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James K Whittaker, Lisa Holmes, Jorge F Del Valle, Frank Ainsworth, Tore Andreassen, James Anglin, Christopher Bellonci, David Berridge, Amaia Bravo, Cinzia Canali, Mark Courtney, Laurah Currey, Daniel Daly, Robbie Gilligan, Hans Grietens, Annemiek Harder, Martha Holden, Sigrid James, Andrew Kendrick, Erick Knorth, Mette Lausten, John Lyons, Eduardo Martin, Samantha McDermid, Patricia McNamara, Laura Palareti, Susan Ramsey, Kari Sisson, Richard Small, June Thoburn, Ronald Thompson, Anat Zeira
Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth: A Consensus Statement of the International Work Group on Therapeutic Residential Care. In many developed countries around the world residential care interventions for children and adolescents have come under increasing scrutiny. Against this background an international summit was organised in England (spring 2016) with experts from 13 countries to reflect on therapeutic residential care (TRC). The following working definition of TRC was leading: “Therapeutic residential care involves the planful use of a purposefully constructed, multi-dimensional living environment designed to enhance or provide treatment, education, socialization, support, and protection to children and youth with identified mental health or behavioral needs in partnership with their families and in collaboration with a full spectrum of community based formal and informal helping resources”...
August 2017: Psicothema
Katiuscia Shirota Imada, Thiago Santos de Araújo, Pascoal Torres Muniz, Valter Lúcio de Pádua
OBJECTIVE: To analyze the contributions of the socioeconomic, hygienic, and sanitation improvements in reducing the prevalence of diarrhea in a city of the Amazon. METHODS: In this population-based cross-sectional study, we analyzed data from surveys conducted in the city of Jordão, Acre. In 2005 and 2012, these surveys evaluated, respectively, 466 and 826 children under five years old. Questionnaires were applied on the socioeconomic conditions, construction of houses, food and hygienic habits, and environmental sanitation...
December 22, 2016: Revista de Saúde Pública
Noemia Urruth Leão Tavares, Andréa Dâmaso Bertoldi, Sotero Serrate Mengue, Paulo Sergio Dourado Arrais, Vera Lucia Luiza, Maria Auxiliadora Oliveira, Luiz Roberto Ramos, Mareni Rocha Farias, Tatiane da Silva Dal Pizzol
OBJECTIVE: To analyze factors associated with low adherence to drug treatment for chronic diseases in Brazil. METHODS: Analysis of data from Pesquisa Nacional sobre Acesso, Utilização e Promoção do Uso Racional de Medicamentos (PNAUM - Brazilian Survey on Access, Use and Promotion of Rational Use of Medicines), a population-based cross-sectional household survey, based on a probabilistic sample of the Brazilian population. We analyzed the association between low adherence to drug treatment measured by the Brief Medication Questionnaire and demographic, socioeconomic, health, care and prescription factors...
December 2016: Revista de Saúde Pública
Karen Bunner, Olive Yonge
Working with adolescents in psychiatric treatment settings poses unique challenges related to boundaries. Staff are typically from a range of disciplines, and some are from nonregulated professions. Three potential boundary-crossing areas are touching, gift giving, and self-disclosure. To enhance quality of care, staff needs an orientation aimed at boundary education, including the concepts of transference and countertransference; an atmosphere of safety to discuss their observations of themselves and others; to be willing to provide feedback; and a sound knowledge base of adolescent growth and development...
September 2006: Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services
M L Hiller, K Knight, J Devereux, M Hathcoat
This article presents an initial evaluation of a community-based substance abuse treatment program for probationers described in a previous issue of the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs [27(1): 39-47]. Posttreatment outcomes for 492 probationers remanded to a six-month residential facility were assessed. Based on official state records, 9% of the probationers were rearrested in the six months following discharge from treatment. Those who graduated from the program were significantly less likely to be rearrested during the follow-up interval than were program expulsions and transfers to other programs...
July 1996: Journal of Psychoactive Drugs
W Goldfarb, N Goldfarb, R C Pollack
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February 1966: Archives of General Psychiatry
G Mora, M Talmadge, F Bryant, E Amanat, E M Brown, D Schiff
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July 1968: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry
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