Mille Metz Mørch

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INTRODUCTION The use of restraint is common practice within psychiatry and is most frequently used with patients with a co-occurring serious mental illness and substance abuse or dual diagnosis. Furthermore restraint has being shown to have a negative impact on treatment outcomes and on the psychological wellbeing of patients. Cognitive behavioural therapy(More)
A questionnaire was mailed to 42 representative in-patient departments of hospitals in the City of Copenhagen asking the medical staff to state what number of their patients could possibly be referred to a future hospital--associated palliative care unit. All-together 215 answers were returned from two questionnaire dates two weeks apart, comprising more(More)
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