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Epidemiological Profile and Clinical Associations of Human Bocavirus and Other Human Parvoviruses
Abstract BackgroundHuman bocavirus (HBoV) and PARV4 are newly discovered human parvoviruses. HBoV, which was first detected in respiratory samples, has a potential role in the development of humanExpand
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Epidemiology of first-episode psychosis: illustrating the challenges across diagnostic boundaries through the Cavan-Monaghan study at 8 years.
The epidemiology of first-episode psychosis is poorly understood because of the paucity of systematic studies, yet it constitutes the fundamental basis for understanding the disorder and theExpand
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Neighbourhood-level socio-environmental factors and incidence of first episode psychosis by place at onset in rural Ireland: The Cavan–Monaghan First Episode Psychosis Study [CAMFEPS]☆
Background Little is known about associations between the social environment and risk for psychosis within rural settings. This study sought to investigate whether such associations exist within aExpand
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Epidemiological and clinical characterization following a first psychotic episode in major depressive disorder: comparisons with schizophrenia and bipolar I disorder in the Cavan-Monaghan First
While recent research on psychotic illness has focussed on the nosological, clinical, and biological relationships between schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, little attention has been directed toExpand
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Acute Day Hospitalization as an Alternative to Inpatient Treatment
Objective: This paper describes the administrative process by which the Ottawa General Hospital (OGH) closed 6 beds and used the staff and space resources thus released to set up an acute dayExpand
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Problems experienced by young men and attitudes to help-seeking in a rural Irish community.
OBJECTIVES Suicide is now the commonest cause of death among young Irish males. The literature identifies a wide range of contributory risk factors in suicide. However, a number of realities haveExpand
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The social identity of hospital consultants as managers.
PURPOSE This paper aims to explore hospital consultants' social identification, in terms of perceptions of their position in society, the salient targets for their social identification and how thisExpand
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Patient satisfaction with a psychiatric day treatment program.
  • V. Russell, K. Busby
  • Medicine
  • International journal of partial hospitalization
  • 1 December 1991
Patient perceptions can contribute significantly to partial hospitalization program evaluation. A retrospective study of patients' satisfaction ratings and comments concerning a day treatment programExpand
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Liaison psychiatry in rural general practice.
The recent government health strategy document described the integration between primary and secondary care in Ireland as often poor and outlined plans to redress this deficit. In mental health care,Expand
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Evaluation of knowledge and attitudes among primary care physicians in Cavan–Monaghan as ‘gatekeepers‐in‐waiting’ for the introduction of Carepath for Overcoming Psychosis Early (COPE)
To investigate general practitioners' current knowledge of and attitudes towards psychosis and its management by Cavan–Monaghan Mental Health Service, Ireland, prior to their involvement in theExpand
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