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Table 1 Questions to guide the data collection from each country

From: Psychosocial care responses to terrorist attacks: a country case study of Norway, France and Belgium

I) Pre-attack:
Identify the most updated guidelines/plans/recommendations/documents available when the attacks under study occurred, describing the provision of psychosocial care after terrorist attacks or disasters in general. Describe the content of the psychosocial care regarding
- the acute aftermath (first hours/days).
- the medium- and long-term aftermath (weeks/months/years after the incident).
Provide descriptions that are as close as possible to the formulations used in the documents.
II) Post-attack:
Identify the guidelines/plans/recommendations/documents describing the provision of psychosocial care in response to the attacks under study. Describe the content of the psychosocial care regarding
- the acute aftermath (first hours/days).
- the medium- and long-term aftermath (weeks/months/years after the incident).
Describe if there were target populations for psychosocial care interventions, and if different types of care were offered for specific groups.
Provide descriptions that are as close as possible to the formulations used in the documents.
III) Pre- and post-attack:
- Who were to be offered psychosocial care?
- Did the planned psychosocial care include screening assessments?
- If yes, when were the screenings to be performed?
- If the psychosocial care included screenings, for whom were they to be performed?
- Which healthcare providers/services were to provide psychosocial care?
- What were their intended roles/tasks and how were they coordinated?
Report also if there was other relevant information about the content and/or organization of psychosocial care that was not covered by the points above.