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Het European Journal of Psychotraumatology (EJPT) is een peer-reviewed vrij toegankelijk interdisciplinair wetenschappelijk tijdschrift en maakt onderdeel uit van de European Society of Traumatic Stress Studies (ESTSS).

Het doel van het European Journal of Psychotraumatology (EJPT) is om geleerden, behandelaars en onderzoekers te betrekken bij de essentiële vraagstukken over de gevolgen van stress en trauma. Het Journal richt zich niet enkel tot de posttraumatische stressstoornis (PTSS) maar probeert ook andere stoornissen gerelateerd aan het meemaken van een ingrijpende gebeurtenis te begrijpen, zoals depressieve stoornissen, middelenmisbruik, burn-out en neurobiologische of fysieke gevolgen. Met behulp van de nieuwste onderzoeken of klinische ervaringen op deze gebieden wordt spectrumbreed bijgedragen aan het voorkomen en behandelen van psychotraumagerelateerde klachten en stoornissen. Het European Journal of Psychotraumatology deelt de missie van de ESTSS om wetenschappelijke kennis over traumatische stress te verbeteren en te verspreiden. Papers kunnen bijvoorbeeld gaan over individuele gebeurtenissen, herhaald of chronisch (complex) trauma, grootschalige rampen of geweld.

De directe samenwerking van de NtVP met het internationaal netwerk via de Europese psychotrauma vereniging (ESTSS) en het European Journal of Psychotraumatology (EJPT) stelt ons in staat deze kennis voor een breder publiek toegankelijk te maken. De NtVP vertaalt daarom sinds het najaar van 2017 de abstracts van onderzoeken die recent gepubliceerd zijn in de EJPT.

While self-reported post-traumatic growth (PTG) has been documented after a wide variety of potentially traumatic experiences, we need more knowledge on the mechanisms behind PTG to gain a better understanding of this phenomenon. In this study, the authors aimed to investigate the hypothesized mechanism of perceived event centrality as a mediator on the pathway between peritraumatic reactions and later PTG.

Using network analysis, this study examined the structure of PTSD and depression in a sample of migrant domestic workers, an especially vulnerable community of labour migrants. This study sought to derive the central or most important symptoms, strongest edges or relationships among symptoms, and bridge symptoms between PTSD and depression.

Women with BPD may require a specifically designed intervention to achieve a positive evaluation of their entire body. The evaluation of sexually connoted body areas seems to remain an issue even after remission from the disorder has been achieved.

Traumatic sexual experiences can negatively affect sexual functioning and increase pelvic floor activity in women, especially when post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is developed. However, little is known about the effect of other types of interpersonal and non-interpersonal, traumatic experiences on sexual function and pelvic floor overactivity. The aim of this study was to examine the effects of lifetime traumatic experiences and subsequent PTSD symptoms on sexual function and pelvic floor activity and to investigate whether the effects differ for interpersonal and non-interpersonal trauma.

Sleep disturbance has been described as a ‘hallmark’ symptom of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Although there are robust findings of self-reported sleep disturbance in PTSD, evidence of sleep disturbance measured using actigraphy is less certain. The goal of this study was to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis to determine whether there are any significant differences between individuals with and without PTSD in actigraph-derived sleep measures.

PTSD in pregnant women is associated with adverse outcomes for mothers and their children. It is unknown whether women who are pregnant and suffer from PTSD, or symptoms of PTSD, can receive targeted treatment that is safe and effective. The purpose of the present paper was to assess effectiveness and safety of treatment for (symptoms of) PTSD in pregnant women.

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