Prevalence of anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder in the Kashmir Valley

Principal investigator

Tambri Housen
Purpose of study
Purpose of study

  • Concept
  • Protocol & ERB
  • Implementation
  • Completion
  • Archived

Study timeline

  • No update impact added by Annick Lenglet

    15th October 2019

    Study finalised and published.

     
  • No update impact added by Annick Lenglet

    15th October 2019

    This study does not require an update

     
  • Study coordinator or Topic Holder changed by Renée Teernstra

    2nd October 2018
  • Publication added by Renée Teernstra

    19th September 2018
    Prevalence of anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder in the Kashmir Valley Housen, Tambri "–" BMJ (2017)
     
  • Title changed by Renée Teernstra

    19th September 2018

    Changed to “Prevalence of anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder in the Kashmir Valley”

  • Data sharing agreements added by Renée Teernstra

    31st March 2017
    Kashmir_mental_health_survey_DSA_Tambri.pdf
    138 KB
     
  • Completed date changed by Renée Teernstra

    9th February 2017

    Changed to “2017-02-09”.

     
  • Completion
    9th February 2017
  • Other added by Tambri Housen

    10th November 2016
    Research_Summary_KHMS2015.pdf
    1.64 MB
     
  • Programmes impact added by Tambri Housen

    10th November 2016

    The results of this research led to the review of MSF programmatic activities in Kashmir. A working group was established with local mental health stakeholders and a new collaborative model of care designed. The new model of care will be implemented in 2017.

     
  • Policy briefing paper dissemination added by Tambri Housen

    10th November 2016

    Research Summary disseminated at the formal release of the study results at the Research Symposium 18th May 2016. Government Medical College, Srinagar.

     
  • Magazine, newsletter or online publication dissemination added by Tambri Housen

    10th November 2016

    Report available on MSF India webpage
    http://www.msfindia.in/medical-reports

     
  • Scientific meeting dissemination added by Tambri Housen

    10th November 2016

    Housen, T., Lenglet, A., Shah, S., Ariti, C., Shah, H., Ara, S., Viney, K., Janes, S., Pintaldi, G. 2016. Prevalence of depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder related symptoms in the Kashmir Valley – a cross sectional study. Research Symposium 18th May 2016. Government Medical College, Srinagar.

    Housen, T., Lenglet, A., Shah, S., Ariti, C., Shah, H., Ara, S., Viney, K., Janes, S., Pintaldi, G. 2016. Prevalence of depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder related symptoms in the Kashmir Valley – a cross sectional study. Round Table Conference 11th May 2016. Government Medical College, Srinagar.

    Housen, T., Lenglet, A., Shah, S., Ariti, C., Shah, H., Ara, S., Viney, K., Janes, S., Pintaldi, G. 2016. Prevalence of depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorder related symptoms in the Kashmir Valley – a cross sectional study. MSF Scientific Day South Asia 2016, 28th May. India International Centre, New Delhi.

     
  • Study coordinator or Topic Holder removed by Kim West

    8th October 2016
  • Principal investigator changed by Kim West

    8th October 2016

    Changed to “Tambri Housen”

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  • ERB documentation added by Kim West

    25th July 2016
    1516_approval.pdf
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  • ERB documentation added by Kim West

    25th July 2016
    1516_kashmir_MH_rev1.docx
    92.9 KB
     
  • ERB documentation added by Kim West

    25th July 2016
    1516_kashmir_MH_rev1_responses.docx
    98.3 KB
     
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  • ERB documentation added by Kim West

    25th July 2016
    MH_Survey_Ethics_Form_Kashmir_2015.pdf
    706 KB
     
  • ERB documentation added by Kim West

    25th July 2016
    MH_Survey_Kashmir_2015_Research_Protocol.pdf
    1.38 MB
     
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  • Concept
    25th July 2016
  • Study created

    25th July 2016

    Originally titled Prevalence of depression, anxiety and posttraumatic stress related symptoms in the Kashmir Valley