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Psychosocial work characteristics, burnout, psychological morbidity symptoms and early retirement intentions: a cross-sectional study of NHS consultants in the UK
OBJECTIVESThe objectives of this study are twofold. First, to examine the direct effect of psychosocial work characteristics (as measured by job autonomy and work-related pressure) in relation to self-reported psychological ...
Proportionate methods for evaluating a simple digital mental health tool
BACKGROUND: Traditional evaluation methods are not keeping pace with rapid developments in mobile health. More flexible methodologies are needed to evaluate mHealth technologies, particularly simple, self-help tools. One ...
Psychiatrists' access to electronic laboratory results
Aims and method A completed audit cycle, consisting of email surveys of all psychiatrists and a review of acute trust information technology registers was undertaken in Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, to assess ...
Why Cochrane should prioritise sharing data
Packer1 says that the one who submits a research for public good should be ready to receive a request for data sharing for examination and re-analysis and that tax payers assume that a national agency is checking such data ...
How do the study-based registers reduce waste in systematic reviewing?
Background: Study-based registers are one of the oldest living tools used in preparation of systematic reviews/overviews, and are maintained by a Cochrane Information Specialist. These registers remove the burden of ...
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Mental Health Law
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) took effect in 2008. This paper discusses a number of flashpoints where the CRPD will require real and significant reconsideration of English ...
Mental illness, medicine and law
Identity, law, policy and communicating mental health
This paper reflects on the special edition, Communicating Mental Health, from the perspective of a legal academic with an interest in the service user rights and in United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with ...
The use of coercive measures within forensic psychiatry
Introduction: The use of coercive measures within forensic psychiatry has generated much debate across public, professional and academic domains. The use of restraint, seclusion and rapid tranquillisation challenge the key ...