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The adverse sequalae of inadequate pain control in the burn population have been long recognised, yet control of pain remains inadequate globally. The dynamic evolution of burn pain both centrally and peripherally, and the many factors which influence pain perception illustrate the need for a therapeutic plan which is similarly dynamic and flexible enough(More)
Background: There is no high quality controlled trial evidence for the effectiveness of art therapy in the adjunctive treatment of schizophrenia. Aims: To conduct the first exploratory RCT of group interactive art therapy (AT) as an adjunctive treatment in chronic schizophrenia. Method: The outcomes of 43 patients randomized to 12 sessions of AT were(More)
T he Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions funded the programme from1996 to 2000. We welcome the continuing support of the new Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA). We thank the many volunteers and bat groups who have dedicated their time to help with the collection of field data under often arduous night-time(More)
Sloan T, Telch MJ. The effects of safety-seeking behavior and guided threat reappraisal on fear reduction during exposure: an experimental investigation. QUESTION: In people with claustrophobia, how effective are safety behaviour utilisation (SBU) and guided threat focus and reappraisal (GTR) for reducing fear during exposure? Design Randomised (unclear(More)
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