Mother, father and child traumatic stress reactions after paediatric burn: Within-family co-occurrence and parent-child discrepancies in appraisals of child stress

Conclusions The current study demonstrates the impact of pediatric burn injury on the family level, and shows simultaneous existence of within-family interrelatedness of traumatic stress and an influence of parents’ own symptoms on their perception of child symptoms. Findings highlight the need for trauma symptom screening in all family members and for considering informants’ symptoms to understand the child’s functioning in particular.
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