Incidence of depression, anxiety and stress following traumatic injury: a longitudinal study

  title={Incidence of depression, anxiety and stress following traumatic injury: a longitudinal study},
  author={Taneal A Wiseman and Kate Anne Curtis and Mary K. Lam and Kim N Foster},
  booktitle={Scandinavian journal of trauma, resuscitation and emergency medicine},
BACKGROUND Traumatic injury and mental health disorders are co-associated. Early identification of depression, anxiety and stress following injury, and subsequent preventive intervention, may reduce the long-term symptoms and negative impacts associated with depression and anxiety. The purpose of the study was to determine the incidence, severity and predictors of depression, anxiety and stress in injured patients in the acute phase of care, and at six months following injury, as well as the… CONTINUE READING
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