Clare Jonas

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This article describes how practice with homeless persons in a community setting was guided by Parse's theory of nursing. The ways in which Parse's theory differs from the traditional problem-based approach are presented. Parse's practice method as lived with homeless individuals is described as it unfolded in both group sessions and individual encounters.(More)
This study assessed quality of life (QoL), depression, and anxiety before and after orthognathic surgery and identified risk factors for poorer postoperative outcome. This multicentre prospective study included 140 patients from five French medical centres. We assessed patients before surgery (T1), 3 months after surgery (T2), and 12 months after surgery(More)
  • C Jonas
  • 1994
The new criminal law taking effect from the first of march 1994 contains many changes. Some of them will have important result for the psychiatric practice: it is the case of the new writing of criminal defense for mental insanity, specially in its second part, and also about the new 226.13 & 14 articles on medical confidentiality. The new infraction of(More)
INTRODUCTION The causes of postoperative dissatisfaction in orthognathic surgery are difficult to grasp. The aims of our study are to analyze the effects of orthognathic surgery on self-esteem, body image, psychological morbidity, and quality of life. We also want to assess the combined effects of these factors on postoperative dissatisfaction, and to study(More)
Nowadays, the place of psychiatrist is currently admitted in facial plastic surgery, but is still discussed in reconstructive surgery. This page will stress the importance of a cooperation between surgeon and psychiatrist, preoperatively in orthognathic surgery. After a brief review of literature, we will try to precise when psychiatrist's advice would(More)