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Global Mental Health

US and Latin America

Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Reference Group for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings. Ecuador Earthquake Desk Review of Existing Information with Relevance to Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (2016)

Process evaluation of a mental health screening and referral program for resettled refugees in Baltimore, MD (2012-2015)

Trial of CETA for trauma affected displaced Afro-Colombians in two Colombian communities (2012-2014)

Bonilla-Escobar FJ; Fandiño-Losada A; Martínez-Buitrago DM; Santaella-Tenorio J; Tobón-García D; Muñoz-Morales E; Escobar-Roldan ID; Babcock L; Duarte-Davidson E; Bass JK; Murray LK; Dorsey S; Gutiérrez-Martínez MI; Bolton P (under review) A randomized controlled trial of a transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioral intervention for afro-descendants survivors of systemic violence in Colombia.

Qualitative investigation of the experiences and needs of pregnant women and new mothers living with HIV in Porto Alegre, Brazil (2008-2011)

Bisol C, Vazzano A, Bass J. (2012) Vivencias de Gestantes E Maes (translation: Experiences of Pregnant Women and Mothers).  A book about coping and living with HIV for pregnant women and new mothers in Brazil (in Portuguese).

Qualitative assessment of the problems affecting Haitian adults resulting from exposure to torture and organized violence (2006)

Bolton, P., Surkan, P. J., Gray, A. E., & Desmousseaux, M. (2012). The mental health and psychosocial effects of organized violence: A qualitative study in northern Haiti. Transcultural psychiatry, 49(3-4), 590-612.

Identifying mental health needs of violence affected populations in Tamaulipas, Mexico to inform the selection of mental health intervention models (2006)

Betancourt, T., Gray, A., & Bolton, P. (2006). Qualitative Assessment of Trauma Affected Populations in Tamaulipas, Mexico (pp. 1-14, Rep.). Mexico: Centro de Estudios Fronterizos y de Promoción de Derechos Humanos (Center for Border Studies and the Promotion of Human Rights).