TITLE

Victimization of patients with severe psychiatric disorders: prevalence, risk factors, protective factors and consequences for mental health. A longitudinal study

AUTHOR(S)
Dekker, Jack J. M.; Theunissen, Jan; Van, Rien; Peen, Jaap; Duurkoop, Pim; Kikkert, Martijn
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
BMC Public Health;2010, Vol. 10, p687
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: Victimization among people with a Severe Mental Illness is a common phenomenon. The objectives of this study proposal are: to delineate the extent and kind of victimization in a representative sample of chronic psychiatric patients; to contribute to the development and validation of a set of instruments registering victimization of psychiatric patients; to determine risk factors and protective factors; and to gain insight into the possible consequences of victimization. Methods/Design: An extensive data set of 323 patients with Sever Mental Illness (assessed 4 years ago) is used. In 2010 a second measurement will be performed, enabling longitudinal research on the predictors and consequences of victimization. Discussion: The consequences of (re)victimization have barely been subjected to analysis, partially due to the lack of a comprehensive, conceptual model for victimization. This research project will contribute significantly to the scientific development of the conceptual model of victimization in chronic psychiatric patients.
ACCESSION #
55566053

 

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