Incidence

This category contains information on the incidence of PTSD, which refers to how many new cases there are per population in a specified time period. Click on the tabs below to access the information on overall incidence and incidence in particular populations. You can also use the browse and search options on the left.

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All incidence

What is incidence? The incidence of PTSD refers to how many new cases there are per population in a specified time-period after exposure to a specific event. It is different from prevalence, which represents how many overall cases exist. What is the evidence for overall incidence of PTSD? Moderate quality evidence finds the overall incidence rate of PTSD after a flood is around 16%. Incidence rates are highest within six months after exposure to flood and in people who experience severe flood intensity. The overall incidence rate of PTSD after an earthquake is around 24%. Incidence rates are highest within…

Incidence in abuse and violence survivors

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©Tinnakorn – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in bereaved people

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©eyetronic – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in caregivers

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©lil_22 – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in children and adolescents

What is incidence? The incidence of PTSD refers to how many new cases there are per population in a specified time-period after exposure to a traumatic event. It is different from prevalence, which represents how many overall cases exist. This topic presents the evidence on incidence rates in children and adolescents. What is the evidence for the incidence of PTSD in children and adolescents? Moderate quality evidence finds the incidence of PTSD in children and adolescents is around 16% at least one month after exposure to trauma. The incidence rate is highest in females, and in children and adolescents exposed…

Incidence in criminal offenders

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©viperagp – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in disaster survivors

What is incidence? The incidence of PTSD refers to how many new cases there are per population in a specified time-period after exposure to a traumatic event. It is different from prevalence, which represents how many overall cases exist. This topic presents the evidence on incidence rates in people exposed to disasters. Please also see the related prevalence and risk factor topics. What is the evidence for the incidence of PTSD in people exposed to disasters? Moderate quality evidence finds the incidence rate of PTSD after a flood is around 16%. Incidence rates are highest within six months after exposure…

Incidence in epidemic and pandemic survivors

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©CREATIVE WONDER – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in firefighters

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©Gorodenkoff Productions OU – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in healthcare workers

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©megaflopp – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in humanitarians

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©kuarmungadd – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in indigenous people

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©irinelle – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in journalists

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©kaninstudio – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in jurors

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©Mike Watson Images Limited – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in medical patients

What is incidence? The incidence of PTSD refers to how many new cases there are per population in a specified time-period after exposure to a traumatic event. It is different from prevalence, which represents how many overall cases exist. This topic presents the evidence on incidence rates in people exposed to medical conditions. Please also see the related prevalence topic and the risk factor topic on physical illness and injury. What is the evidence for the incidence of PTSD after physical illness? Moderate quality evidence finds the incidence of PTSD after an organ transplant ranges from 10% at 7 months…

Incidence in older people

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©Dmitry Berkut – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in police officers

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©mario beauregard – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in problem gamblers

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©ROMAN R – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in psychiatric inpatients

What is incidence? The incidence of PTSD refers to how many new cases there are per population in a specified time-period after exposure to a traumatic event. It is different from prevalence, which represents how many overall cases exist. This topic presents the evidence on incidence rates in psychiatric inpatients. What is the evidence for the incidence of PTSD in psychiatric inpatients? Moderate quality evidence finds the incidence of PTSD following seclusion or restraint in psychiatric institutions is between 25% and 47%. Seclusion is generally better accepted than forced medication, while restraint is least tolerated. August 2021 Image: ©Katarzyna Bialasiewicz…

Incidence in public transport drivers

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©TAE YUN 2018 – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in refugees and asylum seekers

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©route55 – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in rescue teams

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©Семен Саливанчук – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in road traffic accident survivors

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©delightimages – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in soldiers and veterans

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©Georgiy – stock.adobe.com

Incidence in war and terrorism survivors

We have not found any systematic reviews on this topic that meet the Library’s inclusion criteria. Pending enough primary studies, we invite reviews on this topic to be conducted. Alternatively we will endeavour to conduct our own review to fill this gap in the Library. August 2021 Image: ©ruslanshug – stock.adobe.com

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