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Access to treatment for children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was examined in the general health, specialty mental health, and informal care sectors. Special education students in a Florida school district were screened for ADHD, and high-risk children and their parents...
OBJECTIVE: In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's 1990 decision in Zinermon v. Burch, renewed attention has been given to capacities patients must have to be considered competent to consent to voluntary hospitalization. An American Psychiatric Association (APA) task force suggested that strong...
The public psychiatry training program at Oregon Health Sciences University, established in 1973, educates psychiatric residents to work in community mental health centers and state hospitals. The authors present a brief history of this program, which spans three decades, and describe recent...
The psychometric properties of the interview and self-report versions of the BASIS-32 were compared. A total of 120 severely mentally ill adults enrolled in psychosocial rehabilitation were randomly assigned to either a self-report or an interview condition. The BASIS-32 had good internal...
OBJECTIVE: Representative payee programs help severely mentally ill individuals manage money from their Social Security payments to cover expenses for necessities and to avoid homelessness and rehospitalization. This study examined a representative payee program operated by a community mental...
OBJECTIVE: In a recently published survey of alumni of the Columbia University public psychiatry fellowship, respondents who were medical directors reported performing a greater variety of tasks and experiencing higher job satisfaction than those who were staff psychiatrists. Both medical...
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