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The effect of having a subsequent child
Women's mental health after lost only child in an earthquake

The post-disaster psychological morbidity was widespread among bereaved mothers, but prevalence was lower among the women with a subsequent child. Investigations on the development of the subsequent child are needed, as most of them being cared for by mothers with clinically significant psychological symptoms which might reduce caregiving capabilities.

The article was published by
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Bulletin of the World Health Organization
Volume / Volumen: 92
Number / Número: 5
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 348-355
Year / Año: 2014
Month / Mes: may


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Principal institution where the research took place
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Centre for Women's Health, Gender and Society, The University of Melbourne, Carlton, VIC, Australia


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Salud mental de las madres en duelo luego de una catástrofe natural

La morbilidad psicológica luego del terremoto fue generalizada entre las madres en duelo, pero la prevalencia fue menor entre las mujeres que habían tenido un nuevo hijo. Es necesario contar con investigaciones sobre la maduración de estos nuevos hijos ya que, en su mayoría, recibieron cuidados por parte de madres con síntomas psicológicos clínicamente significativos que podrían disminuir la capacidad de atender las necesidades del niño.
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Bibliographic references
Referencias bibliográficas

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3. Chan CLW, Wang CW, Ho AHY, Qu Z-Y, Wang X-Y, Ran M-S, et al. Symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder and depression among bereaved and non-bereaved survivors following the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. J Anxiety Disord 26:673-679, 2012.
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Other articles written by the author Yao Xu
Otros artículos de Yao Xu

1. Xu Y, Bentley RJ, Kavanagh A M. Gender Equity and Contraceptive Use in China: An Ecological Analysis. Women & Health, 51(8):739-758, 2011.
2. Xu Y, Herrman H, Tsutsumi A, Fisher J. Psychological and social consequences of losing a child in a natural or human-made disaster: A review of the evidence. Asia-Pacific Psychiatry, 5(4): 237-248, 2013.




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Yao Xu was invited by SIIC on
Yao Xu fue invitado por SIIC el
2014, july 21
  The authors' report was accepted on
La crónica del autor fue aprobada el
2018, november 7
The authors' report was accepted on
La crónica del autor fue aprobada el
2018, november 7
Published in siicsalud
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2019, february 5





The article is strictly related to the following sections of siicsalud
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Mental Health
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Public Health
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Primary Care
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Epidemiology
Epidemiología

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Effect of Having a Subsequent Child on the Mental Health of Women Who Lost a Child in the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake: a Cross-Sectional Study


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