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Clinical effectiveness of health visitor training in psychologically informed approaches for depression in postnatal women: pragmatic cluster randomised trial in primary care
Objective To evaluate benefits for postnatal women of two psychologically informed interventions by health visitors. Design Prospective cluster trial randomised by general practice, with 18 monthExpand
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Psychological interventions for postnatal depression: cluster randomised trial and economic evaluation. The PoNDER trial.
OBJECTIVES To investigate outcomes for postnatal women attributed to special training for health visitors (HVs) in systematically identifying postnatal depression and delivering psychologicallyExpand
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Personal therapy for psychotherapists: The impact on therapeutic practice. A qualitative study using interpretative phenomenological analysis
Personal therapy is frequently promoted as an important experience for practising psychotherapists and is often a requirement for training to be a psychotherapist. Studies suggest that large numbersExpand
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A grounded theory study on the effect of the therapeutic setting on NHS psychodynamic psychotherapy from the perspective of the therapist
This study examines the effect of the therapeutic setting on the therapy from the perspective of the therapist. Six psychodynamically-trained therapists working in the NHS were interviewed. TheExpand
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Lessons from psychotherapy research for psychological interventions for people with schizophrenia.
This article argues that psychological interventions for people with schizophrenia could be developed by being informed by research from the wider psychotherapy literature. We specifically argue thatExpand
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A framework for clinical protocols.
  • G. Paley
  • Medicine
  • Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great…
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By April 1994, all provider units should have started to develop clinical protocols. Despite some difficulties involved in their development, protocols potentially offer a variety of benefits. TheExpand
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Mirror mirror on the ward: who is the unfairest of them all? Reflections on reflective practice groups in acute psychiatric settings
Consultant psychiatrists in medical psychotherapy, adult psychotherapists, child and adolescent psychotherapists and clinical psychologists increasingly complement their direct therapeutic activityExpand
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The effectiveness of psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy (PIT) in routine clinical practice: a benchmarking comparison.
AIMS To investigate the effectiveness of psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy (PIT) in a routine clinical practice setting. METHODS Full pre-post data were available on 62 out of a total of 67Expand
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Familial origins of expressed emotion in relatives of people with schizophrenia
Background: Expressed emotion (EE) is an index of the quality of the relationship between relative and patient. This study approaches EE from an attachment theory perspective and examines whetherExpand
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