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What we know and don't know about mental health problems among immigrants in Norway

Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health - Journal Article

Mental health problems have been regarded as one of the main public health challenges of immigrants in several countries. Understanding and generating research-based knowledge on immigrant health problems is highly relevant for planning preventive interve...

Forfattere: D. S. Abebe, L. Lien, K. H. Hjelde
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Understanding the migration experience of unaccompanied youth: A review of the literature

American Journal of Orthopsychiatry - Journal Article

Migration of unaccompanied immigrant and refugee youth has increased around the world in the last decade, peaking in 2014 in the United States and in 2015 in Europe. Youth are pushed to migrate without parents or guardians to escape war, persecution, gang...

Forfattere: M. F. Garcia, D. Birman
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Oxford Textbook of Migrant Psychiatry


Human beings have been migrant for millennia. Reasons for migration vary from economic, financial, and educational reasons to persecution on religious or other discriminations. Push and pull factors for migration can produce inordinate amount of stress on...

Forfattere: Dinesh Bhugra
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Shame and guilt in the aftermath of terror: The Utøya Island study

Journal of Traumatic Stress - Journal Article

In recent years, there has been increased interest in trauma-related shame and guilt and their relationship to mental health. Little is known, however, about shame and guilt following mass traumas, such as terrorism. This study investigates the potential ...

Forfattere: H. F. Aakvaag, S. Thoresen, T. Wentzel-Larsen, E. Røysamb, G. Dyb
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Psychological morbidity among forcibly displaced children-a literature review

Irish Journal of Medical Science - Journal Article

In 2018, nearly 75 million people were displaced from their place of origin of which 20.4 million are considered as refugees. Children constitute over half of this population. A review of the currently available literature regarding the psychological impa...

Forfattere: C. R. Cayabyab, P. O'Reilly, A. M. Murphy, C. O'Gorman
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Psychological and pharmacological interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid mental health problems following complex traumatic events: Systematic review and component network meta-analysis

PLoS medicine - Journal Article

BACKGROUND: Complex traumatic events associated with armed conflict, forcible displacement, childhood sexual abuse, and domestic violence are increasingly prevalent. People exposed to complex traumatic events are at risk of not only posttraumatic stress d...

Forfattere: P. A. Coventry, N. Meader, H. Melton, M. Temple, H. Dale, K. Wright, M. Cloitre, T. Karatzias, J. Bisson, N. P. Roberts, J. V. E. Brown, C. Barbui, R. Churchill, K. Lovell, D. McMillan, S. Gilbody
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Mental health for refugees, asylum seekers and displaced persons: A call for a humanitarian agenda

Transcultural Psychiatry - Journal Article

Every day, nearly 34,000 people are forcibly displaced as a result of war, conflict or persecution. Globally, more than 65 million people have been forced from their homes and about 21 million of these are refugees, over half of whom are under the age of ...

Forfattere: S. Bäärnhielm, K. Laban, M. Schouler-Ocak, C. Rousseau, L. J. Kirmayer
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Feasibility and acceptability of Problem Management Plus with Emotional Processing (PM+EP) for refugee youth living in the Netherlands: Study protocol

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Refugee youth experience hardships associated with exposure to trauma in their homelands and during and after displacement, which results in higher rates of common mental disorders. The World Health Organization (WHO) developed Problem Management Plus (PM...

Forfattere: C. Alozkan Sever, P. Cuijpers, E. Mittendorfer-Rutz, R. A. Bryant, K. S. Dawson, E. A. Holmes, T. Mooren, M. L. Norredam, M. Sijbrandij
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Crossing borders: a systematic review identifying potential mechanisms of intergenerational trauma transmission in asylum-seeking and refugee families

European journal of psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Background: As displacement and forced migration continue to exhibit global growth trends, new and surviving generations of children are being born and spending their formative years in host countries. Refugee children who have not been exposed to traumat...

Forfattere: N. Flanagan, A. Travers, F. Vallières, M. Hansen, R. Halpin, G. Sheaf, N. Rottmann, A. T. Johnsen
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Children and war: Current understandings and future directions

Public Health Nursing - Journal Article

During the last decade, the number of children whose lives have been disrupted by war, oppression, terror, and other forms of conflict has grown tremendously. When the United Nations High Commission for Refugees was first established during the 1950s to p...

Forfattere: H. Berman
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A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence on Art Therapy With Traumatized Refugee Children and Youth

Frontiers in psychology - Journal Article

The current global refugee crisis revealed that refugee children, youth, and adults are uniquely vulnerable to traumatic events. Yet, there are only a few studies available that report robust systematic data on art therapy interventions with mental health...

Forfattere: N. Annous, A. Al-Hroub, F. El Zein
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