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The mind of war-injured freedom fighters of Bangladesh 1 edition

The mind of war-injured freedom fighters of Bangladesh
M. A. Mohit Kamal

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The mind of war-injured freedom fighters of Bangladesh
a scientific study
1st ed.
M.A. Mohit Kamal.

Published 2001 by BidyaProkash in Dhaka .
Written in English.

About the Book

Study of the psychiatric morbidity among war-injured freedom fighters of Bangladesh and to highlight the post-traumatic stress disorder prevailing among them.

Table of Contents

Machine generated contents note: 1. INTRODUCTION
General consideration
Background inf6rmation
Justification of the study
Hypothesis
2. AIM & OBJECTIVES
3. LITERATURE REVIEW
Bangladesh Liberation War 1971
Important historical events
Nature of some cruel events perpetrated
by Pakistani troops
Bangladesh Liberation War 1971 : at a glance
Brief about Bangladesh
Types, magnitude & trends of violence
in Bangladesh
Bangladesh Muktijoddha Kallyan Trust &
War-Injured Freedom Fighters (WIFF)
Findings of Epidemiolocal studies
General consideration
Prevalence ofPTSD due to specific
traumatic events
Prevalence of PTSD : among war veterans
Prevalence'of other psychiatric disorders
Prevalence of PTSD: at a glance
(summary of the review)
PTSD & co-morbidity
'Aetiology of PTSD
Course of PTSD
PTSD & treatment seeking behaviour
Collection of information
4. MATERIALS & METHODS
Research approach
Study design
Place of study
Justification of selection of study place
Duration of the study
Study population
Sample technique
Sample size
Calculation of sample size
Research instrument
Inclusion/ Exclusion.criteria
Selection & training of the interviewer
Piloting
Procedure of data collection
Flow chart
Data management
Data analysis
Variables
Operational definitions of the variables
Definitions of some important terms used in
this study
5. OBSERVATION & RESULTS
6. DISCUSSION
7. SUMMARY & CONCLUSION
Summary
Conclusion
8. BIBLIOGRAPHY
9. APPENDIX
Appendix-I Consent form
Appendix-II Sociodemographic & war related
data sheet
Appendix-IIl Questionnaire on Mental State &.
Physical Examination
Appendix-IV DSM-III-R criteria for SCID
( Structured clinical interview for
DSM III R)
Appendix-V Photo Session- WIFF/NIFF
Appendix-VI Pictures of some cruel events
perpetrated by the Pakistani
troops.
XIX
IMPORTANT ABBREVIATIONS FREQUENTLY USED IN THIS STUDY
BSMMU = Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical
University
DSM-IIIR = Diagnostic & Statistical Manual IIR
ECA = Epidemiological Catchment Area
FF = Freedom Fighters
MSE = Mental State Examination
NCS = National Co-morbidity Survey
NIFF = Non-Injured Freedom Fighters
NVVRS = National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment
Survey
POWs = -Prisoner of War
PTSD = Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
SCID = Structured Clinical Interview for Diagnosis'
WIFF = War-Injured Freedom Fighters (Wounded
Freedom Fighters due to war related trauma
during Liberation war)..
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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-136).

Classifications

Library of Congress
U22.3 .M585 2000

The Physical Object

Pagination
xxiii, 173 p. :
Number of pages
173

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3976074M
LC Control Number
2001294132

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