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Primary care and suicidality among psychiatric outpatients: The patient-doctor relationship matters.

Krista Schultz, Sharan Sandhu, David Kealy,

OBJECTIVE:The purpose of the current study is to examine the relationship between the quality of the Patient-Doctor Relationship and suicidality among patients seeking mental health care; specifically, whether patients who perceive having a more positive relationship with primary care physician will have lower levels of suicidality. METHOD:Cross-sectional population-based study in ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420977994]

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Prevalence of depression, anxiety and stress in china during COVID-19 pandemic: A systematic review with meta-analysis.

Syeda Beenish Bareeqa, Syed Ijlal Ahmed, Syeda Sana Samar, Waqas Yasin, Sani Zehra, George M Monese, Robert V Gouthro,

BACKGROUND:The novel coronavirus disease which is believed to have initially originated in Wuhan city of China at the end of 2019 was declared as pandemic by March 2020 by WHO. This pandemic significantly impacted the mental health of communities around the globe. This project draws data from available research to ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420978005]

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Comparison of pre- and post-hemodialysis PHQ-9 depression scores in patients with end-stage renal disease: A cross-sectional study.

Izzat AlAwwa, Sarah Ibrahim, Ahmad Obeid, Nadeen Alfraihat, Reham Al-Hindi, Shatha Jallad, Ahmad Al-Awwa,

OBJECTIVES:An overlap between the somatic symptoms of depression and those of uremia seen in end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients may affect the diagnosis of depression. This study aims to evaluate the effect of hemodialysis on the diagnosis of depression among patients on maintenance hemodialysis as dialysis diminishes the uremic symptoms, ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420973489]

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Delirium on clozapine: A tale of friend turned foe-A case report.

Aparna Das, Rebecca Minner, Lewis Krain, John Spollen,

Treatment resistant schizophrenia (TRS) is often encountered in clinical practice. Clozapine remains the drug of choice in the management of TRS. Several studies have shown that clozapine is the most effective antipsychotic medication to date for TRS. But it is also well known that it has multiple side effects. Some ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420972827]

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Black cohosh associated mania in a patient with unipolar depression.

Murat Yalçın, Ayşenur Oğuz, Engin Emrem Beştepe, Nazife Gamze Usta Sağlam, Mine Ergelen,

Black cohosh (actaea racemosa, cimicifuga racemosa) a popular complementary medicine, is commonly prescribed as an alternative drug to hormone replacement therapy for the treatment of menopause symptoms and menstrual pain. Studies on the black cohosh's psychological effects are generally focused on the perimenopausal depression and anxiety; and, its effects have ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420961185]

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Prevalence and socioeconomic factors in the prescription of concurrent amphetamine and alprazolam.

Paul A Zarkowski, Alex R Van-Den-Ende, Jacob A Groen,

OBJECTIVE:Goals were to determine the prevalence of concurrent prescription of amphetamine and alprazolam, and examine variation by socioeconomic factors. METHODS:Washington State's Prescription Monitoring Program was reviewed for calendar years 2013 through 2017. Individuals receiving more than 180 days of amphetamine, alprazolam or both were tabulated for each zip code. Prescription rates ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420960619]

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Narrative medicine: Re-engaging and re-energizing ourselves through story.

Andre F Lijoi, Ana D Tovar,

Physicians and other allied health professionals have many distractions from their work and from original motivations to become health caring professionals. Activities that detract from making meaningful connection with patients result in high levels of work dissatisfaction and burnout even at early stages of career or training. Narrative Medicine provides ... Read more >>

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(5):321-330]

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Compassion, gratitude and awe: The role of pro-social emotions in training physicians for relational competence.

Colleen T Fogarty,

On April 28, 2019, Dr. Beat Steiner, president of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), proposed that we as family medicine educators focus on increasing kindness and compassion in our lives and the world around us. As teachers of Family Medicine, we are poised in the intersections among ... Read more >>

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(5):314-320]

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Telemedicine: The art of innovative technology in family medicine.

Julia Jenkins, Oliver Oyama,

Technology in medicine has been rapidly evolving over the past decade, greatly improving the quality and types of services providers can offer to patients. Physicians in training are eager to embrace these novel innovations, and medical school and residency educators strive to offer learning experiences of a high standard that ... Read more >>

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(5):341-348]

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Bipolar disorder: Managing the peaks and valleys.

W Michael Johnson, Scott A Fields, Ellen Bluett,

Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric illness that is relatively common among patients presenting for treatment in primary care clinics. Physicians in primary care often face difficult decisions about how and when to intervene when a patient is experiencing depressive, manic, or hypomanic episodes consistent with bipolar disorder. This article reviews ... Read more >>

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[2020, 55(5):349-356]

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Act Scholarly! Embrace your inner behavioral scientist.

Sandra K Burge,

Fifty years of scholarship by behavioral science faculty shaped the training and practice of family physicians. One can trace behavioral science influence from the philosophical underpinnings of family medicine (whole-person, patient-centered, biopsychosocial care), to the translation of psychotherapy skills into tools for family physicians, to the discovery of successful, integrated ... Read more >>

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[2020, 55(5):304-313]

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An evaluation of a simulation and video-based training program to address adverse childhood experiences.

Julie Miller-Cribbs, Jedediah Bragg, Frances Wen, Martina Jelley, Kim A Coon, Heather Hanks, Daniel Howell, Ken Randall, Mary Isaacson, Kristin Rodriguez, Ginger Sutton,

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are multiple sources of maltreatment and household dysfunction with tremendous impact on health. A trauma-informed (TI) approach is preferred when working with patients with ACEs. The Professional ACEs-Informed Training for Health© (PATH©) educational program and simulation experience using standardized patients (SP) was developed to help healthcare ... Read more >>

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[2020, 55(5):366-375]

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Meaning in medicine groups as part of faculty development.

Lindsay T Fazio, Miranda M Huffman,

Health care workers engaged in work that they find personally meaningful are less likely to experience professional burnout. However, health care often involves tedious and burdensome tasks. While physicians are often asked to complete tasks that are less satisfying, creating space to focus on the meaningful parts of patient care ... Read more >>

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(5):331-340]

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Cultivating change: Engaging residents in research.

Vikram Arora, Paul F Bell, Stephen Hagberg,

BACKGROUND:The American Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) guidelines for scholarly activities by family medicine residents require at least one activity per resident and encourage conference presentations. Meeting these guidelines has traditionally been challenging due to a multitude of factors from lack of time to limited administrative support. Studies have ... Read more >>

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(5):376-383]

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The evidence, the art, the outcomes.

Julie Rickert, Scott A Fields, Emilee J Delbridge, John R Freedy,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(5):299-303]

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Patient experience of an integrated care model in a family practice clinic & FQHC.

Aubry N Koehler, Laura E Sudano, Edward Ip, Stephen W Davis, Gail S Marion, Julienne K Kirk,

In order to investigate the patient experience of integrated behavioral health care in primary care settings, we implemented a patient cohort model from a combined site sample (N = 727) consisting of a family practice clinic and a Federally Qualified Health Center. Patient experience was measured using 12 questions from a validated ... Read more >>

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[2020, 55(5):357-365]

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Facilitators and barriers to utilization of medications for opioid use disorder in primary care in South Carolina.

Sarah M Oros, Lillian M Christon, Kelly S Barth, Carole R Berini, Bennie L Padgett, Vanessa A Diaz,

OBJECTIVE:Utilization of medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD) has not been widely adopted by primary care providers. This study sought to identify interprofessional barriers and facilitators for use of MOUD (specifically naltrexone and buprenorphine) among current and future primary care providers in a southeastern academic center in South Carolina. METHOD:Faculty, ... Read more >>

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A missed case of lurasidone induced laryngospasm: A case study and overview of extrapyramidal symptom identification and treatment.

Deirdre Caffrey, Gillian L Sowden,

OBJECTIVE:Many patients with bipolar disorder are treated exclusively in primary care settings, and the use of atypical antipsychotics as primary treatment for bipolar depression is increasing. Extrapyramidal symptoms (EPS) are common side effects of antipsychotic medications, and clinicians should actively monitor for these symptoms when prescribing antipsychotic medications. Accurate diagnosis ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420943786]

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Mental distress and need for psychosocial support in prostate cancer patients: An observational cross-sectional study.

Naomi Baba, Theresa Schrage, Armin Hartmann, Kenji Baba, Alexander Wuensch, Wolfgang Schultze-Seemann, Joachim Weis, Andreas Joos,

OBJECTIVE:Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in German men and associated with various physical and psychosocial problems. This study investigated the association between mental distress and the subjective need for psychosocial support comparing subgroups of patients with different treatments and disease stages. METHOD:We performed an observational, cross-sectional study including ... Read more >>

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[2020, :91217420938896]

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Balint autobiography-Michael R. Floyd.

Michael R Floyd,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(3):217-218]

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Balint autobiography-Rex Pittenger.

Rex Pittenger,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(3):173-176]

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Balint autobiography-Albert Lichtenstein.

Albert Lichtenstein,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(3):219-222]

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Balint autobiography-Clive D. Brock.

Clive D Brock,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(3):183-190]

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Balint autobiography-Franklyn D. Dornfest.

Franklyn D Dornfest,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(3):177-182]

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Balint autobiography-John Salinsky.

John Salinsky,

Int J Psychiatry Med (International journal of psychiatry in medicine)
[2020, 55(3):167-172]

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