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INterventions for Complex Traumatic Events: INCiTE

Project title: INterventions for Complex Traumatic Events: INCiTE

Call to action: 16/11 16/11 Treating mental health problems associated with a history of complex traumatic events

Research type: Evidence Synthesis

Chief investigator: Dr Peter CoventryORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Peter CoventryORCID logo

Contractor: University of York

Cost: £218,654.20

Co-investigators: Dr Kath WrightORCID logo, Dr Melanie TempleORCID logo, Dr Nicholas MeaderORCID logo, Professor Corrado BarbuiORCID logo, Professor Dean McMillanORCID logo, Professor Karina LovellORCID logo, Professor Rachel ChurchillORCID logo, Professor Simon GilbodyORCID logo.

Started: March 2017 | Status: Published September 2020

PROSPERO registration: CRD42017055523

Psychological interventions were effective and acceptable at post-treatment for reducing PTSD symptoms, depression and anxiety in people with complex trauma, but the quality of the evidence was low or unclear.

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