Title

Exploring the Educational Outcomes of Students who have Experienced Trauma: A Systematic Review

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Campus where you would like to present

Des Moines

Event Website

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source

Start Date

14-5-2019

End Date

14-5-2019

Abstract

More than two thirds of children report experiencing a traumatic event by age 16, including abuse, violence, natural disaster, unexpected loss, or refugee experiences. Childhood trauma has been found to contribute to a myriad of negative outcomes not only in childhood, but across the lifespan. Unfortunately, these poor outcomes are even more pronounced by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Given the strong predictive relationship between educational and mental health outcomes, it is important to understand inequities among students who have experienced trauma. The purpose of this systematic review is to a) synthesize the prevalence rates of trauma, by type of negative

Faculty Mentor(s)

Liane Pereira

Department/Program

Psychology

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Exploring the Educational Outcomes of Students who have Experienced Trauma: A Systematic Review

Des Moines

More than two thirds of children report experiencing a traumatic event by age 16, including abuse, violence, natural disaster, unexpected loss, or refugee experiences. Childhood trauma has been found to contribute to a myriad of negative outcomes not only in childhood, but across the lifespan. Unfortunately, these poor outcomes are even more pronounced by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Given the strong predictive relationship between educational and mental health outcomes, it is important to understand inequities among students who have experienced trauma. The purpose of this systematic review is to a) synthesize the prevalence rates of trauma, by type of negative

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/2019/Oralpres/1