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Clinicians have several therapeutic relationships and patients only one: The effect on their assessments of relationships.
OBJECTIVES: Little attention has been given to the common assessment problem that clinicians assess outcomes of several patients and may rate them in comparison to one another, whereas patients assess only their own outcomes ...
[How does the quality of life of long-term hospitalized psychiatric patients change after their discharge into the community?].
In the Berlin deinstitutionalisation study, quality of life in 134 long-term hospitalised psychiatric patients was examined twice: Discharged patients were interviewed again one year after their return to the community, ...
[Psychiatric disorders in emigrants. II. Follow-up over six months and attitudes of the patients].
In the first part of this study we investigated people who had left East Germany and sought psychiatric help within six weeks after their move. 94 patients were re-examined approximately six month later. Meanwhile 40% had ...
[Psychiatric disorders in emigrants. III. Follow-up after two and a half years].
In the first and the second part of this study we reported about first examination and a six month follow-up in patients who had left East-Germany in 1989. In this third and last part, findings of a two and a half year ...