Albrecht Konrad

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The current pharmacotherapy for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is mainly based on the stimulant methylphenidate and to a small extent on amphetamines which are not approved in Germany. The only approved non-stimulant so far is atomoxetin (Strattera®), a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. There is no approved pharmacotherapy for adults. The(More)
BACKGROUND Evaluations of the recovery orientation of mental health services have focused on outpatient and rehabilitative rather than acute inpatient facilities. AIM This naturalistic observational study seeks to evaluate the subjective perspective and functional outcome of inpatients before and after structural alterations. The changes made were the(More)
To evaluate professionals’ attitudes to recovery and coercion, as well their satisfaction with working conditions before and after the implementation of a recovery-oriented ward concept on an admission ward. Longitudinal study design with two measurement times of the study sample, with a control group assessed at study end. Evaluating the implementation of(More)
Considerable lack of publications and inconsistent results on construct validity make it difficult to choose an appropriate instrument to measure recovery. The aim of the present study was to evaluate additional psychometric aspects of two established measures of personal recovery with differing focuses. Bivariate associations of the recovery measures with(More)
Objective: The aim of this study is to investigate whether the curricula for physiotherapy education in Germany conform to standards recommended in the World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT) guideline for physical therapist professional entry-level education, published by the WCPT. This Guideline specifies education standards for physical(More)
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