Psychological Recovery Study

Categories: Research
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Psychological Recovery after Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Haemorrhage: The Moderating effects of Post-traumatic Growth. This project is being conducted by a student researcher Ms Joanne Thorburn as part of a PhD study at Victoria University under the supervision of Professor Jenny Sharples and Dr Kim Shearson from the Psychology discipline, College of Health and Biomedicine, Victoria University. Project explanation …

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I am 1 in 50

Categories: 1 in 50 Blog, Blog
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1 in 50 may seem like the odds are small…However……1 in 50 is someone you know….1 in 50 could be you. I am 1 in 50. My first brain aneurysm rupture occurred on May 4th, 2010 while I was exercising at a gym. I experienced what’s called a thunderclap headache which felt like I had …

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How ‘The Apprentice’ Star Stacie Jones Survived A Life-Threatening Brain Aneurysm

Categories: Community News
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African-Americans are twice as likely to have a brain aneurysm rupture than Whites. One reality show star talks about her experience Stacie J. is a fighter. Some of us may remember seeing her duking it out on Season 2 of NBC’s ‘The Apprentice.’ But that was nothing compared to how she would have to battle …

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