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Sarah E Hetrick, Magenta Simmons, Andrew Thompson, Alexandra G Parker
OBJECTIVES: We sought to examine potential barriers to the use of evidence-based guidelines for youth depression in a tertiary specialist mental health service, as part of an initiative to implement evidence based practice within the service. METHODS: This was a qualitative study adopting a social constructionist perspective using focus groups. The focus groups, conducted with all clinicians (medical and allied health), were audiotaped, transcribed and thematic analysis was undertaken...
November 2011: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry
K T Zondervan, P L Yudkin, M P Vessey, C P Jenkinson, M G Dawes, D H Barlow, S H Kennedy
BACKGROUND: Chronic pelvic pain has often been described as a major women's health issue, but no information exists on the extent of the problem in the United Kingdom. AIM: To investigate the community prevalence of chronic pelvic pain and its effect on the lives of consulting and non-consulting women. DESIGN OF STUDY: Postal questionnaire survey. SETTING: Women aged 18 to 49 (n = 3916) randomly selected from the Oxfordshire Health Authority Register...
July 2001: British Journal of General Practice: the Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
M R Sanders
This paper presents a model for the development of a comprehensive, multilevel, preventively-oriented parenting and family support strategy to reduce family risk factors associated with drug abuse in young people. If parenting interventions are to make a significant impact at a population level on the prevalence of dysfunctional parenting practices, there is a need for an ecological approach to parenting support. Such an approach needs to target a variety of social contexts that are in a position to provide parents with access to evidence-based parenting interventions...
November 2000: Addictive Behaviors
M Broda, J Bengel
Rehabilitation facilities (N=110) in the Federal Republic of Germany had been surveyed in order primarily to take stock of the psychological/psychotherapeutical services available for treatment in various disorders. The numbers of psychologists employed are shown to vary with the diagnostic groups served by the respective institutions. Facilities in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry, for the care of disabled person, and of persons with dependence problems are much better provided with psychologists than are facilities in the fields of psychiatry, neurology, and internal medicine...
August 1982: Die Rehabilitation
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