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Clinical Practice Guidelines for depression and anxiety recommend cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) as an equivalent and sometimes more effective treatment than medication. The limited research investigating CBT for anxiety and depression in epilepsy demonstrates mixed results. Described here is a pilot project using an existing group CBT intervention for(More)
OBJECTIVES Discuss initial findings of a randomized clinical trial comparing the effects of telephone-based and face-to-face (f-to-f) cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) on changes in caregiver (CG) burden, assistance support, depression, and health status for African American (AA) CGs with depression. DESIGN Pilot study using a prepost, two-group design(More)
  • C Baxter
  • 1992
The conceptualization of stress as a process involving stressors, mediators and manifestations of stress has opened up a way of more systematically investigating the impact of perceptions on stress experienced by parents of children with intellectual disabilities. Results obtained at the end of the first part of a two-stage panel design study indicate that(More)
Very little is known about the relationship between race and child abuse. Skills in prevention, detection and family support have not increased at the same pace as for the majority population. This article looks at some of the factors associated with child abuse in black and ethnic minority communities and suggests how health professionals can improve their(More)
CONTEXT A failure of communication among families, physicians, and pathologists is recognized as a major cause of declining autopsy rates and may be involved in increased litigation. OBJECTIVE To determine how effectively autopsy results are communicated to the next of kin and how satisfied families are with the process from consent to relaying of the(More)
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