The 35th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies was held from the 14th to the 16th of November 2019 in Boston. The theme of the meeting was “Trauma, Recovery and Resilience: Tracing a Way Forward”.
The purpose of the meeting was to link the discoveries and insights of pioneers in the study of trauma with innovative practices for trauma treatment today in order to inform the next generation of researchers, clinicians and trauma specialists the world over.
Researchers and students from teh Trauma Studies Center were very active at the meeting, presenting 8 posters on various topics related to trauma and post-traumatic stress, including:
- The effect of psychotherapies on the quality of life of people with post-traumatic stress disorder
- The psychological recovery of psychiatric worker following an event of workplace violence
- Operational stress injuries among firefighters and first responders
- The effects of residential center educator stress on the use of seclusion and restraint
- The effects of traumatic event type on the likelihood of developing acute stress disorder
We invite you to consult the meeting program as well as the posters linked above.