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  • M Steen
  • 1991
This article discusses Showalter's (1985) description of the historical perspectives of how women have been viewed in the culture and how these perspectives have influenced women's past treatment for mental illness. Using Caplan's (1974) level of prevention in health care and a feminist framework, suggestions are made for prevention or alleviation of(More)
  • M Steen
  • 1996
The author interviewed 22 women who had been clinically depressed and were in the recovery stage, as evidenced by their self-evaluations and scores on the Beck Depression Inventory. The focus of the interviews was on the phenomenological question concerning the meaning of the women's experiences of recovering from depression. Five phases in the recovery(More)
50 Norwegian doctors selected at random from the population of general practitioners who were neither recognized specialists nor enrolled in the specialist training programme, were interviewed by telephone about their own postgraduate training and their attitude towards the system of specialist training for general practitioners. Their educational(More)
50 Norwegian doctors selected at random from the population of general practitioners who were neither recognized specialists nor enrolled in the specialist training programme, were interviewed by telephone about the need for postgraduate hospital training and the obstacles involved. Most of the doctors expressed a strong need for the education provided by(More)
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