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Aims: The aims of this study were to examine the prevalence and severity of aggression in patients with first-episode psychosis and to identify the association between aggression and sociodemographic and clinical factors. Methods: Consecutive patients with first-episode psychosis admitted to the...
Background : Studies that differentiate among diagnoses have detected divergent results in the experience of family burden. Aim : This study aimed to investigate differences in family burden and participation in care between relatives from subgroups of psychoses, affective disorders and ‘other...
Background : Smoking and exposure to smoke are important concerns, especially in psychiatric in-patient services. Aims : Our aims were to study variations in smoking after hospitalization for psychiatric in-patients, and to evaluate smoking-related concerns and prevalence for both patients and...
Background : This paper presents open systems analysis of the organizational dynamics of the US Catholic Church sexual abuse crisis. Most of the current literature on the crisis assigns culpability to various parties involved – in most cases to bishops and Church officials in Rome. This...
Background : Work is important for mental health but we are only just beginning to understand why so few people with psychosis in the UK work. Aims : To identify the opinions of a purposive sample of patients with psychosis on themes related to employment. Method : A thematic analysis of 15...
Background : Farmers experience one of the highest rates of suicide of any industry and there is growing evidence that those involved in farming are at higher risk of developing mental health problems. This article provides an overview of the literature examining mental health issues experienced...
Background and aims: This study examined cultural differences in beliefs about health and illness to explore differences in younger and older British Caucasians' and British Gujarati Indian immigrants' beliefs about health and illness. Methods: This study required a matched group consisting of...
Background: Ethnic minority groups differ in the pattern of their seeking help, and in their use of and attitude towards mental health systems. To meet the mental health needs of ethnic minority populations, insights into determinants of their help-seeking orientations are of great concern. Aim:...
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