UCSF Faculty Put 9/11 in Context

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

UCSF News – September 13, 2011

David Vlahov, PhD, RN, clearly recalls the morning of September 11, 2001. The dean of the UCSF's School of Nursing was working just a few miles away from Ground Zero in New York City.

"I remembered hearing the planes crash into the World Trade Center, and assuming that an air traffic controller had made a mistake," he said. "And then when we heard the second plane, I think everybody's anziety snapped like, "We really are under attack.

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Dr. Mardi Horowitz explains the evolution of PTSD among 9/11 victims to KPIX anchor Allen Martin.

Dr. Mardi Horowitz explains the evolution of PTSD among 9/11 victims to KPIX anchor Allen Martin.

 

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