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Table 1 Focus group and key informant demographic information

From: Exploring trauma associated appraisals in trauma survivors from collectivistic cultures

Focus group no Participant number Age Gender Ethnicity Trauma event Education Residency status in UK and employment status Time in UK Collectivism (Hofstede and Hofstede 2004)
Focus group
1 P1 25 Female Jordan RTA Masters International Student status <1 year 38
1 P2 29 Male Indian RTA Masters International student status 1 year 48
1 P3 28 Female Slovakian RTA Masters International Student status 2 years 52
1 P4 20 Female Chinese RTA BSc International student status 2 years 20
2 P5 28 Male Indian RTA Masters International Student status <1 year 48
2 P6 26 Male Sri Lankan Witness death Masters International student status <1 year a
2 P7 26 Male Sri Lankan RTA Masters International student status <1 year
2 P8 27 Male Sri Lankan RTA Masters International student status <1 year
3 P9 22 Male Chinese Accident/injury Masters International student status 1 year 20
3 P10 23 Male Vietnamese RTA Masters International student status 1 year 20
3 P11 29 Male Ethiopian Persecution A-Levels International student status <1 year 20
Interview session Participant number Age Gender Ethnicity Type of trauma work Education Work experience Time in UK Collectivism (Hofstede and Hofstede 2004)
Key informant interview
A PA 45 Male British Community violence; domestic violence; refugee trauma Ph.D. Clinical psychotherapist; >10 years 45 89
B PB 40 Female British Refugee and asylum seeker trauma; sexual abuse; domestic violence Ph.D. Clinical psychologist; >10 years 40 89
C PC 40 Male British Refugee and asylum seeker trauma; community violence; domestic violence Ph.D. Counseling psychologist; >10 years 40 89
  1. RTA road traffic accident
  2. aSri Lanka has not been given a collectivism score as Hofstede and Hofstede (2004) have done for the other countries. However, Sri Lanka is considered a collectivistic culture (Hofstede and Hofstede 2004)