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Patriarchal Upbringing in the 21st Century: The Impact Emotional Abuse Related to Parental Styles Has on the Genesis of Gender Inequality and the Development of Unresolved Trauma in Children.

Melissa Abi Rached, Ahmed Hankir, Rashid Zaman,

<h4>Background</h4>Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) (physical, sexual, and psychological/emotional) is a type of structural discrimination that violates the basic human rights of females on a global scale. Cultural norms that glorify male dominance, power imbalances, and abuse of authority are the most encountered reasons for VAWG. Emotional abuse, which ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2021, 33(Suppl 11):121-132]

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'Paris Thin': The Mental Health of Models.

Sorcha Newby, Ahmed Hankir, Rashid Zaman,

Surprising it may seem, the mental health issues remains largely overlooked in the highly competitive and unforgiving industry of modelling and fashion. A substantial number of models experience mental health issues due to the nature of their occupation, however, most avoid speaking out due to fear of stigma and losing ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2021, 33(Suppl 11):133-136]

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Innovative Interventions to Reduce the Stigma Attached to Intellectual Disabilities: A Narrative Review.

Poh Khuen Lim, Ahmed Hankir, Rashid Zaman,

The stigma attached to intellectual disabilities (ID) can have profoundly adverse effects on the lives of people who suffer from these conditions. Stigma is also a major barrier to accessing specialist services and consequently many people with ID continue to suffer in silence. A confidential inquiry into the premature deaths ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2021, 33(Suppl 11):74-78]

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How to attract and retain health workers in rural areas of a fragile state: Findings from a labour market survey in Guinea.

Sophie Witter, Christopher H Herbst, Marc Smitz, Mamadou Dioulde Balde, Ibrahim Magazi, Rashid U Zaman,

Most countries face challenges attracting and retaining health staff in remote areas but this is especially acute in fragile and shock-prone contexts, like Guinea, where imbalances in staffing are high and financial and governance arrangements to address rural shortfalls are weak. The objective of this study was to understand how ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2021, 16(12):e0245569]

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Emotional Abuse in Women and Girls Mediated by Patriarchal Upbringing and Its Impact on Sexism and Mental Health: A Narrative Review.

Melissa Abi Rached, Ahmed Hankir, Rashid Zaman,

Sexism is a type of structural discrimination that can manifest as the subjugation of woman in familial and social roles. Gender-based violence often occurs in societies where patriarchal norms exist. Violence against women and girls (VAWG) includes physical, sexual and psychological/emotional abuse directed towards females. Emotional violence against women and ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2021, 33(Suppl 11):137-144]

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Pioneering an Innovative Intervention to Reduce Mental Health Related Stigma in Muslim Communities: A Protocol.

Ahmed Hankir, Melissa Abi Rached, Rashid Zaman,

Despite the prevalence of mental health related stigma in Muslim communities, there are only a limited number of intervention studies reported in the literature. Digital interventions (i.e., YouTube clips, videos) are relatively cheap, highly accessible and easily disseminated and are increasingly being used to improve mental health literacy and reduce ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2021, 33(Suppl 11):69-73]

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Prefix Imputation of Orphan Events in Event Stream Processing.

Rashid Zaman, Marwan Hassani, Boudewijn F Van Dongen,

In the context of process mining, event logs consist of process instances called cases. Conformance checking is a process mining task that inspects whether a log file is conformant with an existing process model. This inspection is additionally quantifying the conformance in an explainable manner. Online conformance checking processes streaming ... Read more >>

Front Big Data (Frontiers in big data)
[2021, 4:705243]

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"Medical Student Syndrome"-A Myth or a Real Disease Entity? Cross-Sectional Study of Medical Students of the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland.

Katarzyna Szczurek, Natalia Furgał, Dawid Szczepanek, Rashid Zaman, Krzysztof Krysta, Marek Krzystanek,

The description of Medical Student Syndrome is based on the assumption that inexperienced medical students are prone to develop a pathological fear of medical conditions they are taught about. The aim of this study is to examine the sample of students (medical and non-medical) in order to assess and compare ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2021, 18(18):]

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Author Correction: Potential health and economic impacts of dexamethasone treatment for patients with COVID-19.

Ricardo Águas, Adam Mahdi, Rima Shretta, Peter Horby, Martin Landray, Lisa White, ,

Nat Commun (Nature communications)
[2021, 12(1):1596]

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Potential health and economic impacts of dexamethasone treatment for patients with COVID-19.

Ricardo Águas, Adam Mahdi, Rima Shretta, Peter Horby, Martin Landray, Lisa White, ,

Dexamethasone can reduce mortality in hospitalised COVID-19 patients needing oxygen and ventilation by 18% and 36%, respectively. Here, we estimate the potential number of lives saved and life years gained if this treatment were to be rolled out in the UK and globally, as well as the cost-effectiveness of implementing ... Read more >>

Nat Commun (Nature communications)
[2021, 12(1):915]

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How to attract and retain health workers in rural areas of a fragile state: findings from a labour market survey in Guinea

Sophie Witter, Christopher Herbst, Marc Smitz, Mamadou Dioulde Balde, Ibrahim Magazi, Rashid Zaman,

Most countries face challenges attracting and retaining health staff in remote areas but this is especially acute in fragile and shock-prone contexts, like Guinea, where imbalances in staffing are high and financial and governance arrangements to address rural shortfalls are weak. The objective of this study was to understand how ... Read more >>

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Modelling the COVID-19 pandemic in context: an international participatory approach.

Ricardo Aguas, Lisa White, Nathaniel Hupert, Rima Shretta, Wirichada Pan-Ngum, Olivier Celhay, Ainura Moldokmatova, Fatima Arifi, Ali Mirzazadeh, Hamid Sharifi, Keyrellous Adib, Mohammad Nadir Sahak, Caroline Franco, Renato Coutinho, ,

The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on multiple levels of society. Not only has the pandemic completely overwhelmed some health systems but it has also changed how scientific evidence is shared and increased the pace at which such evidence is published and consumed, by scientists, policymakers and the ... Read more >>

BMJ Glob Health (BMJ global health)
[2020, 5(12):]

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A World Psychiatric Association Initiative to Increase Interest in Psychiatry as a Career in Qatar Medical Students: A Pilot Study.

Ahmed Hankir, Abdallah Tom, Hania Ibrahim, Aicha Hind Rifai, Durre Shahwar, Aya Youssef, Muhammad Waqar Azeem, Afzal Javed, Zainab Kikelomo Imam, Rashid Zaman,

<h4>Introduction</h4>The World Health Organization identified a chronic shortage of psychiatrists in Low- Middle- and High-Income Countries. In Qatar, the situation is dire with reports there is one psychiatrist per 170,000 people in the population. A one-day, student-led mental-health conference was held in Doha, Qatar under the auspices of the World ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2020, 32(Suppl 1):135-138]

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A Brazilian Case of Treatment-Resistant Generalized Anxiety Disorder Successfully Treated with Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor (MAOI).

Clara Gitahy Falcão Faria, Marcos Fidry, Mariana Costa do Cabo, Laiana Azevedo Quagliato, Antonio Egidio Nardi, Rashid Zaman, Rafael Freire,

In this brief report we present the case of a 53 year old man with a very debilitating Generalized Anxiety Disorder successfully treated with tranylcypromine. After several failed treatment attempts following international guidelines recommendations over the course of one year and a half, tranylcypromine was prescribed which led to effective ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2020, 32(Suppl 1):139-141]

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The Effect of Exercise on Mental Health: A Focus on Inflammatory Mechanisms.

Ashwin Venkatesh, Shantal D Edirappuli, Haris Pedersen Zaman, Rashid Zaman,

A growing body of research suggests that neuropsychiatric disorders are closely associated with a background state of chronic, low-grade inflammation. This insight highlights that these disorders are not just localized to dysfunction within the brain, but also have a systemic aspect, which accounts for the frequent comorbid presentation of chronic ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2020, 32(Suppl 1):105-113]

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Experiences of a new cadre of midwives in Bangladesh: findings from a mixed method study.

Rashid U Zaman, Adiba Khaled, Muhammod Abdus Sabur, Shahidul Islam, Shehlina Ahmed, Joe Varghese, Della Sherratt, Sophie Witter,

<h4>Background</h4>Bangladesh did not have dedicated professional midwives in public sector health facilities until recently, when the country started a nation-wide programme to educate and deploy diploma midwives. The objective of the findings presented in this paper, which is part of a larger study, was to better understand the experience of ... Read more >>

Hum Resour Health (Human resources for health)
[2020, 18(1):73]

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Reducing Mental Health Stigma in Medical Students and Doctors towards their Peers with Mental Health Difficulties: A Protocol.

Ahmed Hankir, Jessica Fletcher-Rogers, Julia Ogunmuyiwa, Frederick R Carrick, Rashid Zaman,

Mental health problems are over-represented in doctors and medical students. However, stigma and 'a culture of shame' are formidable barriers to mental health services and consequently many doctors and medical students with mental health difficulties continue to suffer in silence despite the availability of effective treatment. Indeed, a recent study ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2020, 32(Suppl 1):130-134]

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The Effect of Nutrition on Mental Health: A Focus on Inflammatory Mechanisms.

Shantal D Edirappuli, Ashwin Venkatesh, Rashid Zaman,

Neuropsychiatric disorders are closely associated with a persistent low-grade inflammatory state. This suggests that the development of psychopathology is not only limited to the brain, but rather involves an additional systemic aspect, accounting for the large body of evidence demonstrating co-presentation of mental illness with chronic inflammatory conditions and metabolic ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2020, 32(Suppl 1):114-120]

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CADASIL and Bipolar Affective Disorder.

Hong Kai Lim, Zachary A Millar, Rashid Zaman,

Cerebral Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Subcortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) is a rare monogenic disorder caused by mutations in the NOTCH3 gene. The clinical features are primarily neurological, which include recurrent transient ischaemic attacks, strokes, and migraines. However, psychiatric manifestations which mainly include mood disturbances have also been reported in ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):591-594]

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The Federation of Student Islamic Societies Programme to Challenge Mental Health Stigma in Muslim communities in Scotland: The FOSIS Glasgow Study.

Ahmed Hankir, Sanah Ghafoor, Rafa Abushaala, Loubna Kraria, Aleema Sardar, Deemah Al-Obaidly, Frederick R Carrick, Rashid Zaman,

INTRODUCTION:A recent study commissioned by the Scottish Government on the prevalence of mental disorders in Muslims in Scotland revealed that over 50% of the sample met the diagnostic criteria for a mental illness. Stigma is a major barrier to mental health services and despite the availability of effective treatment, many ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):312-317]

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Improvement of Saccadic Eye Movements after Head-Eye Vestibular Motion (HEVM) Therapy and Neuro-Psychiatric Considerations.

Frederick R Carrick, Ahmed Hankir, Rashid Zaman, Matthew M Antonucci, Guido Pagnacco, Sergio Azzolino, Elena Oggero,

INTRODUCTION:Eye movement pathology can assist in the identification, diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders. Eye-tracking paradigms have been utilized to provide greater ecological validity, and directly capture the detailed sequence of processes in perception and attention, while quantifying classifiers in mood, anxiety, and psychotic disorders. Saccadic eye movements serve ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):318-323]

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Hajj and the Mental Health of Muslim Pilgrims: A review.

Ahmed Hankir, Zavid Chariwala, Usman Siddique, Frederick R Carrick, Rashid Zaman,

Mass gatherings occur in different situations and settings around the world. A mass gathering can range in size from thousands to millions and in nature from recreation (i.e. concerts) to religious festivals (i.e. the Hajj pilgrimage). Such mass gatherings can result in high rates of morbidity and mortality from communicable ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):290-293]

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The prevalence of Lyme disease and associated co-infections in people with a chronic post-concussive syndrome.

Sergio Azzolino, Rashid Zaman, Ahmed Hankir, Frederick R Carrick,

INTRODUCTION:There is increasing awareness that Lyme borreliosis (LB) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) may cause mental health symptoms. TBI and Lyme disease compromise the health and activities of millions of patients per year. The chronic symptoms and disability of TBI and Lyme disease share a similar clinical presentation. We have ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):299-307]

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Neurostimulation in Treating ADHD.

Heng Chun Wong, Rashid Zaman,

BACKGROUND:Neurostimulation techniques are potential methods of treating ADHD, involving stimulation of brain areas showing abnormal activity in ADHD. They are associated with benefits that last longer with fewer side effects. This literature review will evaluate the effectiveness of these methods. SUBJECTS AND METHODS:A literature search using scientific databases including PubMed ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):265-275]

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Using Experts by Personal and Professional Experience (EPPE) to increase interest in Psychiatry as a Career at Sixth-Form Level.

Ahmed Hankir, Jahangir Mahmood, Nour Houbby, Sabah Ali, Frederick R Carrick, Rashid Zaman,

BACKGROUND:Psychiatrists play a multifaceted and critical role in improving the lives of people with mental illness. However, despite how rewarding, important and thrilling a career in mental health is, there continues to remain a shortage of psychiatrists in Low-, Middle- and High-Income Countries. There has been resurgence in interest in ... Read more >>

Psychiatr Danub (Psychiatria Danubina)
[2019, 31(Suppl 3):242-248]

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