Michael D. Konrad

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L arge and complex computer-based systems are critical to the economic and military welfare of the United States and to much of the industrialized world. These systems form the backbone of modern military, business, and governmental operations, and without their continued support, our societies would be severely inconvenienced and even threatened.(More)
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OBJECTIVE This study analyzes, to which extent clients formerly detained in forensic psychiatric units can be integrated into the community and what kind of assistance they need. METHODS Analysis of basic documentation in community mental health care in 2 regions. RESULTS Integration into the community is feasible. Former forensic patients are more(More)
i ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS " Without friends no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods. " – Aristotle (Greek Philosopher 384-322 B.C.). I would like to express my gratitude to my major professor, Dr. E. K. Stefanakos for trusting me with this challenging project and for his encouragement, enthusiastic spirit, guidance and financial support during(More)
OBJECTIVE Are sheltered home residents and patients of an ambulant care unit distinguishable by measuring their need for care? METHOD N = 45 patients (30 patients of an ambulant care unit, among them 15 former residents of a sheltered home, and a parallelized sample of currently sheltered home residents) were examined with the "Integrierter Behandlungs-(More)