Long term quality of life after a wildfire disaster in a rural part of Greece *

  title={Long term quality of life after a wildfire disaster in a rural part of Greece *},
  author={Vicky Papanikolaou and Dimitrios Adamis and John H Kyriopoulos},
Purpose: The main aims of this study were to evaluate the quality of life of wildfire victims and compare it with that of a control sample of people unaffected by the disaster, and to identify confounder factors (previous psychiatric caseness, demographic factors and losses) which may influence the quality of life. Methods: This was a cross sectional case-control study. Participants belonged to an adult population which had taken part in a previous study 6 months after the disaster. The… CONTINUE READING


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