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The medical perspective on burnout
TLDR
Having burnout recognized as a medical condition would help in differentiating burnout from similar clinical syndromes, such as depression or anxiety, and provide appropriate treatment to burnout patients.
Stiffness of large arteries and cardiovascular risk in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Stepwise logistic regression has shown that PTSD was a strong factor promoting the appearance of coronary heart disease in the former deportees group (OR 3.80; 95% CI: 1.62-8.94; P = 0.002); and the magnitude of PWV increased with the severity of PTSD.
Effectiveness of therapy in terms of reduction of intensity and elimination of suicidal ideation in day hospital for the treatment of neurotic and behavioral disorders.
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Analysis of changes in prevalence and intensity of suicidal ideation (SI) in patients who underwent an intensive psychotherapy conducted in integrative approach with predominance of psychodynamic approach in the Day Hospital for Neurotic and Behavioral Disorders found greater intensity of neurotic symptoms than those who were not reporting SI.
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.
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.
[Effectiveness of intensive group psychotherapy in treatment of neurotic and personality disorders].
TLDR
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.
[Psychotherapy for pregnant women with psychiatric disorders].
TLDR
Current opinions of clinicians and researches concerning possibilities, indications and outcome of psychological treatments as a way to help pregnant women who suffer from different psychiatric conditions are reviewed because this subject is not yet present in Polish psychiatric journals.
Are all the former Siberian deportees with posttraumatic stress disorder patients at risk for unsuccessful aging?
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Assessment of the frequency of multimorbidity and geriatric impairments in the group of the older Polish deportees to the former Soviet Union who still suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder found it to be related to various unfavorable health‐related outcomes and unsuccessful aging.
[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.
Are neurotic personality traits and neurotic symptoms intensity associated with suicidal thoughts reported by patients of a day hospital for neurotic disorders?
TLDR
Day hospital patients reporting SI are a subgroup burdened with more severe neurotic disorders and comorbid personality disorders, and deserve special attention due to the greater severity of their symptoms.
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