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Prevalence and Determinants of Depression Among Survivors 8 Months After the Wenchuan Earthquake

ABSTRACT: The current study assessed the estimated rate of depression and associated risk factors among survivors 8 months after the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in China. A stratified random sample of 1514 participants was recruited from all temporary camp communities in a county town 45 km away from t... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2014, Vol.202(4), pp.275-279
Main Author: Qu, H.Y., Zhiyong
Other Authors: Wang, L.W., Chong-Wen , Zhang, L.W., Xiulan , Ho, L.W., Andy , Wang, L.W., Xiying , Chan, L.W., Cecilia
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title: Prevalence and Determinants of Depression Among Survivors 8 Months After the Wenchuan Earthquake
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  • Qu, H.Y., Zhiyong
  • Wang, L.W., Chong-Wen
  • Zhang, L.W., Xiulan
  • Ho, L.W., Andy
  • Wang, L.W., Xiying
  • Chan, L.W., Cecilia
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  • Epidemiology
  • Wenchuan Earthquake (2008)
  • Earthquakes
  • Predisposition
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Survivors
  • Chinese
  • Males
  • Females
  • Displaced Persons
  • Bereavement
  • Resource Loss
  • PTSD (DSM-IV)
  • Impact of Event Scale - Revised (Weiss et Al)
  • Center for Epidemiologic Studies - Depression Scale (Radloff)
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description: ABSTRACT: The current study assessed the estimated rate of depression and associated risk factors among survivors 8 months after the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in China. A stratified random sample of 1514 participants was recruited from all temporary camp communities in a county town 45 km away from the epicenter. The estimated rate of depression was 35.7%. The severity of depressive symptoms was significantly associated with female sex, perceived livelihood security, loss of a family member, residential house damage or collapse, and not living in an urban area, whereas married status is a protector against depressive symptoms. The results suggest that community-based effective, sustainable, and culturally sensitive interventions and services are warranted and should be directed to the groups at high risk for mental health problems.
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abstractABSTRACT: The current study assessed the estimated rate of depression and associated risk factors among survivors 8 months after the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in China. A stratified random sample of 1514 participants was recruited from all temporary camp communities in a county town 45 km away from the epicenter. The estimated rate of depression was 35.7%. The severity of depressive symptoms was significantly associated with female sex, perceived livelihood security, loss of a family member, residential house damage or collapse, and not living in an urban area, whereas married status is a protector against depressive symptoms. The results suggest that community-based effective, sustainable, and culturally sensitive interventions and services are warranted and should be directed to the groups at high risk for mental health problems.
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