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Psychiatry Articles

 

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Full article: ‘Brain fag’: a syndrome associated with ‘overstudy’ and mental exhaustion in 19th century Britain

Learn about the history and relationship between mental exhaustion and somatic sensations which has been described across cultures for millennia.

Published in International Review of Psychiatry.

Full article: Anxiety and depression and its correlates in patients with coronavirus disease 2019 in Wuhan

This cross-sectional study investigated the prevalence of depression and anxiety and associated risk factors were analysed in patients with COVID-19.

Published in International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice.

Association of treatment facets, severity of manic symptoms, psychomotor disturbances and psychotic features with response to electroconvulsive therapy in bipolar depression: The World Journal of Biological Psychiatry

The aim of this study was to explore the associations of bipolar depression between response and its known and putative correlates.

Published in World Journal of Biological Psychiatry.

Full article: EMDR in Telemental Health Counseling for Healthcare Workers Caring for COVID-19 Patients: A Pilot Study

Discover how this article will show how the use of the URG-EMDR protocol in a telemental health setting has proven to be feasible and effective in the treatment of a group of healthcare professionals.

Published in Issues in Mental Health Nursing.

Full article: Existential positive psychology and integrative meaning therapy

This paper first described the negative impact of COVID-19 and 4IR on our mental health and what needs to be done to meet the demands in the future.

Published in International Review of Psychiatry.

Full article: How do adolescents with ADHD perceive and experience stress? An interview study

This study aims to explore how adolescents with ADHD perceive and experience stress (and stressors) using a qualitative approach.

Published in Nordic Journal of Psychiatry.

Full article: Management of mild cognitive impairment (MCI): The need for national and international guidelines

Learn how the review of available evidence of pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment for MCI as well as analyse information and limitations in national and international guidelines.

Published in World Journal of Biological Psychiatry.

Part and Parcel: A Qualitative Interview Study Examining the Experience of Client Rudeness by Mental Health Workers: Issues in Mental Health Nursing

This article investigated the nature of client rudeness, how mental health workers respond and what are the coping strategies used.

Published in Issues in Mental Health Nursing

Full article: Practical recommendations for the management of treatment-resistant depression with esketamine nasal spray therapy: Basic science, evidence-based knowledge and expert guidance

This manuscript provides expert guidance on the practicalities of using esketamine nasal spray.

Published in World Journal of Biological Psychiatry.

Full article: Psychometric properties of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in healthy participants aged 18–70

The aim was of this article was to examine the effects of age, education and intelligence on MoCA performance and to determine the alternate-form equivalence and test–retest reliability of the MoCA, in a group of healthy participants.

Published in International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice

Social media use and depression in adolescents: a scoping review: International Review of Psychiatry: Vol 32, No 3 (tandfonline.com)

This scoping review examined the bi-directional association between the use of social media, specifically social networking sites, and the depression and suicidality rates among adolescents.

Published in International Review of Psychiatry.

Full article: The impact of the early phase of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental-health services in Europe

The current COVID-19 pandemic confronts psychiatric patients and mental health services with unique and severe challenges. Learn how these services coped and what impacts they faced.

Published in World Journal of Biological Psychiatry.

Full article: The Montgomery and Åsberg Depression Rating Scale – self-assessment for use in adolescents: an evaluation of psychometric and diagnostic accuracy

The aim of this study was to explore psychometric properties, including diagnostic accuracy, of the MADRS-S in adolescent psychiatric outpatients.

Published in Nordic Journal of Psychiatry.

Full article: The Psychological Change Process of Frontline Nurses Caring for Patients with COVID-19 during Its Outbreak

This article identifies the psychological change process of the registered nurses who worked in the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Published in Issues in Mental Health Nursing

Full article: The road to diagnosis and treatment in girls and boys with ADHD – gender differences in the diagnostic process

The purpose of this study is to examine if there are any gender differences in the diagnostic procedure and in received treatments prior to and after the ADHD diagnosis, in Swedish outpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinic.

Published in Nordic Journal of Psychiatry.

Full article: Time trends in the incidence of diagnosed depression among people aged 5–25 years living in Finland 1995–2012

The aim of this national register-based Finnish study was to report the time trends of the age-specific and gender-specific incidence and cumulative incidence of diagnosed depression.

Published in Nordic Journal of Psychiatry.

Wellbeing and mental health among medical students in Paraguay: International Review of Psychiatry

Learn about how a survey of mental health and wellbeing of medical students in the National University of Asuncion provided information on the different types of mental health suffered and how they were told to cope with it.

Published in International Review of Psychiatry.

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