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The Major Elements of Psychological Assessment and Intervention for Children and Adolescents after a Disaster: A Professional Delphi Preliminary Survey.

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재난 시 소아청소년 정신건강 평가 및 치료의 주요 요소: 전문가 델파이 예비 조사
Park, JH | Lee, MS | Chang, HY  | Hwang, JW | Lee, JH | Kim, JY | Lee, CS | Kim, E | Bae, SM | Bhang, SY
Journal of the Korean Academy of child and adolescent psychiatry, 27(3). : 164-172, 2016
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Journal of the Korean Academy of child and adolescent psychiatry
OBJECTIVES: This study attempted to evaluate the usefulness and direction of development of post-traumatic assessment and interventions based on the opinions of psychiatrics and disaster and trauma-related experts using the Delphi survey technique.
METHODS: In-depth individual interviews served as the pre-survey and were followed by Delphi primary and secondary surveys. Specialists in child and adolescent mental health, psychological support professionals specialized in disasters and related practitioners with experience of disasters in Korea completed a set of questionnaires and participated in focus group interviews and in-depth individual interviews on post-traumatic assessment and intervention.
RESULTS: We found that the following issues have a significant impact on the interventions after disasters: the proper time of the initial interview in the event of a disaster, assessment notices, aged assessment services, mandatory enforcement measures, scale screening and treatment intervention elements, symptoms degree classification, intervention standardization, the use of a levelled program, care unit environment, and operation plan.
CONCLUSION: This study proposed effective mental health intervention measures and has implications for the development of evaluation treatment protocols after disasters.
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