AJTS - African Journal of Traumatic Stress
A publication of African Psycare Research Organisation In Collaboration with Makerere University College of Health Science.
African Journal of Trauma Stress [AJTS]
The African Journal of Traumatic Stress (AJTS) was established after the long realization of the need for all workers caring for traumatized people in Africa, to communicate to each other, to share experiences, knowledge, skills and to support each other. It was realized that there was a need to document and communicate all this knowledge to a wider audience beyond the African continent for the world to know, appreciate and help the traumatized peoples of Africa in the context of the now globalized increase of torture and organized violence as well as other man-made and natural disasters.
The primary objective of the AJTS is to provide a forum for discussion and presentation of papers to enhance the care and rehabilitation of the traumatized people’s of Africa and beyond and ultimately to contribute to prevention efforts to eradicate this evil of torture and organized violence from Africa and the world at large.
- About CLAMP Refugees, Uganda Project (CLAMP- RU)
- EDITORIAL: Well-Being And The Traumatic COVID-19 Pandemic
- Major Depressive Disorder And Associated Factors Among Adult Refugees Attending A Refugee Center, In Kampala, Uganda
- Trauma And Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Approaches To Treatment For Victims In Post-Conflict Communities In Northern Uganda
- Sexual And Gender-Based Violence And Torture Experiences Of South Sudanese Refugees In Northern Uganda: Health And Justice Responses
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Among HIV- Infected Adults Attending An HIV Treatment Clinic In Post-Conflict Gulu District, Uganda
Vol 5 No 1 (2020)
Teame Kifleyesus Misghinna, Etheldreda Nakimuli-Mpungu, Catherine Abbo and Eugene. Kinyanda
Dr James Okello MBChB, MMed, PhD
Helen Liebling, Hazel Barrett, Lilly Artz, Faddy Glady Canoguru
Connie Olwit, Richard Mpango, James Okello, Eugene Kinyanda
Henry Oboke, Ask Elklit, Emilio Ovuga, Morten Sodemman
George Opong, Samuel Muiri Wangalwa, S Kugonza, Julian Ankunda, A Talimusinwa
Refugees in Uganda