The European Network for Traumatic Stress

Training & Practice

Results

Five reports including:

1. A description of post-disaster psychosocial mental health services of provincial and district health authorities across participating countries. Please click here to view the Mapping Report.

2. A systematic review of the current evidence base regarding post traumatic stress treatment for victims of natural and other disasters, including information on screening and diagnosis, preventive and curative interventions of trauma victims and for treatment of PTSD, organisational issues and economic issues. Please click here to view the Systematic Review and the Model of Care developed by the TENTS project.

3. A detailed needs assessment for each area is produced including information on potential strengths and weaknesses regarding successful implementation of the model within mental health services of provincial and district health authorities. Please click here to view the Needs Assesment.

4. Results of the dissemination and implementation phase of the study. A description of the systems that have been developed and a description of the professional associations that should be involved in dissemination. Please click here to view the Dissemination Report.

5. An evaluation on whether the project has achieved its objectives and produced its deliverables. Please click here to view the Evaluation Report developed by the TENTS project.


A website:

Comprehensive materials regarding the TENTS network were collected by means of the website (e.g. questionnaires) and materials are placed on the website to support providers of services (e.g. treatment guidelines). Please click here to view the guidelines developed by the TENTS project.


Dissemination:

  • Local delivery of teaching packages and other methods of learning.

  • Working materials (in different EU languages) such as brochures, leaflets, information videos and CD-ROMs. Please click here to view the brochures and leaflets developed by the TENTS project.

  • Scientific papers and public events helped publicise activities of the regional TENTS network and involve the general population.

  • Training seminars for various target groups (e.g. health care professionals).

  • Professional associations were targeted for dissemination of the results through our local partners to ensure that all relevant professionals were aware of the results.