Peter Wilk, M.D., a psychiatrist, gives a history and updates on the public health hazards of nuclear devices and weapons. He believes they provide more psychological insecurity than security, and he provides approaches and links to reduce the ruinous and unapologetic biosocial blows of nuclear weapon use and when unintended problems occur with other nuclear devices.
These TED talks passionately capture much of the fundamental material and teachings about such tragedies, mental health, guns, and the role of violence, both with and without suicide. Aaron Star: why he almost was a mass murderer, then Sue Klebold: her son was a Columbine School shooter. An interesting note to consider is that both young men cut themselves
Bringing The Vulnerable To A Level Of Resilience - Pedro Greer, M.D., from Florida International University, describes a flourishing program that puts medical students directly into the patients’ homes to see the many whys and reasons they get sick, cannot get to or afford care, and the other tangible psycho-financial-cultural-social components of their lives, etc. February 2019
Alan Lockwood, M.D., addresses the history of, and current pressing scientific concerns, regarding global warming. Included are the growing political, social, physical and psychological (i.e., stress and insecurity) impacts of major changes in fresh water supplies, methane releases, heat, etc