21 Jan 2020
New issue of the Torture Journal focuses on measuring torture rehabilitation processes and results

This issue of the Torture Journal takes its focus on measuring torture rehabilitation processes and results. Scientific contributions on this subject include a measurement of rehabilitation outcomes with an instrument designed at the Marjorie Kovler Center in Chicago; a validation study examining diagnoses of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) in refugee and torture survivor populations; and a study of gender-based violence in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.

New issue of the Torture Journal focuses on measuring torture rehabilitation processes and results

The issue also comprises an applied perspective on organizational development in torture rehabilitation programs and two letters to the editor addressing involvement of medical personnel in torture in Syria and a response to the concept of psychological torture. 

Finally, Secretary-General of the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims, Lisa Henry, and Chief Executive Officer of STARTTS Centre in Australia, Jorge Aroche, provide an open letter to the Torture Journal readers and a celebratory text of STARTTS' 30th anniversary respectively. 

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"The 157 members in 75 countries and the wider anti-torture community have the right to relevant, timely knowledge which improves health practitioners ability to support torture victims to take control of their lives, be self-supporting and contribute to society."

-Lisa Henry, IRCT Secretary General

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