and manage corporate disaster response, but they need to ensure they have the proper training and real-life experience to perform these duties. Jacobson, Jodi M. 2105
New web guide links to multiple resources for disaster mental health. Brief article 263
Nicotine may benefit some with mental illnesses. Brief article 292
One in seven workers perceives employment bias. 327
Pregnancy doesn't protect against depression relapse. Brief article 234
Republic of Ireland: opening minds to CISM. Regan, Stephanie 767
Responding to an industrial disaster: the tight-knit nature of manufacturing, communities poses unique challenges and opportunities to EA professionals responding, to traumatic incidents at industrial worksites. McAninch, Jim 1595
Revitalized website offers more resources for EA professionals. 328
Supporting pregnant women and mothers: increasing retention rates among new mothers requires more than just meeting minimal leave requirements and establishing onsite breastfeeding facilities, as the experience of an Australian banking firm makes clear. Matthews, Virginia 1639
The evolution of psychological first aid: evidence-based practice guidance underscores the value of prompt and practical workplace response to critical incidents, but increasingly there is compelling evidence that traditional approaches must be reconsidered. Gist, Richard 2401
The United Kingdom: practical support and expert assessment. Nowlan, Kate 807
We have a responsibility. Maynard, John 754
Web page discusses how to protect workers from avian flu infection. 162

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