Publications

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Recent presentations:

Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Monash University, 22 August 2017

Charles Darwin University, 17 August 2017

International publications:

Hoysted, Babl, Kassam-Adams, Landolt, Jobson, Curtis, Kharbanda, Lyttle, Parri, Stanley & Alisic (online first). Perspectives of Hospital Emergency Department Staff on Trauma-informed Care for Injured Children: An Australian and New Zealand Analysis Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health

Alisic, Tyler, Giummarra, Kassam-Adams, Gouweloos, Landolt & Kassam-Adams (2017). Trauma-informed care for children in the ambulance: International survey among pre-hospital providers. Trauma-informed care for children in the ambulance: International survey among pre-hospital providers European Journal of Psychotraumatology

Gunaratnam & Alisic (2017). Epidemiology of trauma and trauma-related disorders in children and adolescents. In Landolt, Schnyder & Cloitre (Eds.) Evidence Based Treatments for Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents

Dückers, Alisic & Brewin (online first). A vulnerability paradox in the cross-national prevalence of PTSD. British Journal of Psychiatry

Schüssler-Fiorenza Rose, Eslinger, Zimmerman, Scaccia, Lai, Lewis & Alisic (2016). Adverse childhood experiences, support, and the perception of ability to work in adults with disability PLOS ONE

Ronan, Haynes, Towers, Alisic, Ireland, Amri, Davie & Petal (2016) Child-centred disaster risk reduction: Can disaster resilience programs reduce risk and increase the resilience of children and households? Australian Journal of Emergency Management

Alisic, Hoysted, Kassam-Adams, Landolt, Curtis, Kharbanda, Lyttle, Parri, Stanley & Babl (2016). Psychosocial care for injured children: worldwide survey among hospital Emergency Department staff. Journal of Pediatrics

Lai, Alisic, Lewis & Ronan (2016) Approaches to the assessment of children in the context of disasters. Current Psychiatry Reports

Alisic, Krishna, Robbins & Mehl (2016). A Comparison of parent and child narratives of children’s recovery from trauma. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.

Alisic, Barrett, Bowles, Conroy & Mehl (2016). Families coping with child trauma: A naturalistic observation methodology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

Alisic, Krishna, Groot & Frederick (2015). Children’s mental health and wellbeing after parental intimate partner homicide: a systematic review. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review

Alisic, Groot, Snetselaar, Stroeken & Van de Putte (2015). Parental intimate partner homicide and its consequences for children: protocol for a population-based study. BMC Psychiatry, PDF

Gigengack, Van Meijel, Alisic & Lindauer (2015). Comparing three diagnostic algorithms of posttraumatic stress in young children exposed to accidental trauma: an exploratory study. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, PDF

Alisic, Barrett, Bowles, Babl, Conroy, McClure, Anderson & Mehl, M.R. (2015). Ear for recovery: protocol for a prospective study on parent–child communication and psychological recovery after paediatric injury. BMJ Open PDF

Ronan, Alisic, Towers, Johnson & Johnston (2015, online). Disaster preparedness for children and families: A critical review. Current Psychiatry Reports

Lamerichs, Alisic & Schasfoort (2015). Accommodating strategies in trauma talk with children: a sequential analysis of children’s I don’t know answers when recounting traumatic episodes in their lives. In O’Reilly & Lester (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Child Mental Health. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Alisic, Zalta, Van Wesel, Larsen, Hafstad, Hassanpour, & Smid (2014). Rates of post-traumatic stress disorder in trauma-exposed children and adolescents: Meta-analysis. The British Journal of Psychiatry

Kilmer, Gil-Rivas, Griese, Hardy, Hafstad & Alisic (2014). Posttraumatic growth in children and youth: Clinical implications of an emerging research literature. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry

Alisic, Conroy, Magyar, Babl & O’Donnell (2014). Psychosocial Care for Seriously Injured Children and their Families: A Qualitative Study among Emergency Department Nurses and Physicians. Injury

Ellis, Alisic, Fisher, Reiss & Dishon (2014). Emotion regulation among preschoolers on a continuum of risk: The role of maternal emotion coaching. Journal of Child and Family Studies

Fodor, Unterhitzenberger, Chou, Kartal, Leistner, Milosavljevic, Nocon, Soler, White, Yoo & Alisic (2014). Is traumatic stress research global? A bibliometric analysis. European Journal of Psychotraumatology PDF

De Soir, Zech, Alisic, Versporten, Van Oyen, Kleber, Van der Hart & Mylle (2014). Children Following the Ghislenghien Gas Explosion: PTSD Predictors and Risk Factors. Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma

Van Wesel, Alisic & Boeije (in press). Using qualitative evidence to optimize child PTSD treatment guidelines. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.

Ellis & Alisic (2013). Maternal emotion coaching: A protective factor? Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma

Van Wesel, Boeije, Alisic & Drost (2012). I’ll be working my way back: A qualitative synthesis on the trauma experience of children. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy PDF

Alisic (2012). Teachers’ perspectives on providing support to children after trauma: A qualitative study. School Psychology Quarterly PDF

Alisic, Bus, Dulack, Pennings & Splinter (2012). Teachers’ experiences supporting children after traumatic exposure. Journal of Traumatic Stress PDF

Alisic, Boeije, Jongmans & Kleber (2012). Supporting children after single-incident trauma: Parents’ views. Clinical Pediatrics PDF

Alisic, Boeije, Jongmans & Kleber (2011) Children’s perspectives on dealing with traumatic events. Journal of Loss and Trauma PDF

Boeije, Van Wesel & Alisic (2011). Making a difference: Towards a method for weighing the evidence in a qualitative synthesis. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Pratice PDF

Alisic, Jongmans, Van Wesel & Kleber (2011). Building child trauma theory from longitudinal studies: A meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review PDF incl. supplemental tables

Alisic & Kleber (2010). Measuring posttraumatic stress reactions in children: Preliminary validation of the Children’s Responses to Trauma Inventory. Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma PDF

Alisic, Van der Schoot, Van Ginkel & Kleber (2008). 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

Alisic, Van der Schoot, Van Ginkel & Kleber (2008). Trauma exposure in primary school children: Who is at risk? Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma PDF

National publications:

Alisic, Eland, Huijbregts & Kleber (2013). Handleiding bij de Schokverwerkingslijst voor Kinderen – herziene versie [Manual of the Children’s Responses to Trauma Inventory – revised version]. Amsterdam: Boom Testuitgevers.

Strijker-Kersten & Alisic (2013). Als een kind betrokken is: Opvang en rol van ouders na een schokkende gebeurtenis. Critical Care Magazine

Alisic (2012). Issue: Kinderen ondersteunen na trauma [Issue: Supporting children after trauma]. Counselling Magazine

Alisic, Van Schaijk, Groot & Strijker-Kersten (2012). De gevolgen van partnerdoding voor kinderen. [Consequences of fatal domestic violence for children]. Kind en Adolescent Praktijk PDF

Alisic (2012). Kinderen ondersteunen na trauma. [Supporting children after trauma] Amsterdam: Boom Uitgevers.

Alisic(2012). Diagnostiek bij kinderen; interviews en vragenlijsten om posttraumatische stress bij kinderen te meten [Diagnostics in children: Interviews and questionnaires measuring posttraumatic stress]. In E. Vermetten, R.J. Kleber, & O. Van der Hart (Eds.), Handboek Posttraumatische Stress Stoornissen [Handbook of Posttraumatic Stress Disorders]. Utrecht: De Tijdstroom.

Alisic (2012). Welke kinderen ontwikkelen langdurige stressklachten na een schokkende gebeurtenis? [Which children develop long-term stress symptoms after a traumatic event?]. Tijdschrift voor Orthopedagogiek.

Alisic (2011). De ethiek van trauma-onderzoek bij kinderen: meten is weten [The ethics of trauma research in children: Measuring it is the key]. Psychologie en Gezondheid

Alisic, Eland, Huijbregts & Kleber (2011). Handleiding bij de Schokverwerkingslijst voor Kinderen – herziene versie [Manual of the Children’s Responses to Trauma Inventory – revised version]. Diemen/Utrecht, the Netherlands: Institute for Psychotrauma in collaboration with Utrecht University and University Medical Center Utrecht.

Alisic (2011). Vragenlijsten Onderzoeksdeelname voor Kinderen en Ouders [Research Participation Questionnaire – Dutch child and parent form, original version by Kassam-Adams & Newman, 2002]. Utrecht: University Medical Center Utrecht. [pdf]

Alisic (2010). Toolkit Kind en Trauma. Informatie voor leerkrachten van groep 5 t/m 8 [Toolkit Child and Trauma. Information for teachers in the last four grades of primary school] Utrecht: University Medical Center Utrecht.

Alisic (2010). Toolkit ‘kind en trauma’ in de maak voor leerkrachten [The making of the toolkit ‘child and trauma’ for teachers]. Cogiscope, 5, 31-32.

Alisic(2009). Children’s PTSD Inventory: Een gestructureerd interview voor de diagnose PTSS bij kinderen en adolescenten. [Children’s PTSD Inventory: A structured interview for diagnosing PTSD in children and adolescents, original English version by Saigh, 2004] Amsterdam: Pearson.

Alisic (2006). Posttraumatische Groei Vragenlijst voor Kinderen – Nederlandse versie [Posttraumatic Growth Inventory for Children –Dutch version, original version by Kilmer et al., 2006]. Utrecht: University Medical Center Utrecht. [pdf]

Alisic, Eland & Kleber (2006). Schokverwerkingslijst voor Kinderen – herziene versie [Children’s Responses to Trauma Inventory – revised version]. Zaltbommel/Utrecht: Institute for Psychotrauma in collaboration with Utrecht University and University Medical Center Utrecht.

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