Can you help with a thesis regarding PTSD and ethnic minorities?

Posted 9th February 2009

Liz Trubshaw, a clinical psychologist, is hoping that you may be able to help her with her doctorate.  If you have experience of working with ethnic minority clients who have been in ITU, please contact her;

Liz Trubshaw, a clinical psychologist, is hoping that you may be able to help her with her doctorate.  If you have experience of working with ethnic minority clients who have been in ITU, please contact her;

"Dear Colleague, I am a Clinical Psychologist involved in doctoral-level study at Leicester University and Leicester Royal Infirmary.   We are asking  "Do ethnic minority patients admitted to Intensive Care develop PTSD as a result of their experience more so than non-ethnic minority patients?"  I am in the process of conducting a systematic review of the literature and am keen to access gray (conference proceedings, dissertations, theses, unpublished papers) literature.   

If you have experience of working with people of different cultures who have spent some time intubated and sedated in intensive care as a result of an accident etc, and have written about it, I would value reading it!"

Many thanks

Liz Trubshaw

liz.trubshaw@patfrankish.co.uk

Clinical Psychologist

BPsych (Hons) (SA), MPsych (Clin) (SA), MSocSc Counselling (SA)

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