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2021-02-18 Research Article

Psychotropic drugs prescription block the positive effects of the doctor-patient communication and relationship

Jose Luis Turabian*

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The fact that general practitioner (GP) or psychiatrist understands the psychosocial effects of prescribing on the doctor-patient relationship is as important, if not more so, than knowing pharmacology. Any prescription of drugs modifies the doctor-patient relationship. Drugs...

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2021-01-29 Review Article

Illness of great dictators - mosaic psychopatia

Dmitrieva Elena Germanovna*

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Psychopatia is a borderline between mental diseases and good health. One of its versions is mosaic psychopatia. For certain everyone knows, that the mosaic represents. These are the parts of diverse elements collected together. And so this disease is named after the patient s...

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2021-01-01 Short Communication

Fears of health catastrophe as Nepal reports increasing deaths from COVID-19

Hom Nath Chalise*

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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) had affected both developed and developing countries too. The first case in Nepal was confirmed on 23 January 2020.  It was also the first recorded case of COVID-19 in South Asia. Nepal reported its first COVID-19 death on May 16. At t...

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2020-12-03 Review Article

The relationship between IT consumption and anxiety in Pakistani youth

Waqar Husain* and Sehrish Mobeen

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The present study was designed to measure the relationship between the consumption of Information Technology (IT) and anxiety among Pakistani youth. The inquiry included 200 conveniently selected Pakistani youth aged 16 to 24 years from 4 cities. The anxiety subscale of Depre...

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2020-11-05 Research Article

Adverse childhood experiences and their Alcohol, and chat Consumption among school-going adolescents, Ethiopia: Cross-sectional study

Mekonnen Tsehay*, Mogesie Necho, Asmare Belete and Werkua Mekonnen

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Background: Alcohol and chat use during adolescence is associated with academic and health problems, including abuse or dependence in adulthood. The aim of the present study was to investigate associations between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and early initiation of a...

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2020-10-12 Case Report

Psychological distress in a social media content moderator: A case report

Roukaya Benjelloun and Yassine Otheman*

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The expansion of social media platforms has given birth to a specific professional category in charge of « sanitizing » social media and keeping it free of “inappropriate” content. These content moderators, as a result of being constantly exposed to po...

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2020-07-27 Research Article

Health professional stress during COVID-19 pandemic

Fatiha Bennaoui*, Nadia Ei Idrissi Slitine and Fadl Mrabih Rabou Maoulainine

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WHO declared the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak, caused by SARS-CoV-2, to be a pandemic on March 12, 2020. In Morocco, the first case was reported in March 2nd 2020. The mental health of general population, medical and nursing staff especially has been greatly c...

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2020-06-26 Review Article

The “Follow-up Factor” in management development

Marshall Goldsmith*

Leadership is not just for leaders anymore. Top companies are beginning to understand that sustaining peak performance requires a firm-wide commitment to developing leaders that is tightly aligned to organizational objectives — a commitment much easier to understand than to achieve. Organiz...

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2020-06-24 Research Article

Targeted community outreach events to deliver healthcare to diverse rural populations

Trina Aguirre*, Nancy Meier, Kelly Betts and Ann Koehler

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Introduction: Rural populations often experience disparities in health and access to and quality of healthcare. Such disparities may differ among subpopulations. Community outreach events provide an opportunity for rural residents to receive health services a...

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2020-06-01 Review Article

Complicated grief in the DSM-5: Problems and solutions

Colin Murray Parkes*

The Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders volume 5 (DSM-5) is the influential textbook published in 2013, by the American Psychiatric Association, as a guide to psychiatric diagnosis. It helps to ensure that doctors are consistent in their use of diagnostic terms.

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