Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ASTSS)
1990-12 Melbourne VIC Australia
Dec 1990, Melbourne (Australia), following initiatives among groups in Australia since the 1980s.
Serve as a forum to extend prevention and treatment of major stress and trauma within the Australasian region; promote the advancement of knowledge on nature, consequences, prevention and treatment of highly stressful experiences; foster development of policy and programmes and service initiatives which prevent the unwanted consequences of such experiences; contribute to informed discussion on ethical issues and standards of practice and to development of professionalism in the field; support research and the dissemination of information; heighten awareness of the subject within the wider professional community and the general public.
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General Assembly (annual). Individual regional chapters.
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