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October-December 2017| Vol 6| Issue 4

Review Article

Challenges to Use Response Time Standard in Assessing Emergency Medical Services in Iran: A Systematic Review

Response time (RT) accounts as a common tool for emergency medical services (EMS) assessment. While the national standard RT has been established in Iran since 2007, its application has hardly been ...


Original Article

An Epidemiologic Study of Deceased Pedestrians in Road Traffic Accidents in Iran during 2012-2013

Background and Objectives: Due to the high rate of pedestrian deaths in traffic accidents and given that describing demographic profiles of pedestrian deaths and features of accident location...


Original Article

Analysis of Direct Medical Expenses Resulting from Road Traffic Injuries in the City of Tabriz

Background: Road crashes as a major global public health problem cost 3% of most countries and 5% of low- and middle-income countries' gross domestic product (GDP). The World Heal...


Original Article

The Epidemiology, Management, and Outcome of Field Hockey-related Fractures in a Standard Population

Background: Field hockey is one of the most popular sports in the world, yet little is known about patient outcome following fracture injuries sustained during this sport. Objectives: ...


Original Article

The Effects of Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction on Emotional Regulation and Psychological Well-being of Iranian Veteran's Homemakers with Secondary Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Background: Problems of emotional regulation and lack of social skills in veterans' families are very common and like psychological complications have unpleasant consequences for them. Th...


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Archives of Trauma Research, a publication of Kashan University of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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