ADAPTING NARRATIVE EXPOSURE THERAPY FOR CHINESE EARTHQUAKE SURVIVORS: A PILOT RANDOMISED CONTROLLED FEASIBILITY STUDY
We have had an empirical paper describing a pilot trial of our narrative expressive therapy intervention, working with Sichuan earthquake survivors, accepted for publication in BMC Psychiatry. This is the second paper on the use of narrative expressive therapy with earthquake survivors in China. BMC Psychiatry’s impact factor is: 2.24. It is ranked 42nd out of a 149 psychiatry journals. The paper can be cited as:
Zang, Y., Hunt, N., and Cox, T. (In press) Adapting Narrative Exposure Therapy for Chinese earthquake survivors: A pilot randomised controlled feasibility study. BMC Psychiatry.
My thanks go to Yinyin Zang for crafting this paper through and also to my colleague in the Division of Psychiatry and Applied Psychology at the University of Nottingham, Nigel Hunt.