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Transition from pediatric to adult-oriented health care: a challenge for patients with chronic disease.
Pediatric providers can expect that 1 of every 10 patients they see will have a chronic, activity-limiting health condition. Thanks to earlier diagnosis and improved therapies, most of these childrenExpand
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Housing Abandonment in Inner Cities-The Politics of Low Demand for Housing
Abandonment of property in all housing tenures is a problem in some British inner cities, especially in the north of England. The paper outlines the causes of this phenomenon and describes some ofExpand
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Training Pakistani mental health workers in EMDR in the aftermath of the 2005 earthquake in Northern Pakistan
The primary objective of this article will focus predominantly upon EMDR as an evidence-based treatment intervention for psychological trauma. It outlines in particular an EMDR HumanitarianExpand
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Successful treatment of microsporidial keratoconjunctivitis with topical fumagillin in a patient with AIDS.
There recently have been several reports of microsporidial keratoconjunctivitis caused by the organism Encephalitozoon hellem. However, treatment of this infection has been largely ineffective. WeExpand
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Adverse events in health care: a literature review.
AIM This paper aims to develop understanding of the nature, costs and strategies to reduce or prevent a range of adverse events experienced by people within the health care system. BACKGROUND CareExpand
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Issues of stigma for first responders accessing support for post traumatic stress.
The literature shows that individuals with mental health problems are subjected to discrimination, prejudice, and ignorance and are significantly stigmatized Stigma occurs when elements of labelling,Expand
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Participants’ Experiences of EMDR Training in the United Kingdom and Ireland
This research projects spans a 6-year period surveying 485 participants’ experiences of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) training in the United Kingdom and Ireland between theExpand
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An evaluation of a community living initiative in Ireland
One of the central principles underpinning Irish intellectual disability policy is that of decongregation. Allied to this is the belief that life in community settings offers greater opportunitiesExpand
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Treating morbid jealousy with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing utilizing cognitive inter-weave ' a case report
Jealousy is an unwelcome emotion, which most people will have experienced at some time in their lives. In its mildest form it may be seen as an expression of devotion, however, for some people it canExpand
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Vicarious trauma and first responders: a case study utilizing eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) as the primary treatment modality.
  • P. Keenan, L. Royle
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • International journal of emergency mental health
  • 2007
Traumatic events can occur and adversely affect people during their lifetime. Natural disasters such as the earthquake in Pakistan in 2005 or the Tsunami in Asia in 2004, terrorist atrocities aroundExpand
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