Abstract

Disaster Risk Factors and Traumatic Stress (Systematic Review on Traumatic Stress)

The main goal of this article is to do a systematic review related to disaster risk factors. Journal of clinical and counseling, Trauma, violence, and abuse, Springer Verlag, PubMed, and Torture were used as the resources to figure out the articles related to the trauma and trauma risk factors. Articles were referred, and they have gone through the sample characteristics and key research outcomes. There are many domains in this world in which appear the traumas in which diverse in nature and setting and people reactions. Doing this systematic review was targeted to find out the cross-cultural deviation and variations of contextual and subjective reactions and objective matters in which can be generalized in the domain of trauma researchers. Society is full of risk factors a powerful coping mechanism can prevent a population from setting PTSD the affected population. Meanwhile, a traumatic stress is emerging through an individual level and it can be spread at the community level.


Author(s):

Asanka Bulathwatta



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