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QTc-interval abnormalities in a forensic population
Background: Antipsychotic drugs have been linked to sudden death among psychiatric patients, with a suggestion that prolongation of the QT-interval detectable on a standard electrocardiogram may be linked to fatal cardiac ...
Computer aided interviewing in psychiatric social work
This paper describes a research project on the process of collecting information for psychiatric social history. Subjects were patients’ parents. Ten subjects were interviewed by computer and fourteen by persons. Unstructured ...
Facilities for carers of in-patients in forensic psychiatric services in England and Wales
Aims and method: A postal survey of forensic psychiatric facilities in England and Wales was undertaken to obtain information about the services provided for carers of in-patients within these services. Results: Forensic ...
Does the non-randomized controlled study have a place in the systematic review? A pilot study
Background: A major issue in any systematic review is deciding which trials or studies to include and which to exclude. The Cochrane Collaboration and similar respected organizations have traditionally viewed the randomized ...