Sleep disturbance immediately prior to trauma predicts subsequent psychiatric disorder.

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STUDY OBJECTIVES This study investigated the extent to which sleep disturbance in the period immediately prior to a traumatic event predicted development of subsequent psychiatric disorder. DESIGN Prospective design cohort study. SETTING Four major trauma hospitals across Australia. PATIENTS A total of 1033 traumatically injured patients were… (More)

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@article{Bryant2010SleepDI, title={Sleep disturbance immediately prior to trauma predicts subsequent psychiatric disorder.}, author={Richard A. Bryant and Mark Christopher Creamer and Meaghan L O'donnell and Derrick M. Silove and Alexander Cowell McFarlane}, journal={Sleep}, year={2010}, volume={33 1}, pages={69-74} }