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Trauma Should no Longer Remain a Hidden Variable in the Lives of Older Women

Cook discusses the paper by Dr. Sampson et al examining survey data from the Nurses' Health Study II in over 30,000 current or former female nurses ages 53-74 years old. This is one of the largest, most comprehensive reports of trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptom presence and severi... Full description

Journal Title: The American journal of geriatric psychiatry 2022, Vol.30 (5), p.603-605
Main Author: Cook, Joan M
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description: Cook discusses the paper by Dr. Sampson et al examining survey data from the Nurses' Health Study II in over 30,000 current or former female nurses ages 53-74 years old. This is one of the largest, most comprehensive reports of trauma, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptom presence and severity, and related treatment in a national sample of middle-aged and older women in the US. Trauma exposure was common in this group (82.2%) and the prevalence of lifetime (10.5%) and past month PTSD (1.5%) were comparable to those in general population samples of women. One particularly striking finding was that over one-third of women with lifetime PTSD reported never receiving trauma-related mental health treatment, indicating a considerable treatment gap.
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