Improved coping in post-traumatic stress disorder vulnerable sexual assault victims
Kara M. Harvey, BSN, Sigma Theta Tau - Iota Tau Chapter, Omaha, Nebraska, USA
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- CHI Health Creighton University Bergan Mercy, Omaha, Nebraska, USA
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This project intends to improve coping in college-aged sexual assault victims at risk for PTSD. Through the use of a psychoeducational video, at the time of forensic exam, a reduction in PTSD symptoms, an increase in adaptive coping strategies, and a decrease in alcohol and drug use is expected.
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