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Facteurs associés aux symptômes psychiatriques sévères chez les demandeurs d'asile : étude menée au centre d'accueil et d'évaluation des situations du 18e arrondissement entre janvier et septembre 2019

Abstract : Asylum seekers are psychologically vulnerable as they are subject to repeated stressors, from the country of origin to the host country. Little explored in the scientific literature, this work explores the stress factors encountered on the migratory journey and attempts to assess their impact. On 130 asylum seekers who consulted in psychiatry at the CAES in the 18th arrondissement, we found an association between severe psychiatric symptoms and a history of serious violence (torture, detention, etc.), long journeys (> 4 years), migratory path Libyan, age (> 31 years), history of childhood violence, certain nationalities (Sudan, Guinea) and resilience (contact with family, social fabric). A second analysis showed that the prevalence of severe violence was linked to geographic factors (country of origin, migratory route taken).
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François Lair. Facteurs associés aux symptômes psychiatriques sévères chez les demandeurs d'asile : étude menée au centre d'accueil et d'évaluation des situations du 18e arrondissement entre janvier et septembre 2019. Psychiatrie et santé mentale. 2020. ⟨dumas-03336054⟩

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