Refugee children: mental health and effective interventions.

@article{Pacione2013RefugeeCM,
  title={Refugee children: mental health and effective interventions.},
  author={Laura Pacione and Toby Measham and C{\'e}cile Rousseau},
  journal={Current psychiatry reports},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={341}
}
The mental health consequences of war and other forms of organized violence for children represent a serious global public health issue. Much of the research on the mental health of war-affected civilians has focused on refugees who have sought asylum in high-income countries and face the dual stress of a traumatic past and resettlement. This review will focus on the mental health of refugee children who have fled war as well as interventions to both prevent and treat adverse mental health… CONTINUE READING

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