Presentation on theme: "The Linate Airplane Disaster An 18 months Follow up Study on Italian and Swedish Relatives Comparing Psychosocial Support and Traumatic Grief Reactions."— Presentation transcript:
The Linate Airplane Disaster An 18 months Follow up Study on Italian and Swedish Relatives Comparing Psychosocial Support and Traumatic Grief Reactions Kerstin Bergh Johannesson, Stefano Stefanini, Tom Lundin, Roberto Anchisi
Bergh Johannesson et al 20052 Linate October 8 2001
Bergh Johannesson et al 20053 Victims at the Linate airplane disaster
Bergh Johannesson et al 20054 Methods n The revised Uppsala - Estonia follow up questionnaire n Impact of Event Scale - Revised (Weiss and Marmar, 1997) n The Stress Burnout Inventory (Anchisi et al 2001)
Bergh Johannesson et al 20055 Population n Italiansn=184 response rate 56 % n Swedesn=63response rate 84% n Total groupresponse rate 63 %
Bergh Johannesson et al 20056 Respondents Distribution of gender in %
Bergh Johannesson et al 20057 Relationship to the deceased person, comparison of nationality n.s.
Bergh Johannesson et al 20058 Immediate psychosocial support, comparison of nationality (p <.05)
Bergh Johannesson et al 20059 Other type of support (p <.05)
Bergh Johannesson et al 200510 Retrospective evaluation of health - before, immediate after and 18 months after the disaster, total group p<.05
Bergh Johannesson et al 200511 Evaluation of health - before, immediate after and 18 months after the disaster, comparison
Bergh Johannesson et al 200512 Medication for anxiety and depression, acute and at 18 months Comparison in percent by nationality Acute p <.05 Follow up p <.05
Bergh Johannesson et al 200513 Medication for sleeping problems acute and at 18 months, Comparison in percent by nationality Follow up p <.05
Bergh Johannesson et al 200514 Need of help today Comparison of nationalities P <.05
Bergh Johannesson et al 200515 Comparison of median results in I+A subscales of IES-R between nationalities
Bergh Johannesson et al 200516 Comparison of median results in IES-R between nationalities
Bergh Johannesson et al 200517 IES-R Mean values by nationality n.s.
Bergh Johannesson et al 200518 Scores on Impact of Event Scale-R, by gender
Bergh Johannesson et al 200519 Stress-Burnout Inventory in Italian and Swedish population, mean values Stress = p<.05
Bergh Johannesson et al 200520 Conclusions n Subjective evaluation of health strongly affected, not recovering at 18 months n National differences in choice of support and patterns of medication n 53 % in the total group scoring high (> 33 points) on IES-R at 18 months follow up
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