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Ten Strategic Points

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Broad Topic Area

Childhood trauma affect health across a lifetime

 

Lit Review

a.                  Introduction and Background

 

a.                   Substantial evidence has been accumulated from the past (more than ten decades), indicating a causal link between childhood adversity & risks of poor health in the future (Turner et al., 2016).

b.                  Cases of child maltreatment have been high, since the times of immemorial, and maltreated children show abnormal life (Stoltenborgh et al., 2015).

c.                   Exposure to adversity in childhood leads to adverse health outcomes in the future life (Sachs-Ericsson et al., 2016).

d.                  Growing evidence that toxic stressors in early life result in developmental complications (Nurius et al., 2015).

b.                  Theoretical Foundation

Resilience Portfolio Model (Sachs-Ericsson et al., 2016).

Ungar’s context model (Maercker et al., 2016).

Path-analysis model (Maercker et al., 2016).

c.                   Review of Literature topics with the critical theme

a.                   Exposure to Childhood trauma results to adult socioeconomic position (SEP), adult stress exposure and adult health. The effects are promoted more by of biological embedding process. It suggests that the longer the duration of exposure, the more the physical health will be affected adversely. Post Childhood intervention can serve as an effective intervention strategy (Turner et al., 2016).

b.                  Early exposure to child sexual, physical and emotional abuse and physical and emotional neglect result in poor health during adulthood. There is a need to protect children from sexual abuse, physical abuse, and emotional abuse, for them to have a healthy and happy life during their adulthood (Stoltenborgh et al., 2015).

c.                   Subjecting children and adolescents to high levels of adversity including child abuse result in poor physical health.  Higher trauma exposure leads to physical health problems. Key factors are life dissatisfaction, depression, and lack of social support (Maercker et al., 2016).

d.                  Children who are exposed to burden to childhood victimization end up developing poor physical health in their adulthood, as opposed to those who have been raised with strengths of emotion regulation, socialization, and practicing forgiveness (Sachs-Ericsson et al., 2016).

e.                   Early childhood adversity results in poor physical health in a future life, characterized by adult stress and resilience resources (Nurius et al., 2015).

Synthesis/Summary

a.                   Background; there is a need to close the gap between Childhood trauma and adult health.

b.                  Gap/problem; demonstrate a relationship between Childhood trauma and poor adult health.

c.                   Avoid factors that expose children to trauma such as child labor, sexual abuse, physical and mental abuse.

d.                  Post childhood intervention should be provided to children who have undergone through traumatizing events during their early life.

 

Problem Statement

It is known how Childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime.

 

Research Questions

Do Childhood trauma affect health across a lifetime?

How does Childhood trauma affect health across a lifetime?

What strategies can be taken to prevent the effects of Childhood trauma across lifetime or at the adult stage?

 

Sample

a.                   Location: across the United States

b.                  Target Population: individuals aged 50 years and above, who have been exposed to childhood trauma.

c.                   Sample: 2000 adults aged 50 years and above.

 

 

Describe Phenomena (qualitative) or Define Variables/Hypotheses (quantitative)

Qualitative phenomena.

To determine how Childhood trauma, affect health across a lifetime.

 

Methodology & Design

The methodology is qualitative. The design is a single study that aims at determining the relationship between childhood trauma and health across a lifetime.

 

Purpose Statement

The purpose of this qualitative single design study is to determine how childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime.

 

Data Collection Approach

The researcher will use secondary sources to come with the required data. Some of the sources that will be considered include; peer-reviewed articles, the internet, books, films, etc.

 

Data Analysis Approach

a.                   The collected data will be organized for analysis.

b.                  The data will be summarized used in descriptive statistics.

c.                   Related themes will be coded concerning research questions.

d.                   Narrative, as well as visual summary relating to the research topic, will be developed.

 

 

 

References

Maercker, A., Hilpert, P., & Burri, A. (2016). Childhood trauma and resilience in old age: Applying a context model of resilience to a sample of formerly indentured child laborers. Aging & Mental Health, 20(6), 616-626.

Nurius, P. S., Green, S., Logan-Greene, P., & Borja, S. (2015). Life course pathways of adverse childhood experiences toward adult psychological well-being: a stress process analysis. Child abuse & neglect, 45, 143-153.

Sachs-Ericsson, N. J., Rushing, N. C., Stanley, I. H., & Sheffler, J. (2016). In my end is my beginning: developmental trajectories of adverse childhood experiences to late-life suicide. Aging & mental health, 20(2), 139-165.

Stoltenborgh, M., Bakermans‐Kranenburg, M. J., Alink, L. R., & van IJzendoorn, M. H. (2015). The prevalence of child maltreatment across the globe: Review of a series of meta‐analyses. Child Abuse Review, 24(1), 37-50.

Turner, R. J., Thomas, C. S., & Brown, T. H. (2016). Childhood adversity and adult health: Evaluating intervening mechanisms. Social Science & Medicine, 156, 114-124.


Topic: how childhood trauma affect health across a lifetime
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Paper type: Research Paper
Style: APA
Cost: $88
Number of soruces: 12
Language: English (U.S.)

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