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OBJECTIVE: The study sought to determine whether psychiatric inpatients who completed a self-report symptom and problem rating scale on admission and reviewed the results with a clinician would perceive at discharge that they had been more involved in their treatment than patients who did not...
Editor's Note: The essay below, published in the Dr. Whatsisname column in the June 1959 issue of Mental Hospitals, takes a wry look at the wholesale discharge of patients from mental hospitals following the introduction of the new drugs. (See "The New Drugs (Chlorpromazine & Reserpine):...
OBJECTIVE: The reliability, validity, and feasibility of the routine use of a generic health status instrument, the Short-Form-36 Health Survey (SF-36), were examined in a psychiatric outpatient clinic of a general hospital. METHODS: The sample comprised 411 patients referred to an outpatient...
The effects of traumatic loss on children who reported a friend or acquaintance killed in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing of a federal office building were examined. Twenty-seven children who lost a friend or acquaintance and 27 demographically matched controls were assessed eight to ten months...
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