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Indigenous and tribal peoples' health (The Lancet–Lowitja Institute Global Collaboration): a population study
"Local Ownership" in Conflict Transformation Projects : Partnership, Participation or Patronage?
- H. Reich
- Political Science
The article argues that the demand for local ownership in externally funded conflict transformation projects is counterproductive, if it is seen as a concrete project objective. Nevertheless, the…
Elevated hair cortisol concentrations in recently fled asylum seekers in comparison to permanently settled immigrants and non-immigrants
- R. Mewes, H. Reich, N. Skoluda, F. Seele, U. Nater
- Psychology, MedicineTranslational Psychiatry
- 1 March 2017
This study is the first to compare hair cortisol concentration (HCC) of recently fled asylum seekers with PTSD to those without PTSD, and to compare HCC of asylum seekers to H CC of permanently settled immigrants and non-immigrant individuals.
Motivation for Psychotherapy and Illness Beliefs in Turkish Immigrant Inpatients in Germany: Results of a Cultural Comparison Study
- H. Reich, Luisa Bockel, R. Mewes
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
- 1 March 2015
Turkish immigrants believe in supernatural or fatalistic causes of illness and fatalistic–external locus of control to a greater extent than German inpatients without a migration background, which reduces motivation for psychotherapy.
Conflict Sensitive Social Work Practice … and the Implication for International Social Work Education
- H. Reich
- 15 February 2021
The art of seeing : investigating and transforming conflicts with interactive theatre
- H. Reich
Cross-cultural validation of the German and Turkish versions of the PHQ-9: an IRT approach
PHQ-9 sum scores can be compared between Turkish immigrants and Germans without a migration background without any adjustments, regardless of whether they complete the German or the Turkish version.
Health Determinants and Educational Outcomes for Indigenous Children
It is well established that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children suffer high rates of both acute and chronic childhood illnesses. It is also well established that their level of academic…
Unguided iCBT for depression during the COVID-19 pandemic - Intervention usage and symptom change in a convenience sample compared to guided use in regular care.
- Caroline Oehler, Katharina Scholze, H. Reich, C. Sander, U. Hegerl
- Medicine, PsychologyJMIR mental health
- 27 May 2021
BACKGROUND Internet- and mobile based interventions are most efficacious in the treatment of depression when they involve some form of guidance, but providing guidance requires resources such as…