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Post-Traumatic Growth with Police Officer: System Review (Focused on Korean and Foreign Studies)


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1 Dept. School of Emergency Medical Technology, Kyungil University. 50 Gamasilgil Hayangeup, Daegu, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
     

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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze literature related to post-traumatic growth with police officer. Method: Systematic review of studies published were conducted through a vatiety of databases such as Ovid-Embase, Ovid-Medline, The cochrane library, Pubmed, RISS. The research terms included Police officers, Police, Trauma, Posttraumatic growth, Growth. Results: All studies were correlation analysis. In the Korean researches, PTG was positively correlated with self-esteem, problem focused coping, emotion focused coping, social support, self-disclosure and deliberate rumination. In the foreign researches, PTG was correlated with thriving, resilience, events involving threat, personal relationship stress, trauma severity, life stress, and gratitude. Demographic variables such as Female, White were also associated with PTG. Conclusion: To improve post-traumatic growth of police officers, strategies to increase stress coping, social support, are needed. Strategies to decrease stress, trauma and PTSD symptoms should be developed.

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Police officers, Police, Post-traumatic, Growth, Review literature as topic
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Seung Woo Han
Dept. School of Emergency Medical Technology, Kyungil University. 50 Gamasilgil Hayangeup, Daegu, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of

Abstract


Purpose: The purpose of this study was to analyze literature related to post-traumatic growth with police officer. Method: Systematic review of studies published were conducted through a vatiety of databases such as Ovid-Embase, Ovid-Medline, The cochrane library, Pubmed, RISS. The research terms included Police officers, Police, Trauma, Posttraumatic growth, Growth. Results: All studies were correlation analysis. In the Korean researches, PTG was positively correlated with self-esteem, problem focused coping, emotion focused coping, social support, self-disclosure and deliberate rumination. In the foreign researches, PTG was correlated with thriving, resilience, events involving threat, personal relationship stress, trauma severity, life stress, and gratitude. Demographic variables such as Female, White were also associated with PTG. Conclusion: To improve post-traumatic growth of police officers, strategies to increase stress coping, social support, are needed. Strategies to decrease stress, trauma and PTSD symptoms should be developed.

Keywords


Police officers, Police, Post-traumatic, Growth, Review literature as topic



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F194983