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Four-week prevalence of mental disorders in patients with cancer across major tumor entities.
The findings provide evidence for the strong need for psycho-oncological interventions in cancer populations using a proportional stratified random sample based on the nationwide cancer incidence in Germany.
Twelve-Month and Lifetime Prevalence of Mental Disorders in Cancer Patients
Mental disorders are highly prevalent in cancer patients, indicating the need for provision of continuous psycho-oncological support from inpatient to outpatient care, leading to an appropriate allocation of direct personnel and other resources.
Satisfaction with information and unmet information needs in men and women with cancer
High levels of both information received and satisfaction with information, but also considerable amounts of unmet needs, particularly regarding psychological support are found in this largest study to date.
Anxiety Disorders in Old Age: Psychiatric Comorbidities, Quality of Life, and Prevalence According to Age, Gender, and Country.
Prevalence of mental disorders in elderly people: The European MentDis_ICF65+ study
The findings underscore the need for improving diagnostic assessments adapted to the cognitive capacity of elderly people and to deliver high-quality mental health services to these individuals.
Needs and concerns of transgender individuals regarding interdisciplinary transgender healthcare: A non-clinical online survey
The results demonstrate the importance of patient-centred THC that takes patients' individual needs and realities into consideration and involves patients in decision-making processes.
Growing-up (habitually) barefoot influences the development of foot and arch morphology in children and adolescents
It is found that habitual footwear use has significant effects on foot-related outcomes in all age groups, such as a reduction in foot arch and hallux angles, suggesting long-term consequences for motor learning and health later in life.
Utilization of professional psychological care in a large German sample of cancer patients
Assessment of cancer patients' reported use of psychological care and its correlates in a large, representative sample found that one‐third of cancer Patients are perceived to have a need for psychological support based on the percentage of mental disorders.
Teaching school children basic life support improves teaching and basic life support skills of medical students: A randomised, controlled trial.