This film looks at who can get PTSD. The answer to this question is anybody who has been in a situation where they were exposed to threat or danger and where they thought they might die. Most people manage to cope with these events, especially those who have good support from family and friends. Gill says that talking is good as it allows us to get our heads around what the event meant.
This resource is from the Life After Cardiac Arrest website – https://lifeaftercardiacarrest.org
This website provides support and information for those who have experienced an out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), their families and those who have been bereaved by OHCA.
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