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Please read the instructions page before adding your measure to the repository sheet!
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Aim: This repository is being constructed with the primary aim of creating a catalogue of measures that are being used to assess trauma and other related reactions to the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a project of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS)

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Note: Be in touch with us at kprakash@emich.edu if you would like to enter your measure into our repository
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Inclusionary criteriaColumn headersElaboration of headers
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1) Measures one or more of the following topics in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

Adverse Childhood ExperiencesNameFull name of the measure
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Anxiety and DepressionSummaryBrief summary of the measure (50 words)
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Burnout
Likely relevance for COVID-19
Brief description of relevance (20 words)
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Child Behavior ProblemsNovel measureNovel measure (yes/no)
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Coping
Amendments to original format
If not novel, clarify if it has been amended from the original format (30 words)
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Family Reactions to Those with Trauma Exposure and PTSMeasure DomainAs many domains as applicable to measure. Example, trauma, COVID-19, PTSD, depression, coping...
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Intergenerational traumaLanguages availableOriginal language and translated versions (can include those with no current validation)
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Moral InjuryAge groupChild/Adolescent, Adult, Older Adults
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Parenting StressPopulationsPopulations that measure has been normed for (either instructions or specific language amended), including but not limited to various countries, racial/ethnic groups, oral cultures, military, civilian, health care workers, mental health providers, workers considered essential for functioning society, (e.g., delivery drivers, supermarket workers, production of essential supplies, clergy, etc.,)
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Peri-traumatic responsesIntended SettingsSetting in which the measure is intended to be administered, for instance: prisons, clinical settings, refugee camps, fast-intakes such as lines at an emergency hospital or triage
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Professionals' Reactions to Those with Trauma Exposure and PTSAdministered BySelf, Clinician, Other professional
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PTSD/ PTSAdministration formatOnline, Paper/Pencil, Computer-assisted, Face-to-face interview, Observation, Telephone, Phone apps
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Quality of lifeRespondentSelf, Caregiver, Observer, Teacher etc.
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ResilienceNumber of itemsNumber of total items in measure
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RiskSubscales Names of subscales in measure
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Sleep ProblemsReliabilityReliability of scale - test-retest, inter-rater
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Social IsolationValidityValidity of scale - convergent, divergent etc.
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Social SupportLinkLink to measure
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Stressful EventsPaid or Free?Is there a fee for the measure?
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SuicidalityCopyrightIs this measure under copyright, free for use for researchers, public domain etc.
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Traumatic Loss/GriefReferencesReferences to original measure and translated versions
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Traumatic StressorsOther notesAny additional important points
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WellbeingContact informationName and contact information of researchers who have developed the measure or are currently using the measure in order to facilitate collaboration
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2) During the current COVID-19 crisis, we will be considering measures that are currently under development that are directly related to the pandemic.Last modified byName of person modifying, and date of last modification to this measure in repository
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