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  • Mary Fitzgerald Rn, Cert Ed, +10 authors Jordan
  • 2001
Objectives The objective of part 1 of this review was to present the best available evidence related to indicators of competence for practice. The specific review questions to be addressed were: What indicators for competence for practice have been reported in the current literature? How effective are these indicators in measuring competence for practice?(More)
One of the most important things to realize about modern Psychiatry is that many factors are involved in the pathogenesis and especially in the evolution of mental diseases. The results of epidemiological research and the development of different schools with separate specializations have shown the importance of extrasubjective factors such as family(More)
  • G Ba
  • 1991
In our research we try to suggest a type of group therapy for elderly patients to favor the communication process and to make the patient acquire an active role in the group. The group has an open structure with weekly sessions that last one hour and a half each. The group is conducted by therapists who coordinate the work, acting as stimulus and supporting(More)
We present a model of integrated psychotherapy of schizophrenia. When we do an integrated therapy with a patient, attention must always be directed to the calibration of the interventions which constitute the therapeutic compound. This kind of calibration has to be done by a therapist with an integrative function. Experience and competence are necessary(More)
  • G Ba
  • 1988
A correct and fruitful rehabilitation strategy should consider the following points: (1) the achievement of a psychic equilibrium with a reduction of the psychopathological symptoms; (2) the evaluation of the psychological handicap; (3) a profile of the abilities of the subject that undergoes rehabilitation. You can easily achieve the first two points(More)
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