Dr. Jan Hare

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Attitudes about family interventions have been identified as a possible reason for the poor implementation of such treatments. The current study used Q methodology to investigate the attitudes of relatives of forensic service users and clinical staff towards family interventions in medium secure forensic units, particularly when facilitated by a web camera.(More)
The prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in many genetic disorders is well documented but not as yet in Mucopolysaccharidosis type III (MPS III). MPS III is a recessively inherited metabolic disorder and evidence suggests that symptoms of ASD present in MPS III. This systematic review examined the extant literature on the symptoms of ASD in MPS III(More)
Objective:To test the efficacy of two intervention methods that aimed to increase the percentage of adult clinic patients who completed living wills and placed them on file with their physicians within a four-month period. Design:There were one control and two intervention groups. Surveys were separated by age and gender categories and randomly selected for(More)
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