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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Organizations relating to Stress

Newscoverage Unlimited / Chicago IL, USA
Hellerwork International / San Clemente CA, USA
European Shock Society, The / Cologne, Germany / Est. 1983
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies / Oakbrook Terrace IL, USA / Est. 1990
World Community Chaplains / West Hills CA, USA / Est. 1978
International Congresses on Thermal Stresses / Lexington KY, USA
International Society for the Study of Tension in Performance / Northwood, UK / Est. 1981
International Critical Incident Stress Foundation / Ellicott City MD, USA / Est. 1989
International Stress and Behavior Society / Slidell LA, USA / Est. 2007
European Network on Human Response to Environmental Stress / Gothenburg, Sweden / Est. 1996
International Federation of Shock Societies / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1993
Lightning Strike and Electric Shock Survivors International / Jacksonville NC, USA / Est. 1989
Art of Living Foundation / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1982
Australasian Critical Incident Stress Association / Glenelg, Australia / Est. 1990
Cell Stress Society International / Storrs CT, USA / Est. 1999
Association de la langue française de l\'étude du stress et du traumatisme / Paris, France / Est. 1990
European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies / Rijeka, Croatia / Est. 1993
International Stress Management Association / Stanmore, UK / Est. 1973
Stress and Anxiety Research Society / Merseburg, Germany / Est. 1980
Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists / Greenville SC, USA / Est. 1987
Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies / Kelvin Grove, Australia / Est. 1990
African Society for Traumatic Stress Studies / Johannesburg, South Africa / Est. 2000
European Institute for Intervention and Research on Burn Out / Brussels, Belgium
World Association for Stress Related and Anxiety Disorders / Würzburg, Germany / Est. 2016
International Symposium on Military Aspects of Blast and Shock

View all profiles (26 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Stress

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Post-traumatic stress disorder
Occupational illness of musicians
Competitiveness in education
Occupational stress
Stress on families of the physically or mentally handicapped
Animal stress in factory farming
Professional burnout
Redundancy trauma
Heat stress at work
Health hazards of computer monitor screens
Shift work stress as an occupational hazard
Labour tensions involving transnationals
Communications stress
Travellers' enhanced risk of disease
Hypoxia
Repetitive strain injuries
Mental tension
Ethnic conflict
Health hazards of environmental degradation
Vulnerability of social systems
Environmental stress of natural systems
Unhealthy human environment
Stress
Experimental exposure of animals to pain
Environmental stress on inhabitants of tall buildings

Action Strategies relating to Stress

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Recognizing role of women in peacekeeping
Using stress-tolerant plant materials for rehabilitating land
Managing computer stress
Reducing lifestyle tensions
Creating shock
Relieving human distress arising from ecological stress
Easing working situation tensions
Reducing international tension
Reducing plural society tensions
Creating manifested tension
Understanding culture shock
Reducing tension between choice and freedom
Promoting tensionless image of free choice
Maintaining internal awareness through external tensions
Increasing tension
Experiencing severe stress
Stabilizing ecosystems
Fomenting strategies of tension
Reducing tension
Relieving stressful life experiences
Correcting nervous disorders
Treating combat trauma
Developing plant cultivars more resistant to stress from disease
Relieving perfection anxiety
Relieving socioeconomic stress

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