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S.M. Yasir Arafat, M A Al Mamun and Md. Saleh Uddin

depression literacy status among the first year university students in a public university of Bangladesh. We conducted face to face interviews with D-Lit Bangla to collect data on depression literacy. Study Subjects: We selected the first-year university students who had completed 12 academic years. Respondents had basic education, were young, had not been in any specialized training, and thus, were unlikely to have an exposure to depression before. Instrument and Assessment: Data were collected by administrating a semi-structured questionnaire comprising socio

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Dinesh Bhugra

-wetting, and we worked very well and he was getting better, but when I told him and the family that I was finishing and leaving, his problem returned. Here was a major lesson in ensuring that the task of termination in therapy begins with the first session. The placements also offered opportunities to teach medical students who were indeed a very impressive bunch. The use of ECT was selective, and under the Head of the Department, Leicester carried out a study on the use and effectiveness of ECT. I was involved in a study collecting data from patients under the supervision

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Jenny Hufenreuter, Josephine Otto and Michael Linden

participants 5’-30’ Presentation of the RADL list (Recreational Activities of Daily Living), What is it about? Explanation of the general framework (activities despite impairment, What comes to my mind when filling in the list? completion of RADL list by each participant Collect ideas by of participants, support the exchange of personal experiences 30’-40’ Focus of collection on recreational activities in the past (each participant writes down at least 3 activities) Pencil and paper for each participant Support the exchange of experiences and give

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Faruk Abdullahi Mohammed, Kehinde Kazeem Kanmodi, Omotayo Francis Fagbule, Miracle Ayomikun Adesina, Nwafor Jacob Njideka and Hamza Abubakar Sadiq

collecting the data. Confidentiality of the data was maintained, and any unauthorised exposure to data was not possible. References Afifi R, Khalil J, Fouad F, Hammal F, Jarallah Y, Abu Farhat H, et al. Social norms and attitudes linked to waterpipe use in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Soc Sci Med 2013;98:125-34. Afifi R Khalil J Fouad F Hammal F Jarallah Y Abu Farhat H Social norms and attitudes linked to waterpipe use in the Eastern Mediterranean Region Soc Sci Med 2013 98 125 34 Al-Naggar RA, Saghir FS. Water pipe (shisha