UK Trauma Council | Key Research Findings
The UK Trauma Council (UKTC) research round up series helps to bridge the gap between academic researchers and busy professionals working with children and young people.
The UK Trauma Council (UKTC) is a group of leading experts, drawn from a variety of disciplines across all four nations. They are the first UK-wide platform bringing together expertise in research, practice, policy and lived experience in the field of childhood trauma.
The UKTC's Research Round Up series bridges the gap between academic researchers and busy professionals working with children and young people. A regular publication, providing short summaries of research studies from the field of trauma and childhood maltreatment. Special edition research round ups take a deep dive into research with a particular focus.
Research Round Up - Special Edition 2022Download
In this special issue, we focus on what we are learning from research on racism and trauma as well as mental health more broadly.
Research Round Up Q4 - 2022Download
This publication provides summaries of ten research studies which provide new evidence of understudied and clinically relevant issues in the field of trauma and childhood maltreatment.
Research Round Up Q3 - 2021Download
In this study, Bolton and colleagues (2021) created a large set of detailed vignettes based on real safeguarding reports.
Research Round Up Q2 - 2021Download
In this study, Becker-Haimes and colleagues (2021) investigated whether trauma exposure might bias clinicians’ assessments of other nontraumatic symptoms.
Research Round Up Q1 - 2021Download
In this qualitative study, Hiller, Halligan and colleagues (2021) gathered young people’s views on how they cope with and seek help for their emotional needs.