About this Research Topic
We would like to see studies using observational, experimental or interventional designs, investigating pathophysiological mechanisms as well as the role of stress on (physical and mental) health in different types of environment throughout the lifespan. Studies exploring therapeutic interventions are highly appreciated. Prevention-oriented research as well as theoretical contributions are also of interest. We are open to research coming from different research disciplines and traditions, including psychiatry, psychology, clinical neurosciences, occupational health, public health, education, social and nursing research, among others. We welcome original research, reviews, case reports, clinical trials, clinical study protocols. The purpose of this Research Topic is to provide the field with a cutting edge update of current approaches in translational psychiatry and psychology, psychosomatic medicine and social psychiatry that is hoped to improve and create preventive measures and therapeutic options for refugee mental health.
Keywords: Psychological distress, trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, refugees, post-migration living difficulties
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