M L Frohn-de Winter

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In this study we examined the relationship between BOP rating scores and psychiatric diagnoses at discharge of 74 psychogeriatric patients admitted to the AZUA psychiatric clinic. The BOP is the Dutch rating scale modelled after the Stockton Geriatric Rating Scale. The BOP was administered two weeks after admittance, and a second time four weeks later.(More)
An experiment lasting 6 years with an organizational principle called 'separate responsibility' is described. Its aim was to promote open two-way communication in an acute psychiatric admission clinic, by dividing power, i.e. responsibility for individual patients and patients as a group, over two multidisciplinary treatment teams. Multidisciplinarity,(More)
Investigated the reliability and factor structure of the Nurses' Observation Scale for Inpatient Evaluation (NOSIE) in a group of short-stay psychiatric patients (N = 247) of a Dutch psychiatric university clinic. It was found that the NOSIE has good interrater reliability. With the exception of the Social Competence and Personal Neatness subscales five of(More)
The British Council's Course 'Psychogeriatrics' at the University of Nottingham reflects the state and development of the internationally acknowledged psychiatry of old age in Britain. This article describes the contents of the course in terms of epidemiology, organization, diagnosis and treatment, with special attention to aspects of education and(More)
The relation between the NOSIE (Nurses' Observation Scale for Inpatient Evaluation) and the BOP (Dutch version of the Stockton Geriatric Rating Scale) was studied in a psycho-geriatric sample. The results supported the hypothesis of a trans-cultural difference in the use of the NOSIE. Dutch nurses subsume personal neatness under social competence.(More)
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