CVT PATH Bibliography Q2 2019

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CVT's Partners in Trauma Healing (PATH) creates bibliographies every quarter. The PATH bibliography is a resource for current literature on the topic of the mental health status of and treatments for torture survivors, war trauma survivors, refugees, and asylum seekers. This also includes research in the areas of social work that relate directly to the psychological well-being of these populations. The bibliography includes peer-reviewed journal article citations in these areas; select original summaries of those articles; and links to the publicly available abstracts and full-text versions of these articles. This bibliography is updated and distributed on a quarterly basis. The bibliography does not currently include articles on policy and advocacy. Click here to view this bibliography.

Highlights of this quarter's bibliography include article summaries on:

  • "Screening for posttraumatic stress disorder in young adult refugees from Syria and Iraq"
  • "Undocumented asylum seekers with posttraumatic stress disorder in the Netherlands"
  • "New Developments in the Mental Health of Refugee Children and Adolescents"
  • "Prevalence of possible mental disorders in Syrian refugees resettling in the United States screened at primary care"
  • "Is silence about trauma harmful for children? Transgenerational communication in Palestinian families"

Other topics include: children and youth, health and well-being, refugees, and women.

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Partners in Trauma Healing is made possible through the financial support of the United States Agency for International Development and the American peoples’ support.

 

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