Prevalence and Course of Symptom-Defined PTSD in Individuals Directly or Indirectly Exposed to Terror: A Longitudinal Study.

@article{Hansen2017PrevalenceAC,
  title={Prevalence and Course of Symptom-Defined PTSD in Individuals Directly or Indirectly Exposed to Terror: A Longitudinal Study.},
  author={Marianne Bang Hansen and Marianne Skogbrott Birkeland and Alexander Nissen and Ines Blix and {\O}ivind Solberg and Trond Heir},
  journal={Psychiatry},
  year={2017},
  volume={80 2},
  pages={
          171-183
        }
}
OBJECTIVE It is well established that direct exposure to terrorism can result in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, individuals indirectly exposed to terrorism may also develop symptoms of PTSD. This study examined the prevalence and course of symptom-defined PTSD in employees who were present and not present at the site of a workplace terror attack. METHODS Survey data from ministerial employees were collected 10, 22, and 34 months after the 2011 bombing in the government… CONTINUE READING
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