D Gaudry-Maire

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This paper aims at investigating causes and potential remedies of increased psychiatric hospitalization in this country. The data suggest that there was growing pressure on psychiatric hospitals from 1950 to 2000. This may result from inappropriate management of a new type of acute psychiatric patient rather than severed epidemiology of acute psychiatric(More)
Suicidal attempts are not rare in the general population (about 4.5%) and the presence of personality disorder aggravates the clinical issue of these patients who also repeat suicidal attempts. Caring for these patients is particularly difficult for physicians and other caregivers, in the means of choice of specific treatment and prevention of relapse.(More)
To determine whether ambulatory psychotherapy targeted to abandonment experiences and fears can reduce suicidality and improve outcome in borderline patients referred to the emergency room with major depressive disorder and self-destructive behavior severe enough to require medical/surgical treatment and a brief psychiatric hospitalization. A total of 170(More)
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