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Executive function, self-regulation and attribution in acquired brain injury: A scoping review

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Treating anxiety after stroke using cognitive-behaviour therapy: Two cases

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Circles of Care: Implementation and Evaluation of Support Teams for African Americans With Cancer

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Research-based communities of practice in UK higher education

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“Psychic Twins”: A Psycho-Dynamically Informed Treatment of a Selectively Mute Adolescent and Her Mother – Part II

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Impulsiveness and Antisocial Behaviors in Men and Women: An Epidemiological General Population Study in the Southwest of Montreal

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Do the Static-99 and Static-99R Perform Similarly for White, Black, and Latino Sexual Offenders?

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Association between community garden participation and fruit and vegetable consumption in rural Missouri

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Much evidence exists around the breakdown of relationships and the negative associations this has on adult physical and mental health. Breakdown in this context refers not only to couple separation but also a substantial decline in the quality of the relationship.

In light of this evidence and the positive effects seen overseas, it was deemed appropriate to trial early intervention relationship support to new parents in Britain.

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Homosociality in the sexscapes of Sortavala, Russia

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To age as a man: Ageing and masculinity in a small rural community in Sweden

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The Epidemiology of Depression Across Cultures

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The Political Psychology of Counterterrorism

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Out of the Mainstream: Books and Films You May Have Missed

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Divergent effects of system justification salience on the academic self-assessments of men and women

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Hallam R. S. (2013). Individual case formulation. Oxford: Academic Press.

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Managing Clinical Risk: A Guide to Effective Practice Edited by
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Johnstone. Routledge: Issues in Forensic Practice, 2012.

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Work–Life Balance’, Recession and the Gendered Limits to Learning and Innovation (Or, Why It Pays Employers To Care)

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Searching for ‘doctorateness’

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D’s Divided Heart: A Beginning Therapist’s Perspectives on the Treatment of an Adolescent Girl

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Becoming Real Together: The Parallel Discovery of Authenticity in a Traumatized Child and First-Time Therapist

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‘Don’t you know. They’re talkin’ ’bout a revolution. It sounds like a whisper.’ For an anthropological reading of the ‘Arab Spring’

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Alcohol consumption and protective behavioural strategy use among Australian young adults

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Romantic involvement and alcohol use in middle and late adolescence

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The impact of supported living environments on social resources and the experience of loneliness for older widows living in Wales: An exploratory mediation analysis

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Emotion-recognition abilities and behavior problem dimensions in preschoolers: Evidence for a specific role for childhood hyperactivity

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Effects of working memory and reading acceleration training on improving working memory abilities and reading skills among third graders

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Czech version of Rey Auditory Verbal Learning test: Normative data

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Attentional bias towards emotional facial expressions in survivors of dating violence

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On the dynamics of implicit emotion regulation: Counter-regulation after remembering events of high but not of low emotional intensity

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Leaving Care with “Cultural Baggage”: The Development of an Identity within a Transnational Space

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“Black Saturday” and its Aftermath: Reflecting on Postdisaster Social Work Interventions in an Australian Trauma Hospital

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Cluster randomized adaptive implementation trial comparing a standard versus enhanced implementation intervention to improve uptake of an effective re-engagement program for patients with serious mental illness

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Modeling the Determinants of College Readiness for Historically Underrepresented Students at 4-Year Colleges and Universities: A National Investigation

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Andrew F. Sullivan’s exceptional debut collection of short stories, finds the misused and forgotten, the places in between, the borderlands on the edge of town where dead fields alternate with empty warehouses—places where men and women clutch tightly at whatever fragments remain. Motels are packed with human cargo, while parole is just another state of being. Christmas dinners become battlegrounds; truck cabs and bathroom stalls transform into warped confessionals; and stories are told and retold, held out by people stumbling towards one another in the dark.

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Situational analysis and mapping for use in education research: a reflexive methodology?

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Looking Back Through the Looking Glass: Reflections on the Identity Development of a Beginning Therapist and Her Late Adolescent Patient

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Through the Looking-Glass: Exploring Identity Development for a Beginning Therapist and her Late Adolescent Patient

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Martin Grann: A Tribute

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Editor’s Column – 2013

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Executive functions, social information processing, and social adjustment in young children born with very low birth weight

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Motivational and cognitive determinants of control during conflict processing

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Voices of 65 Young People Leaving Care in Sweden: “There Is So Much I Need to Know!”

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Children in Educational Residential Care: A Cohort Study of Israeli Youth

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Inflammation in Children and Adolescents With Neuropsychiatric Disorders: A Systematic Review – Accepted Manuscript

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Personality and self-esteem in emerging adults with Type 1 diabetes – Corrected Proof

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Longing for existential recognition: A qualitative study of everyday concerns for people with somatoform disorders – Corrected Proof

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Amisulpride and symptomatic bradycardia: A case report – Accepted Manuscript

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Embedding integrated mental health assessment and management in general hospital settings: feasibility, acceptability and the prevalence of common mental disorder – Accepted Manuscript

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Effectiveness of an intervention for prevention and treatment of burnout in primary health care professionals

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Leveraging value in doctoral student networks through social capital

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Understanding high-functioning autism during adolescence: A personal construct theory approach*

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«Se tenir au plus près ou reculer pour mieux voir?» Le réglage de la focale dans les sciences sociales

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Building an economic field with supranational supports? Lessons from wine production in Romania

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Use of a Projective Test in Psychodynamic Play Therapy with a Latency Age Child to Explore Themes of Attachment and Loss

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Introduction to this Training and Development Issue of Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychology

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Parental leave benefit in Austria. Stratified take-up in a conservative country

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Welfare State, family and the market’s SINS in the EU

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‘I don’t think it’s risky, but…’: pregnant women’s risk perceptions of maternal drinking and smoking

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The relation between overcommitment and burnout: does it depend on employee job satisfaction?

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Ethnicity in research with young children: invitation/barrier

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Developing preschoolers’ social skills through cross-cultural physical education intervention

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Ethical issues in decision making by hospital health committee members in Turkey

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Active Equality: Jacques Ranciere’s Contribution to Social Work’s ‘New Left’

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Intersectionality and Critical Social Work with Girls: Theory and Practice

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Background

Psychopharmacotherapy currently constitutes the first-line treatment for depression and anxiety in Parkinson’s disease (PD) however the efficacy of antidepressant treatments in PD is unclear. Several alternative treatments have been suggested as potentially more viable alternatives including dopamine agonists, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).

Method

A meta-analysis of randomised placebo-controlled trials for depression and/or anxiety in PD was conducted to systematically examine the efficacy of current treatments for depression and anxiety in PD.

Results

Nine trials were included. There was only sufficient data to calculate a pooled effect for antidepressant therapies. The pooled effect of antidepressants for depression in PD was moderate but non-significant (d = .71, 95% CI = −1.33 to 3.08). The secondary effect of antidepressants on anxiety in PD was large but also non-significant (d = 1.13, 95% CI = −.67 to 2.94). Two single-trials of non-pharmacological treatments for depression in PD resulted in significant large effects; Omega-3 supplementation (d = .92, 95% CI = .15 to 1.69) and CBT (d = 1.57, 95% CI = 1.06 to 2.07), and warrant further exploration.

Conclusions

There remains a lack of controlled trials for both pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments for depression and anxiety in PD which limits the conclusions which can be drawn. While the pooled effects of antidepressant therapies in PD were non-significant, the moderate to large magnitude of each pooled effect is promising. Non-pharmacological approaches show potential for depression in PD however more research is required.

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Background

Community services are playing an increasing role in supporting older adults who are discharged from hospital with ongoing non-acute care needs. However, there is a paucity of information regarding how community services are involved in the discharge process of older individuals from hospital into the community.

Methods

Twenty-nine databases were searched from 1980 to 2012 (inclusive) for relevant primary published research, of any study design, as well as relevant unpublished work (e.g. clinical guidelines) which investigated community services’ involvement in the discharge of older individuals from hospital into the community. Data analysis and quality appraisal (using McMaster critical appraisal tools) were undertaken predominately by the lead author. Data was synthesised qualitatively.

Results

Twelve papers were eligible for inclusion (five randomised controlled trials, four before and after studies and three controlled trials), involving a total of 8440 older adults (>65 years). These papers reported on a range of interventions. During data synthesis, descriptors were assigned to four emergent discharge methods: Virtual Interface Model, In-reach Interface Model, Out-reach Interface Model and Independent Interface Model. In each model, the findings were mixed in terms of health care and patient and carer outcomes.

Conclusions

It is plausible that each model identified in this systematic review has a role to play in successfully discharging different cohorts of older adults from hospital. Further research is required to identify appropriate population groups for various discharge models and to select suitable outcome measures to determine the effectiveness of these models, considering all stakeholders’ involved.

Keywords: discharge process, hospital discharge, community services post-discharge support, older adults

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This publication is based on research conducted by the
National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social
Work (NADD) and proceedings from the 2012 Behavioral
Health Disparities Curriculum Infusion Project National Panel
Meeting on Advanced Practice Behaviors meeting under the
guidance of the Behavioral Health Disparities Curriculum
Infusion Initiative Executive Committee. The Behavioral Health
Disparities Curriculum Infusion Project is funded by a grant
from the Office of Minority Health, the U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services.

The views, opinions and content expressed in this publication
are those of the authors and conference participants and do
not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or policies of the
Office of Minority Health, the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services, or the National Association of Deans and
Directors of Schools of Social Work.

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The Golden Dawn: The Financial Crisis and Greek Fascism’s New Day

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Clinical features of late-onset schizophrenia in Japan: comparison with early-onset cases

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Annual Research Review: the neurobehavioral development of multiple memory systems – implications for childhood and adolescent psychiatric disorders

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Preventing Mobility Barriers to Inclusion for People With Intellectual Disabilities

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Parent skills training treatment for parents of children and adolescents with eating disorders: A qualitative study

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Street Boys and Girls: A Case Study in Mauritania

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Dialogue, Linguistic Hinges and Semantic Barriers: Social Psychological Uses and Functions of a Vulgar Term

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Student representation in university decision making: good reasons, a new lens?

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Eric A. Stanley and Nat Smith (eds). Captive Genders: Trans Embodiment and the Prison Industrial Complex

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Development of the adult and child complementary medicine questionnaires fielded on the National Health Interview Survey

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Relationship Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (ROCD):A Conceptual Framework

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Part 3. A Question of Perspective: The Association between Intrusive Thoughts and Obsessionality in 11 Countries

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The Improving Access Psychological Therapies (IAPT) data set is a regular return of data generated by providers of IAPT services in the course of delivering these services to patients. The data also includes information from Independent Sector Organisations who are also providers of NHS IAPT services. The IAPT data set is received by the Health and Social Care Information Centre as record-level anonymised data from patient administration systems.

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Methodological approaches in conducting overviews: current state in HTA agencies

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The Symbiotic Ideology: Stewardship, Husbandry, and Dominion in Beef Production

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Citizenship and Voting: Experiences of Persons With Intellectual Disabilities in Sweden

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The Freeze On Mass Media Campaigns In England: A Natural Experiment Of The Impact Of Tobacco Control Campaigns On Quitting Behaviour

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The Treatment of Adolescents With Schizotypal Personality Disorder and Related Conditions: A Practice-Oriented Review of the Literature

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Cultural and Contextual Issues in Exemplar Research

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Correction

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Commitment to environmental sustainability in the UK student population

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Digital Storytelling as a Social Work Tool: Learning from Ethnographic Research with Women from Refugee Backgrounds

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Mediating effects of coping in the link between spirituality and psychological distress in a culturally diverse undergraduate sample

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