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Resource:American Institute of Stress

Name: Resource:American Institute of Stress
Description: The mission of AIS is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence of stress management in education, research, clinical care and the workplace. Diverse and inclusive, The American Institute of Stress educates medical practitioners, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts research; and provides information, training and techniques to prevent human illness related to stress.

AIS provides a diverse and inclusive environment that fosters intellectual discovery, creates and transmits innovative knowledge, improves human health, and provides leadership to the world on stress related topics.

Our Board of Trustees, Advisory Board and Fellows include individuals with expertise in a wide range of stress management specialties. Many are available for lectures, consultation or to serve as Expert Witnesses in Workers’ Compensation, FELA and other litigation. If you would like a referral to or consultation with one of our institute authorities on various stress-related topics please complete the form provided on the website.
Abbreviation: AIS
Resource Type(s): Topical portal, Training service resource
Resource: Resource
URL: http://americaninstituteofstress.org/
*Id: nlx_144515
Keywords: Human, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Cardiovascular disease, Heart attack, Rhythm disturbance, Congestive heart failure, Hypertension, Stroke, Sudden death, Neurological disease, Psychiatric disorder, Tension headache, Migraine, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Memory loss, Multiple Sclerosis, Anxiety disorder, Panic disorder, Depressive Disorder, Gastrointestinal dysfunction, Esophageal reflux, Peptic ulcer, Irritable bowel syndrome, Regional ileitis, Ulcerative colitis, Endocrine disturbance, Diabetes, Hyperthyroidism, Virilism, Job stress, Stress reduction, Meditation, Progressive muscular relaxation, Yoga, Biofeedback, Cognitive restructuring, Behavioral modification, Time urgency, Assertiveness training, Dermatology, itching, rash, hives, angioneurotic edema, hair loss, Stress assessment, Stress measurement technique, Type A coronary prone behavior, measurement instruments, structured personal interview, behavioral modification, stress inoculation training, Child, Adolescent, Late adult human, Woman
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CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://americaninstituteofstress.org/  +
DefinitionThe mission of AIS is to improve the healt The mission of AIS is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence of stress management in education, research, clinical care and the workplace. Diverse and inclusive, The American Institute of Stress educates medical practitioners, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts research; and provides information, training and techniques to prevent human illness related to stress.

AIS provides a diverse and inclusive environment that fosters intellectual discovery, creates and transmits innovative knowledge, improves human health, and provides leadership to the world on stress related topics.

Our Board of Trustees, Advisory Board and Fellows include individuals with expertise in a wide range of stress management specialties. Many are available for lectures, consultation or to serve as Expert Witnesses in Workers’ Compensation, FELA and other litigation. If you would like a referral to or consultation with one of our institute authorities on various stress-related topics please complete the form provided on the website.
complete the form provided on the website.
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KeywordsHuman  +, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder  +, Cardiovascular disease  +, Heart attack  +, Rhythm disturbance  +, Congestive heart failure  +, Hypertension  +, Stroke  +, Sudden death  +, Neurological disease  +, Psychiatric disorder  +, Tension headache  +, Migraine  +, Parkinsons disease  +, Alzheimers disease  +, Memory loss  +, Multiple Sclerosis  +, Anxiety disorder  +, Panic disorder  +, Depressive Disorder  +, Gastrointestinal dysfunction  +, Esophageal reflux  +, Peptic ulcer  +, Irritable bowel syndrome  +, Regional ileitis  +, Ulcerative colitis  +, Endocrine disturbance  +, Diabetes  +, Hyperthyroidism  +, Virilism  +, Job stress  +, Stress reduction  +, Meditation  +, Progressive muscular relaxation  +, Yoga  +, Biofeedback  +, Cognitive restructuring  +, Behavioral modification  +, Time urgency  +, Assertiveness training  +, Dermatology  +, Itching  +, Rash  +, Hives  +, Angioneurotic edema  +, Hair loss  +, Stress assessment  +, Stress measurement technique  +, Type A coronary prone behavior  +, Measurement instruments  +, Structured personal interview  +, Stress inoculation training  +, Child  +, Adolescent  +, Late adult human  +, and Woman  +
LabelResource:American Institute of Stress  +
ModifiedDate15 May 2012  +
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