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BACKGROUND General practitioners (GPs) play a key role in the care of somatic and psychiatric problems in people diagnosed with schizophrenia (PWS). It is probable that, like other health professionals, GPs are not all free of prejudices toward PWS. In clinical practice, GPs sometimes interact with clients diagnosed with schizophrenia by specialists,… (More)
A new spectrophotometric method for determination of creatine and creatinine values, and hence calculation of the creatine index, is reported. Micropipetting of fingerprick quantities (0.3 ml) of blood enables values to be obtained from obese and progressive muscular dystrophy subjects, whose veins are difficult to find without damaging the tissues.
This study explored the relationships between General Practitioners' (GPs) beliefs about People With Schizophrenia (PWS) and GPs' recommendations regarding restrictions for such people when in medical (nonpsychiatric) hospital, and whether these relationships were mediated by dangerousness perception. There were 322 randomly selected Italian GPs who… (More)