Databasen viser en oversikt over forskningsbasert kunnskap rundt psykososiale forhold og sårbare grupper ved pandemi, med fokus på covid-19 spesielt.

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Women's mental health: acute impact of COVID-19 pandemic on domestic violence

Archives of Women's Mental Health - Journal Article

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic created a situation of general distress. Although the focus has been initially more on the physical health during the pandemic, mental health concerns linked to the lockdown have quickly risen. This study a...

Forfattere: S. Sediri, Y. Zgueb, S. Ouanes, U. Ouali, S. Bourgou, R. Jomli, F. Nacef
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When "stay at home" can be dangerous: Data on domestic violence in Italy during COVID-19 lockdown

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health - Journal Article

The global pandemic caused by a new strain of Coronavirus has brought the Italian government to adopt quarantine, isolation, and lockdown strategies as restrictive measures to reduce the virus spread. Being forced to stay at home could significantly incre...

Forfattere: B. Barchielli, M. Baldi, E. Paoli, P. Roma, S. Ferracuti, C. Napoli, A. M. Giannini, G. Lausi
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Violence in intimate partnerships and mental problems in children and adolescents. Online survey during the COVID-19 pandemic

Gewalt in intimen Partnerschaften und psychische Probleme bei Kindern und Jugendlichen: Online-survey wahrend der COVID-19-Pandemie. - Journal Article

Background: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the lives of families in an unprecedented way. During the first lockdown, extrafamilial contact was significantly reduced. Many parents had to look after their children and work from...

Forfattere: Vera Clemens, Franziska Kohler-Dauner, Ferdinand Keller, Ute Ziegenhain, Jorg M. Fegert, Michael Kolch
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Violence against women in Tunisia: Post-traumatic stress disorder and COVID-19 pandemic impact

Critical Care - Journal Article

Introduction: The pandemic caused by COVID-19 has been an exceptional universal social, psychological and health emergency. Quarantine measures adopted to contain this infection may prompt episodes of aggressionspecially against women who are already vict...

Forfattere: N. E. Nouira, W. Demni, H. Gharbi, N. Masmoudi, E. M. Ben Othmane, A. Lahouegue, D. Hamdi, W. Bahria, M. Ben Cheikh
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Violence against women during covid-19 pandemic restrictions

BMJ (Clinical research ed.) - Journal Article
Forfattere: Elisabeth Roesch, Avni Amin, Jhumka Gupta, Claudia Garcia-Moreno
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Violence against healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study from Egypt

Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health - Journal Article

Workplace violence (WPV) is a serious endemic phenomenon in healthcare settings, and it has been escalating during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this cross-sectional study, healthcare workers (HCWs) (105 physicians and 104 nurses) working at two public hospit...

Forfattere: A. Arafa, A. Shehata, M. Youssef, S. Senosy
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Unemployment and Psychological Distress among Young People during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Psychological Resources and Risk Factors

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health - Journal Article

In the wake of COVID-19, unemployment and its potential deleterious consequences have attracted renewed interest. We examined (1) the association between unemployment, occurring upon the coronavirus outbreak, and psychological distress among Israeli young...

Forfattere: Netta Achdut, Tehila Refaeli
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Twenty years of femicide in Milan: A retrospective medicolegal analysis

Science and Justice - Journal Article

Femicide constitutes a leading cause of premature deaths for women, yet it has been the subject of limited research until recently. Enhanced data collection and analysis on killings of women and girls are necessary to understand and address this unrelenti...

Forfattere: L. Biehler-Gomez, L. Maggioni, S. Tambuzzi, A. Kustermann, C. Cattaneo
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Undergraduates' Noncompliance with COVID-19 Regulations Is Associated with Lifetime Sexual Harassment Perpetration and Sexist Beliefs

Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma - Journal Article

Despite efforts by universities to curb the spread of COVID-19, evidence from a separate, yet surprisingly parallel, domain of research-sexual violence perpetration-suggests that many students violate policies that regulate individual behavior and prohibi...

Forfattere: A. A. Adams-Clark, J. J. Freyd
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The Ups and Downs of Daily Life During COVID-19: Age Differences in Affect, Stress, and Positive Events

The Journals of Gerontology: Series B - Journal Article

Past research has linked older age with greater emotional well-being and decreased reactivity to stressors, but it is unknown whether age-related advantages in emotional well-being are maintained in the wake of COVID-19. We examined age differences in exp...

Forfattere: Patrick Klaiber, Jin H. Wen, Anita DeLongis, Nancy L. Sin
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The risk of COVID-19 in survivors of domestic violence and abuse

BMC Medicine - Journal Article

A 'shadow pandemic' of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) has emerged secondary to strict public health measures containing the spread of SARS-CoV-2. Many countries have implemented policies to allow the free movement of DVA survivors in attempts to minimi...

Forfattere: J. S. Chandan, A. Subramanian, J. K. Chandan, K. M. Gokhale, A. Vitoc, J. Taylor, C. Bradbury-Jones, S. Bandyopadhyay, K. Nirantharakumar
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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sexual behaviors: Findings from a national survey in the United States

Journal of Sexual Medicine - Journal Article

Background: Studies from the first months of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and the resulting lockdown and social distancing measures have shown that there have been decreases in sexual frequency and relationship satisfaction. Aim: To ev...

Forfattere: Neil Gleason, Swagata Banik, Jesse Braverman, Eli Coleman
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The impact of COVID-19 on the safety, housing stability, and mental health of unstably housed domestic violence survivors

Journal of Community Psychology - Journal Article

Using data from an ongoing longitudinal study, we examined the impact of the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders on a racially diverse population of unstably housed domestic violence (DV) survivors over time. Specifically, we examined survivors' safety, housing ...

Forfattere: Danielle Chiaramonte, Cortney Simmons, Noora Hamdan, Oyesola Oluwafunmilayo Ayeni, Gabriela Lopez-Zeron, Adam Farero, Mackenzie Sprecher, Cris M. Sullivan
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The Impact of COVID-19 on Women's Health in Nepal

Kathmandu University medical journal (KUMJ) - Journal Article

COVID-19 has significantly impacted the world and Nepal is no exception. The pandemic has caused a reduction in health service delivery, especially for women's health conditions, resulting in an increase in challenges for an already vulnerable group. Mate...

Forfattere: R. Poudel, G. Dangal, D. Caagbay
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The hidden disaster of COVID-19: Intimate partner violence

Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy - Journal Article

The hidden and often unspoken impact of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been the prevalence of intimate partner violence (IPV). This commentary addresses this issue and highlights a study undertaken to address this public health issue by generat...

Forfattere: Frederick Buttell, Regardt J. Ferreira
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The effect of coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on the mental well-being and mental health of individuals

Perspectives in psychiatric care - Journal Article

AIM: This study was conducted to examine the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the mental well-being and mental health of individuals., DESIGN AND METHOD: This cross-sectional questionnaire study was conducted with 614 individuals over the age of 18., FINDIN...

Forfattere: Adem Sumen, Derya Adibelli
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Staying safe during COVID-19: How a pandemic can escalate risk for intimate partner violence and what can be done to provide individuals with resources and support

Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy - Journal Article

The emergence of COVID-19 presents unprecedented challenges in keeping individuals experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) safe in the United States and abroad. This commentary explores how COVID-19 may be increasing risk for IPV and what strategies ...

Forfattere: A. M. Jarnecke, J. C. Flanagan
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Socio-economic and psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic in a Spanish cohort BIOVAL-D-COVID-19 study protocol

Gaceta sanitaria - Journal Article

OBJECTIVE: SARS-CoV-2 outbreak has a negative psychological impact among general population. Data comparing mental health status before and during the outbreak is needed. The BIOVAL-D-COVID-19 study assess the socio-economic and psychological impact of th...

Forfattere: Andrea Miranda-Mendizabal, Silvia Recoder, Ester Calbo Sebastian, Marc Casajuana Closas, David Leiva Urena, Rumen Manolov, Nuria Matilla Santander, Carlos G. Forero, Pere Castellvi
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Self-harm and the COVID-19 pandemic: A study of factors contributing to self-harm during lockdown restrictions

Journal of Psychiatric Research - Journal Article

Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting public health measures may have major impacts on mental health, including on self-harm. We have investigated what factors related to the pandemic influenced hospital presentations following self-harm durin...

Forfattere: K. Hawton, K. Lascelles, F. Brand, D. Casey, L. Bale, J. Ness, S. Kelly, K. Waters
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Risk factors for attempting suicide during the COVID-19 lockdown: Identification of the high-risk groups

Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences - Journal Article

Objectives: In the wake of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, we have witnessed a rise in the instances of mental health problems and the suicide-related mortality rates. This study aims to identify the suicide-related risk factors and stre...

Forfattere: A. H. Almaghrebi
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