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Outcomes in psychiatric care are improved by expanding treatment options and reducing dependence on management and control interventions.
There is a tautology regarding the use of progress and outcome measures. Such measures are easy to use in a reliable and valid fashion if the language of the measures is used as an integral part of… (More)
This article introduces the therapeutic contracting program as a comprehensive treatment system for persons with serious mental illness. Therapeutic contracting offers a promising framework for… (More)
Improving clinical outcomes, treating aggression, and reducing the use of restraints and seclusion are major concerns to providers of psychiatric services. Devising precise treatments directed by… (More)
The usefulness of five drug information services in obtaining bioavailability data from journal literature is compared. The deHAEN Drugs in Use system, the Iowa Drug Information Service (IDIS), Index… (More)
Analyses of 90 admissions to the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, were used to assess the effects of the routine availability of serum theophylline determinations (STD) in… (More)
In this article, the authors offer a description of nonpharmacological treatments which have demonstrated effectiveness in reducing aggression and violence in patient with psychosis ; present a case… (More)
This study explored an intensive 3-week training program and use of psychiatric service dogs for military-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and associated symptoms. The sample included 2… (More)
Professionals who operate from a clinical rather than a political ethic must be prepared to reclaim and accept leadership roles and responsibilities, which have shifted to the political arena.