Darius Gishoma

Academic rank: 
Academic Leadership Position: 
Postgraduate Coordinator
Published Papers : 

•    Gishoma, D., & Brackelaire, J. L. (2008). Quand le corps abrite l'inconcevable. Cahiers de psychologie clinique, (1), 159-183.
•    Gishoma, D., Brackelaire, J. L., Munyandamutsa, N., Mujawayezu, J., Mohand, A. A., & Kayiteshonga,
Y. (2014). Supportive-expressive group therapy for people experiencing collective traumatic crisis during the genocide commemoration period in Rwanda: Impact and implications. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2(1), 469-488.
•    Brackelaire, J. L., Cornejo, M., & Gishoma, D. (2017). Violence politique, traumatisme et (re) création des métiers cliniques. Pour une clinique de la responsabilité sociale à partir des traumatismes psychosociaux.
•    Musanabaganwa, C., Jansen, S., Fatumo, S., Rutembesa, E., Mutabaruka, J., Gishoma, D., ... & Mutesa, L. (2020). Burden of post-traumatic stress disorder in postgenocide Rwandan population following exposure to 1994 genocide against the Tutsi: A meta-analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders, 275, 7-13.        •    Binagwaho, A., Remera, E., Bayingana, A. U., Gishoma, D., Scott, K. W., Goosman, M., ... & Nsanzimana, S. (2021). Addressing the mental health needs of children affected by HIV in Rwanda: validation of a rapid depression screening tool for children 7–14 years old. BMC pediatrics, 21(1), 1- 8.
•  Nsabimana, E., Rutembesa, E., Gishoma, D., Uwineza, J., Fasseur, F., Herczog, M., & Martin- Soelch, C. (2021). Does residential care system orphanize children? Perceived pathways to self - adjustment following institutionalization in Rwanda. Children and Youth Services Review, 122, 105870.                            •    Hughes, T. L., Riggle, E. D., Moreland, P., White, R., & Gishoma, D. (2021). Trauma, mental health, and health care experiences of lesbian and bisexual women in Rwanda. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity.
•    Moreland, P., White, R., Riggle, E. D., Gishoma, D., & Hughes, T. L. (2019). Experiences of minority stress among lesbian and bisexual women in Rwanda. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, 8(4), 196.
•    Holli, A., Kateera, B. A., White, R., & Gishoma, D. (2018). The significance of HIV and 
noncommunicable diseases in Africa. Rwanda Journal of Medicine and Health Sciences, 1(1).                                  •    De Almeida Mello, J., Luo, H., Hirdes, A., Heikkilä, J., Umubyeyi, B., Gishoma, D., ... & Van Audenhove, C. (2021). An International Pilot Study of Self-Reported Quality of Life in Outpatient and Inpatient Mental Health Settings. Frontiers in psychiatry, 1304.
•    Sashidharan, S. P., White, R., Mezzina, R., Jansen, S., & Gishoma, D. (2016). Global mental health in high-income countries. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 209 (1), 3-5.                                                                                •    Mukamusoni, J; Gishoma,D.; Sebuhoro,C. (2011). Enfants nés du viol: difficile question des origines.
Hosselet-Herbignat, M. (Eds). Le corps, source de honte ou chance de liberté? N°220, P.34-40.
•    Kanyoni, M., Gishoma, D., & Ndahindwa, V. (2015). Prevalence of psychoactive substance use among youth in Rwanda. BMC research notes, 8(1), 1-8. 
•    Caspar, E. A., Gishoma, D., & De Saldanha da Gama, P. A. M. (2021, June 23). Obedience to authority in the aftermath of a genocide. A social neuroscience study in Rwanda. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/a8r7y                                                                                                                                      

Brief profile: 
His primary area of research and publication is in treatment development and evaluation of Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression and Substance Abuse, Global Mental Health, maternal and child health and Community-based interventions
Research Area: 
Mental health