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Objective: That sexual abuse in therapy occurs predominantly with male per- petrators and female patients is a phenomenon that requires analysis in terms of gender relations. Such an analysis is undertaken here from the perspective of feminist psychoanalytic and psychosocial theories. Method:...
Objective: The aim of the paper is to review the literature on restlessness and related syndromes in order to examine the different causes and clinical descriptions, and to present a pathogenetic model that would incorporate its diverse aetiology. Method: A literature search was undertaken with...
Objective: This paper was written after one of the authors treated a case by individual therapy using an interpreter, as patient and therapist spoke different languages. There is little literature on this subject, and this paper describes our findings and recommendations for using this approach....
Objectives: The aims of the paper are to review the notion of treatment resis- tance in schizophrenia and consider the factors important in determining non- responsiveness to standard neuroleptic treatment, and to review the strategies currently available in the treatment of such patients,...
Objective: The present study set out to determine general levels of distress, anxiety and depression in an obstetric-gynaecology inpatient population and to ascertain levels of patient satisfaction with services. Method: 200 English-speaking consecutive admissions to the hospital filled out a...
Objective: Recently we described the establishment and first 6 months of a psychiatric consultation-liaison service to a Melbourne obstetric-gynaecology teaching hospital. The follow-up report evaluates the service in two ways: first, it compares referral data for the 12 months of 1992 with that...
Objective: The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of the work of a consultation-liaison (C-L) psychiatry service to an obstetric inpatient unit in a university affiliated teaching hospital, with the aid of a comprehensive clinical database. Method: The MICRO-CARES clinical database...
Objective: The objective was to describe and evaluate a community mental health service developed during 1991–1992 in an attempt to meet the mental illness needs of an isolated rural community. The setting was the Grampians health region in Western Victoria: this region has an area of 45,000...
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