“Stay at Home”: Connection between the Coronavirus Pandemic, Prevention Measures and War Trauma in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Description: Aim of this study is to analyse how COVID-19 related measures of isolation and quarantine affect people who survived the 1992-1995 war in Bosnia and Herzegovina in terms of war-trauma reminders, perceived stress levels and PTSD symptom severity. It is part of large COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey but includes newly added measures related to war trauma reminders and PTSD.

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