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Social Participation and Health among Ageing People in East-Central Europe

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Barriers and facilitators to conducting research by early career psychiatrists: a literature review

interest is sparked. Other research indicates that only 10–20% of trainees lack interest in taking up an academic career ( Kuzman et al., 2009 , Williams, Curran, 1998). Getting experience in research early in training enables ECPs to balance research time as well as clinical work, and might have an impact on their professional choices (Torous, Padmanabhan, 2014). However, in child and adolescent psychiatry (CAP), only one third of all curricula across Europe offer mandatory research training ( Simmons et al., 2012 ). Psychiatric trainees are also confronted with a

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Positive impact of clinical pharmacist interventions on antipsychotic use in patients on excessive polypharmacy evidenced in a retrospective cohort study

prescribing in these patients. Although the results are interesting, there is no evidence on a similar collaborative care approach in most European countries, including those in Central Europe. The aim of this study was to determine whether the involvement of a CP directly into the patients’ treatment process can improve the antipsychotic treatment guidelines’ adherence and minimize the number of medications in older primary care patients receiving excessive polypharmacy that includes antipsychotics. We hypothesize that the CP’s interventions will improve treatment

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Differential effects of intensity and response preparation components of acoustic warning signals

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Internal relationship patterns in borderline and neurotic personality organization: An analysis of self-narratives

, P. & Bateman, A. W. (2008). Attachment, mentalization and borderline personality disorder. European Psychotherapy, 8, 1. Fonagy, P. & Target, M. (1996). Playing with reality: I. Theory of mind and the normal development of psychic reality. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 77, 217-233. Freud, S. (1911/2007). W kwestii dynamiki przeniesienia. In: S. Freud, Technika terapii. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo KR. Freud, S. (1915/2002). Popędy i ich losy. In: Z. Rosińska (Ed). Freud. Warszawa: Wiedza Powszechna. Goncalves, O

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