Our international publications are on Google Scholar

A few highlights:

Children bereaved by fatal intimate partner violence: A population-based study into demographics, family characteristics and homicide exposure PLOS ONE

Injury talk: spontaneous parent–child conversations in the aftermath of a potentially traumatic event Evidence-Based Mental Health

Trauma-informed care for children in the ambulance: International survey among pre-hospital providers European Journal of Psychotraumatology

A vulnerability paradox in the cross-national prevalence of PTSD. British Journal of Psychiatry

Child-centred disaster risk reduction: Can disaster resilience programs reduce risk and increase the resilience of children and households? Australian Journal of Emergency Management

Psychosocial care for injured children: worldwide survey among hospital Emergency Department staff. Journal of Pediatrics


Children’s mental health and wellbeing after parental intimate partner homicide: a systematic review. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review

Ear for recovery: protocol for a prospective study on parent–child communication and psychological recovery after paediatric injury. BMJ Open


Rates of post-traumatic stress disorder in trauma-exposed children and adolescents: Meta-analysis. The British Journal of Psychiatry

Is traumatic stress research global? A bibliometric analysis. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 

Psychosocial Care for Seriously Injured Children and their Families: A Qualitative Study among Emergency Department Nurses and Physicians. Injury

Teachers’ perspectives on providing support to children after trauma: A qualitative study. School Psychology Quarterly PDF

Supporting children after single-incident trauma: Parents’ views. Clinical Pediatrics PDF

Children’s perspectives on dealing with traumatic events. Journal of Loss and Trauma PDF

Building child trauma theory from longitudinal studies: A meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review PDF incl. supplemental tables

Looking beyond Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in children: Posttraumatic stress reactions, posttraumatic growth, and quality of life in a general population sample. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry PDF


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