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Stigma in psychiatry.
  • A. Gray
  • Medicine
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 February 2002
Attitudes of the public to mental health: A church congregation
Attitudes towards those with mental illness vary amongst different groups in society. These attitudes affect the daily experience of mental health service users. It has been suggested that those from
Nutritional Recommendations for Individuals with Diabetes
This chapter will summarize current information on nutritional recommendations for persons with diabetes for health care practitioners who treat them. The key take home message is that the 1800
  • A. Gray
  • Medicine
    International psychiatry : bulletin of the Board…
  • 1 August 2011
The search for meaning, purpose and values is fundamental to most religions and philosophies, but in postmodern times the authors no longer trust in meta-narrative and there is no consensus on how to deal with existential issues, nor with how to label and map the territory.
Patterns of mortality in sickle cell disease in the United Kingdom.
In most cases for whom information was available, the cause of death (chest syndrome, pneumococcal sepsis, postoperative complications) could have been prevented.
Costs and effectiveness of a nurse specialist anticoagulant service.
In the provision of outpatient anticoagulation, the nurse specialist service was no more expensive than the consultant service and, using the primary outcome, at least as effective.
Iodine supplementation: A comparison of oral and intramuscular methods in the improvement of thyroid function and prophylaxis of goitre
Oral iodine supplementation appears to provide a more rapid beneficial effect on goitre in the short term than intramuscular injection, and improved thyroid function over a 3-month period.
Handbook of Spirituality and Worldview in Clinical Practice
We all have a worldview. These beliefs underpin what we value, the things we consider worth treating or investigating and how we deal with people. All doctors, all people, need to consider their own
Evaluating evidence-based practice within critical care.
An action research project to evaluate a corporate practice development strategy led to a cultural change in which the structure of a tool such as the AGREE instrument could be beneficial in the development of future guidelines.