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Abstract Climate change is an enormous challenge for our communities, our country, and our world. Recently much attention has been paid to the physical impacts of climate change, including extreme heat events, droughts, extreme storms, and rising sea levels. However, much less attention has been paid to the psychological impacts. This article examines the likely psychological impacts of climate change, including anxiety, stress, and depression; increases in violence and aggression; and loss of community identity. Nurses can play a vital role in local and regional climate strategies by preparing their patients, health care facilities, and communities to effectively address the anticipated mental health impacts of climate change.
Author Trombley, Janna; Chalupka, Stephanie; Anderko, Laura
DOI 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000515232.51795.fa
ISSN 0002-936X
Issue 4
Journal AJN The American Journal of Nursing
Keywords climate change; disasters; extreme weather; mental health; preparedness; psychological distress; resilience
Pages 44-52
Title Climate change and mental health
Volume 117
Year 2017
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