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Jenny Hufenreuter, Josephine Otto and Michael Linden

. Additionally, we wanted to develop an instrument that allows to assess protocol adherence. Materials and methods Patients The study was performed in a department of behavioural and psychosomatic rehabilitation (Dept. of Behavioral and Psychosomatic Medicine at the Rehabilitation Center Seehof of the Federal German Pension Fund, Teltow/Berlin, Germany). All patients were routinely treated with about 6 h of occupational therapy per week; individual psychotherapy, sports therapy or social therapy was added to the medical treatment. They were asked whether they would

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Reinhard Heun

mood selection bias Nugraha B, Ghashang SK, Hamdan I, Gutenbrunner C 2017 . Germany effects on mood and quality of life propective case-control follow up 50 young healthy subjects male 26.2 years Hospital Depression and Anxiety Score, and Beck’s Depression index-ll scores in depression and anxiety slightly improved during Ramadan Ramadan fasting had a postitive effect on anxiety and depression Ramadan fasting has no negative effects on mood and quality of life depression results varied by scale used selection bias, poor

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Stuhec Matej and Serra-Mestres Jordi

, maprotiline and trimipramine, should be avoided in this population. Trazodone, other SSRIs (e.g., escitalopram, sertraline), and mirtazapine could be used. A reduced dose of TCAs is recommended for elderly patients because elderly patients taking TCAs have been reported to have a higher frequency of confusion and other manifestations relating to the central nervous system ( Holt et al. 2010 ). However, although the PRISCUS list is useful in daily practice, it has many limitations. The PRISCUS list for the elderly was developed specifically for use in Germany, which means

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Reinhard Heun and Alan Pringle

-up 384 male footballers 27 (5) Finland, France, Norway, Spain and Sweden 12-item General Health Questionnaire, 3 or more points indicating caseness 12 months incidence of 37% for anxiety/depression. No significant association between adverse life events, conflict with trainer or career satisfaction with anxiety/depression. Selection bias, loss to follow up. Gouttebarge, Johnson, Rochcongar, Rosier, Kerkhoffs 2016 Cross-sectional, one season incidence 391 European professional football referees 33 (7) Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Norway