Global Collaboration on Traumatic Stress: Findable Trauma Data Project
We are creating a searchable index of data resources on traumatic stress.
Please tell us about -- or direct us to -- available data sets / data resources / collections of studies that focus on potentially traumatic experiences and consequences of those experiences.
These resources may come from your research groups or organisations, institutes, societies, and universities, or may be other resources that you are aware of.
We are happy to include data resources that are not yet accessible to researchers beyond the original data collectors, but which could be accessible in the future.
Information that you share here about a data resource may be included in our online index.
Learn more about this project here:
PLEASE COMPLETE WHAT YOU CAN FOR THE ITEMS BELOW. EVEN A BIT OF BASIC INFORMATION IS USEFUL FOR THE PROJECT TEAM. THANKS!
Name of person completing the form (in case we have a follow-up question)
Email of person completing the form (in case we have a follow-up question)
Name of data resource you want to tell us about
Brief description of this data resource
Website (URL) for this data resource (if available)
Citation / publication that describes this data resource (if available)
How / where to find out more about this data resource (i.e., name or contact information of person or institution)
Any additional information you can provide is appreciated. Please complete what you can for the items below, then click "submit".
Type of data resource (check all that apply)
Dataset (single research study)
Collection of related datasets
Data repository or archive (storing datasets that may be unrelated to each other)
Data from a national / governmental survey
Administrative data from institution or government
Clinical trial data
Patient data / health record data
(Estimated) Number of participants / subjects represented
Accessibility of data
Open / public
Accessible by request
Available only to research team / collaborators
Level(s) of data available (check all that apply)
Data at individual participant level (anonymized)
Group- / study- level aggregate data
Geographical coverage - list country/ies where data was collected, or specify global
Language(s) in which data was collected
Age of population of interest (check all that apply)
Children or adolescents
Type(s) of trauma exposure / experience represented (check all that apply)
Child Physical Abuse/Maltreatment
Child Sexual Abuse
Initimate Partner Violence
Secondary / Vicarious Traumatization in Professionals / Helpers
Survivors/Descendants of Historical Trauma
War / Post-Conflict Settings – Civilians
War – Military/Peacekeepers/Veterans
Does this data resource include information on the following? (check all that apply)
Mental health consequences of trauma
Physical health consequences of trauma
Predictors / etiology
Intervention to prevent or treat consequences of trauma
Prevalence / epidemiology of trauma / consequences
THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP.
To learn more about this project and making traumatic stress research data more Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR), visit the Global Collaboration web page here:
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