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Preliminary studies of the ICD-11 classification of personality disorder in practice
OBJECTIVE: This study aims to compare ICD-10 and putative ICD-11 classifications of personality disorder in different clinical populations.DESIGN: Prospective recording of ICD-10 and ICD-11 personality disorder classifications ...
Treating personality disorder in community mental health teams: Commentary on... Use of psychotropic medication among psychiatric out-patients with personality disorder
Although personality disorders are prevalent conditions and the cause of considerable morbidity, their management remains controversial. The rationale for using psychotropic medication in these conditions is poorly articulated ...
A focus group study exploring student nurse's experiences of an educational intervention focused on working with people with a diagnosis of personality disorder
WHAT IS KNOWN ON THE SUBJECT?: Research has consistently shown that poor attitudes exist in mental health care towards people with a diagnosis of personality disorder and that nurses can find working with this group of ...
Psycho-education with problem solving (PEPS) therapy for adults with personality disorder: A pragmatic multi-site community-based randomised clinical trial
BACKGROUND: Impairment in social functioning is a key component of personality disorder. Therefore psycho-education and problem solving (PEPS) therapy may benefit people with this disorder. Psycho-education aims to educate, ...
Complex case: A biofeedback intervention to control impulsiveness in a severely personality disordered forensic patient
Impulsiveness in personality disordered forensic patients is associated with poor treatment completion and high risk of re-offending. A biofeedback training protocol, previously found to reduce impulsiveness and improve ...
Developing a national institute of clinical excellence and health guideline for antisocial personality disorder
Antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is a common disorder with a prevalence rate in the general population of around 1%, which means that it is as prevalent as other major psychiatric conditions such as schizophrenia and ...