Psychological impact of disasters and terrorism on children and adolescents: experiences from Australia.

@article{Wooding2004PsychologicalIO,
  title={Psychological impact of disasters and terrorism on children and adolescents: experiences from Australia.},
  author={Sally Wooding and Beverley Raphael},
  journal={Prehospital and disaster medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={10-20}
}
Recent acts of terrorism have emphasised the need for research to further establish not only the nature of the impact of disaster and terrorism on the population, but also further define methods of effective intervention. Those affected, and often overlooked, include children and adolescents, yet, our knowledge of the impact upon the younger members of our community is limited. The literature is evolving, and there are a small number of valuable studies that can inform a response to the mental… CONTINUE READING

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