|Author(s)|| Brinded, Philip M. J. |
Taylor, Anthony J.
|Title||A Mass Killing in New Zealand|
|Published in||The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 29, No. 2|
|Abstract||The circumstances surrounding a mass killing in New Zealand are described in conjunction with a review of a number of other similar multiple victim homicides. Due to the rare and extreme nature of such events, it is argued that they should be managed as human disasters by the professionals involved and that stress debriefing should be available for all potential primary, secondary and tertiary victims.|
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