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impression of the psychiatric services in Italy as observed in 1982.

Granville E. Daniels

impression of the psychiatric services in Italy as observed in 1982.

by Granville E. Daniels

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To the Editor: On April 6, , at a.m., an earthquake (Richter Magnitude Scale number: ) struck L'Aquila, Italy, a town with a population of 72, residents. The L'Aquila earthquake caused the deaths of people, with more than 1, individuals injured displaced. Allan Tasman, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY, USA. Jerald Kay, MD, Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, Dayton, OH, USA. Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD, Lawrence Kolb Professor and Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, College of.

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Impression of the psychiatric services in Italy as observed in 1982 by Granville E. Daniels Download PDF EPUB FB2

Italy has experienced a significant change in its mental health sector, with a radical shift from old mental institutions to new community-based psychiatric services. The Italian experience attracted international attention and, in some instances, led to similar changes occurring by:   In Italy clozapine gained authorisation only in public psy- chiatric services inso clinical experience with the drug is limited.

The present prospective, naturalistic study assesses long-term effectiveness and tolerability of clozapine when employed in clinical practice in Italian Community Mental Health Services (CMHSs).Cited by: 1.

Mosher LR. Recent developments in the care, treatment, and rehabilitation of the chronic mentally ill in Italy. Hosp Community Psychiatry. Oct; 34 (10)– Williams P, De Salvia D, Tansella M. Suicide, psychiatric reform, and the provision of psychiatric services in Italy.

Soc Psychiatry. ; 21 Cited by:   Background Previous studies have shown that attitudes towards depression may be influenced by country-specific social and cultural factors.

A survey was carried out to collect beliefs on and attitudes toward depression in Italy, which has an established community-based mental health system. Methods A telephone survey was carried out in a probabilistic sample aged ≥15 by: After legislative changes inItalian psychiatry underwent a thorough overhaul, with the gradual closure of all Mental Hospitals.

A nation-wide network of Departments of Mental Health now deliver outpatient and inpatient care, but also run semi-residential and residential facilities (the latter with beds inhabitants).

The Italian mental health care is based on Law (it. Legge ), also called Legge Basaglia, from the name of the author of the reform, Franco Basaglia.

It was adopted on May 13th   The type of psychiatric assistance carried out in Italy before Basaglia's views gained ground—that is, beforewhen his book L'Istituzione Negata was published—is first described. The “Democratic Psychiatry” movement he launched was the mainspring of Law (), known to have led to the closing of asylums.

), and is characterized as being prohibitive and into contact with psychiatric services are subject to. This divide maps onto the disciplinary divides within the mental health field. Psychiatric treatment in Italy underwent a deep-seated and radical change in with the passing of law This law sanctioned the end of the Psychiatric Hospital as an institution that removed the mentally ill person from society and segregated him, under prison-like conditions, as he was considered “a danger to himself and to others and.

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Approach to the Psychiatric Patient: Case Based Essays consists of more than essays that address one of 10 carefully selected psychiatric cases. The essays reflect the breadth of modern psychiatry, the cases span the diagnostic spectrum, and the situations range from emergency rooms and inpatient services to outpatient psychotherapy s: 7.

Psychiatric care was restructured in other Italian cities, including Reggio Emilia, Parma and especially Trieste. Basaglia's work there culminated in its asylum's closure in — the year that.

Background. The state of existing mental health services in low-income countries has been characterized as inadequate, inequitable and inefficient [].In particular, the lack of infrastructure in sub-Saharan Africa remains to be a significant barrier to improving mental health services in the region [].According to the World Health Organization (WHO), sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia have.

According to a retrospective study performed at the Hannover Medical School (Medizinische Hochschule Hannover, MHH), the rate of presentation of psychiatric patients to the emergency room in the year was % (). 12% to 25% of emergency cases seen by the emergency medical services were psychiatric emergencies (4, 5).General practitioners and family.

An important set of data has been recently collected by the Italian Psychiatric Association through the DMHs (Bassi et al., ); it was found that % of the Italian population, at January 1,was on active treatment in mental health services. On average every year % of people in treatment were first-contact users.

In our study, we have evaluated compassion fatigue in a mental health group (47 psychiatric staff) and its relationship with inpatients ( inpatients) affected by some psychiatric disorders. At baseline, the more significant data indicate a high percentage of Job Burnout and Compassion Fatigue in psychiatric nurses (respectively, %, %).

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This reorganization of mental health services in Italy resulted in the "democratic psychiatry movement," wherein hundreds of psychiatric institutions were closed throughout Europe, New Zealand, and Australia, including many in Ireland and Finland, where the highest number of.

Summary. An ecological approach has been adopted to study the effect on suicide of the psychiatric reform in Italy. Using regional data, the trend in suicide during the pre-reform quinquennium (–) is compared with that during the postreform quinquennium (–).

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The new description of somatic symptom disorder in DSM-5 represents a big step forward, because the decision has been made to use, for classification, a positive criterion, namely maladaptive reaction to a somatic symptom, instead.Beyond the description of facts arising from hard data, and not mere impressions, what is outstanding throughout the book is the repeated presence of themes and concepts that reinstate human rights values into a psychiatric practice that has pivoted around the power of the clinician and disempowered the user this book suits the needs of all.