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Table 4 Child Endorsements of Traumatic Events

From: Validation of the UCLA Child Post traumatic stress disorder-reaction index in Zambia

Traumatic Experience N (%)
1. Being in an earthquake that badly damaged the building you were in 0
2. Being in another kind of disaster, like a fire, tornado, flood or hurricane 7 (2%)
3. Being in a bad accident, like a very serious car accident 6 (2%)
4. Being in a place where a war was going on around you 0
5. Being hit, punched, or kicked very hard at home. DO NOT INCLUDE ordinary fights between brothers and sisters 57 (16%)
6. Seeing a family member being hit, punched, or kicked very hard at home DO NOT INCLUDE ordinary fights between brothers and sisters 60 (17%)
7. Being beaten, shot at, or threatened to be hurt badly in your community 134 (38%)
8. Seeing someone in your community being beaten up, shot at or killed 93 (27%)
9. Seeing a dead body in your community. DO NOT INCLUDE funerals 101 (29%)
10. Having an adult or someone much older touch your private parts when you did not want them to 222 (63%)
11. Hearing about the violent death or serious injury of a loved one 32 (9%)
12. Having painful or scary medical treatment in a hospital or clinic when you were very sick or badly injured 24 (7%)
Total Number of Reported Traumas, Mean (sd) Range 2.09 (1.36)
(0-8 traumas)