Katarzyna Nowicka-Sauer

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PURPOSE Empathy as a crucial component of the interpersonal relationship needs to be measured, especially in helping professions. We designed this study to adapt both "Student" ("S") Version and "Health Professionals" ("HP") Version of the Jefferson Scale of Empathy (JSE) to Polish population. MATERIAL AND METHOD Three instruments were administered to 405(More)
Rozpowszechnienie subiektywnej bezsenności w populacji polskiej Summary Aim. The aim of this paper is to present the subjective insomnia prevalence. Assessment of sleep problems was a part of NATPOL study conducted to explore the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases. Methods. The study group consisted of 2,413 people (1,245 females and 1,168 males) aged(More)
AIM The aim of this paper is to present the subjective insomnia prevalence. Assessment of sleep problems was a part of NATPOL study conducted to explore the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases. METHODS The study group consisted of 2,413 people (1,245 females and 1,168 males) aged 18-79 and it was representative for the Polish population. Questions(More)
The study evaluates the psychometric properties of a Polish translation of the Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire. A total of 276 patients with chronic conditions (58.7% women) completed the Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire and the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale. The internal consistency of the Polish Brief Illness Perception Questionnaire(More)
INTRODUCTION Survival of ovarian cancer patients is still unsatisfactory despite the introduction of new diagnostic and therapeutic methods. Women with advanced ovarian cancer with long-term survival are at persistent risk of anxiety and reactive depression due to poor prognosis and risk of burdensome symptoms. The aim of the study was to assess changes in(More)
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is an autoimmunologic illness, which apart from changes in the skin, the locomotor system and the internal organs, attacks also the nervous system. The paper presents 19 neuropsychiatric symptomic syndromes which after conduction of multidisciplinary, international research were accepted by the American College of(More)
Willingness to communicate and self-presentation were examined in 68 patients with depression. The results of the patients were compared with a control group of healthy individuals. The results indicated changes in social life of patients, especially in interpersonal communication. Depressive patients showed significantly lower level of willingness to(More)
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