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

Background Research is a fundamental part of every medical discipline as it enables progress in the understanding of underlying factors for disease development, diagnostic tests and treatments of disorders ( Bhugra et al., 2015 , Dellis, Skolarikos & Papatsoris, 2014). Importantly, psychiatry is a discipline with unparalleled unmet clinical needs (Abrams, Patchan & Boat, 2003). Previous studies, however, highlight how psychiatric trainees engage in research activities less often when compared to those of other medical disciplines ( Gorwood, 2010 , Burke

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Empathy and burnout in Slovenian family medicine doctors: The first presentation of jefferson scale of empathy results

Bouvier Gallacchi M Künzi B Bovier P. Psychosocial and professional characteristics of burnout in Swiss primary care practitioners: a cross-sectional survey Swiss Med Wkly. 2005 135 101 8 2005/07/smw-10841 34 Jovanović N, Podlesek A, Volpe U, Barrett E, Ferrari S, Rojnic Kuzman M, et al. Burnout syndrome among psychiatric trainees in 22 countries: risk increased by long working hours, lack of supervision, and psychiatry not being first career choice. Eur Psychiatry. 2016;32:34–41. 10.1016/j.eurpsy.2015.10.007 . Jovanović N Podlesek A Volpe U Barrett E Ferrari S

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Implementing a psychosocial intervention DIALOG+ for patients with psychotic disorders in low and middle income countries in South Eastern Europe: protocol for a hybrid effectiveness-implementation cluster randomized clinical trial (IMPULSE)

, pharmacists and psychiatric trainees. Interventions offered include medication, psychotherapy, occupational therapy, psychoeducation and supportive psychotherapy. Montenegro Hospital-based services: patients are seen predominately by psychiatrists once per month or less frequently; the duration of routine meetings 15–45 min. Other staffs include nurses, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, psychiatric trainees and defectologists. Interventions offered include medication, psychotherapy and occupational therapy. Serbia Hospital

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