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Primary care models for treating opioid use disorders: What actually works? A systematic review
TLDR
The findings suggest that multidisciplinary and coordinated care delivery models are an effective strategy to implement OUD treatment and increase MAT access in primary care, but research directly comparing specific structures and processes of care models is still needed.
[KON-2006--Neurotic Personality Questionnaire].
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The Neurotic Personality Questionnaire KON-2006 may serve to estimate personality traits connected to the occurrence and persistence of neurotic disorders as well as changes resulting from psychotherapy.
Effectiveness of intensive psychotherapy in a day hospital evaluated with Neurotic Personality Inventory KON-2006.
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The Neurotic Personality Inventory KON-2006 appears to be an adequate tool to assess the results of intensive, comprehensive psychotherapy, conducted in the day hospital for neurotic and behavioral disorders.
System models for resilience in gerontology: application to the COVID-19 pandemic
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The National Academies of Science conceptualization of resilience for natural disasters to frame resilience for aging adults enables development of a generalized theory of resilient for different individual and structural contexts and populations, including a specific application to the COVID-19 pandemic.
[Effectiveness of intensive group psychotherapy in treatment of neurotic and personality disorders].
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Intensive, short-term group psychotherapy with elements of individual therapy is an effective treatment for neurotic disorders, and the majority of treated persons obtains a significant symptomatic improvement and a reduction in the severity of neurotic personality traits.
Traumatic childhood sexual events and secondary sexual health complaints in neurotic disorders
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Assessment of the association between self-reported sexual complaints and recalled childhood sex- ual adversities in a sample of psychotherapy patients strongly suggest that studies focusing on the effects of sexual traumatic events should take into consideration the co-occurrence of multiple adversities.
Migrant carers in Europe in times of COVID-19: a call to action for European health workforce governance and a public health approach
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Results suggest that undersupply of carers coupled with cash benefits and a culture of family responsibility may result in high inflows of migrant carers, who are channelled in low-level positions or the informal care sector.
[Parental attitudes recollected by patients and neurotic disorders picture--sexuality-related and sexuality-unrelated symptoms].
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The type of recollected attitudes of parents was associated with a higher incidence of symptoms, primarily in the field of sexuality, and with other selected symptoms, as well as with higher global symptom level.
The crossroads of gastroenterology and psychiatry – what benefits can psychiatry provide for the treatment of patients suffering from gastrointestinal symptoms
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Functional gastrointestinal symptoms (especially vomiting in cases of nervousness in females or heartburn in males) were significantly associated with greater likelihood of current difficulties in interpersonal relationships, such as conflicts with partner/spouse or parent.
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