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Violence Exposure and Mental Health Among Resettled Refugees: A Systematic Review

Trauma, Violence, & Abuse - Journal Article

Refugee populations are often characterized by their high exposure to violence, which are tied to various challenges upon resettlement. This systematic review synthesizes the empirical literature related to violence exposure for refugees resettled in high...

Forfattere: A. A. J. Scoglio, C. Salhi
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Understanding the mechanisms of transgenerational mental health impacts in refugees

Lancet Public Health - Journal Article

The trauma experienced by refugees has transgenerational mental health impacts.1,2 A study by Richard Bryant and colleagues3 in The Lancet Public Health provides evidence about the specific mechanisms by which these impacts might occur. Bryant and collea...

Forfattere: G. Sara, P. Brann
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Undersøkelse etter drukningstragedien i Tromsø: Hva kan vi lære om integrering og flyktninghelse?

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2. desember 2019 døde en kvinne og to av døtrene hennes av drukning i Tromsø. Den tredje datteren ble alvorlig skadet. Kvinnen var fra Sør-Sudan og hadde fått opphold i Norge med familiegjenforening. Hun hadde bodd i Norge i litt over to år. Hendelsen vak...

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Traumatized refugees: Identifying needs and facing challenges for mental health care

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article
Forfattere: C. Knaevelsrud, N. Stammel, M. Olff
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The use of community-based interventions in reducing morbidity from the psychological impact of conflict-related trauma among refugee populations: A systematic review of the literature

Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health - Journal Article

With large numbers of refugee arrivals and numerous barriers to accessing services it is especially important that resources are efficiently and effectively directed to address the health needs of refugees. Ten databases were utilised to conduct the revie...

Forfattere: M. E. Williams, S. C. Thompson
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The resilience paradox

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Decades of research have consistently shown that the most common outcome following potential trauma is a stable trajectory of healthy functioning, or resilience. However, attempts to predict resilience reveal a paradox: the correlates of resilient outcome...

Forfattere: G. A. Bonanno
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The effect of post-traumatic stress disorder on refugees' parenting and their children's mental health: A cohort study

Lancet Public Health - Journal Article

Children and adolescents, who account for most of the world's refugees, have an increased prevalence of psychological disorders. The mental health of refugee children is often associated with the severity of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in their ...

Forfattere: R. A. Bryant, B. Edwards, M. Creamer, M. O'Donnell, D. Forbes, K. L. Felmingham, D. Silove, Z. Steel, A. Nickerson, A. C. McFarlane, M. Van Hooff, D. Hadzi-Pavlovic
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The influence of social support on posttraumatic stress symptoms among children and adolescents: a scoping review and meta-analysis

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Several risk and protective factors play a role in the development of posttraumatic stress symptoms (PTSS) in children and youth. The evidence for social support (SS) as a protective factor is rising; however, a review of the evidence is lacking.|This sco...

Forfattere: T. Xiong, A. Milios, P. J. McGrath, E. Kaltenbach
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The Effects of Family Financial Stress and Primary Caregivers' Levels of Acculturation on Children's Emotional and Behavioral Problems among Humanitarian Refugees in Australia

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health - Journal Article

The present study evaluated the application of the basic and extended (incorporated primary caregivers’ levels of acculturation) Family Stress Model (FSM) to understand the effect of family financial stress and primary caregivers’ levels of acculturation ...

Forfattere: L. Yu, A. M. N. Renzaho, L. Shi, L. Ling, W. Chen
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The effectiveness of psychosocial interventions in war-traumatized refugee and internally displaced minors: Systematic review and meta-analysis

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Background: The United Nations reported that in 2016 over 65 million people worldwide have forcibly left home. Over 50% are children and adolescents; a substantial number has been traumatized and displaced by war. Objective: To provide an overview of the...

Forfattere: A. Nocon, R. Eberle-Sejari, J. Unterhitzenberger, R. Rosner
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Systematic Review and Meta-analysis: The Prevalence of Mental Illness in Child and Adolescent Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry - Journal Article

Over half of the world's refugee population are under the age of 18 years. This systematic review aims to summarize the current body of evidence for the prevalence of mental illness in child and adolescent refugee populations.|Eight electronic databases, ...

Forfattere: R. Blackmore, K. M. Gray, J. A. Boyle, M. Fazel, S. Ranasinha, G. Fitzgerald, M. Misso, M. Gibson-Helm
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The Cultural and Contextual Adaptation Process of an Intervention to Reduce Psychological Distress in Young Adolescents Living in Lebanon

Frontiers in Psychiatry - Journal Article

Armed conflict leads to increased risk of emotional distress among children and adolescents, and increased exposure to significant daily stressors such as poverty and community and family violence. Unfortunately, these increased risks usually occur in the...

Forfattere: F. L. Brown, M. Aoun, K. Taha, F. Steen, P. Hansen, M. Bird, K. S. Dawson, S. Watts, R. El Chammay, M. Sijbrandij, A. Malik, M. J. D. Jordans
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Stress, trauma, and posttraumatic stress disorder in migrants: A comprehensive review

Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry - Journal Article

There is growing evidence supporting the association between migration and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Considering the growing population of migrants and the particularities of providing culturally sensitive mental health care for these persons,...

Forfattere: L. H. U. Bustamante, R. O. Cerqueira, E. Leclerc, E. Brietzke
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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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Self-help plus for refugees and asylum seekers; study protocol for a series of individual participant data meta-analyses

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

Refugees and asylum seekers face various stressors due to displacement and are especially vulnerable to common mental disorders. To effectively manage psychological distress in this population, innovative interventions are required. The World Health Organ...

Forfattere: E. Karyotaki, M. Sijbrandij, M. Purgato, C. Acarturk, D. Lakin, D. Bailey, E. Peckham, E. Uygun, F. Tedeschi, J. Wancata, J. Augustinavicius, K. Carswell, M. Välimäki, M. van Ommeren, M. Koesters, M. Popa, M. R. Leku, M. Anttila, R. Churchill, R. White, S. Al-Hashimi, T. Lantta, T. Au, T. Klein, W. A. Tol, P. Cuijpers, C. Barbui
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School performance after experiencing trauma: a longitudinal study of school functioning in survivors of the Utøya shootings in 2011

European Journal of Psychotraumatology - Journal Article

The psychological impact on survivors of terrorism has been well documented. However, studies on adolescent survivors and the academic performance of high school students following a terrorist attack are lacking.|This study investigated academic performan...

Forfattere: I. F. Strøm, J. H. Schultz, T. Wentzel-Larsen, G. Dyb
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Relationships of Childhood Adverse Experiences With Mental Health and Quality of Life at Treatment Start for Adult Refugees Traumatized by Pre-Flight Experiences of War and Human Rights Violations

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease - Journal Article

Adverse and potentially traumatic experiences (PTEs) in childhood were examined among 54 adult refugee patients with pre-flight PTEs of war and human rights violations (HRVs) and related to mental health and quality of life at treatment start. Extent of c...

Forfattere: M. Opaas, S. Varvin
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Review of child and adolescent refugee mental health

Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry - Journal Article

To review stressful experiences and stress reactions among child and adolescent refugees, as well as interventions and ethical considerations in research and clinical work, within the framework of the chronological experiences of child refugees; namely, t...

Forfattere: S. L. Lustig, M. Kia-Keating, W. G. Knight, P. Geltman, H. Ellis, J. D. Kinzie, T. Keane, G. N. Saxe
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Returning to school after a terror attack: A longitudinal study of school functioning and health in terror-exposed youth

European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry - Journal Article

Terrorist attacks and mass shootings often involve youth. Knowledge is needed on how this may impact their health and functioning. This study investigates perceived academic performance and school wellbeing in 237 terror-exposed survivors of the Utøya you...

Forfattere: L. E. Stene, J. H. Schultz, 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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