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Rates of suicide, nonfatal self-harm differ by sex, age among teens

Rates of suicide, nonfatal self-harm differ by sex, age among teens
December 15, 2017

Results of a retrospective study in England showed that ratios of fatal to nonfatal self-harm rates differed between boys and girls, with higher incidence of suicide in boys and higher incidence of self-harm in girls, and between younger and older adolescents, according to recent findings.

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Social recovery therapy plus early intervention benefits patients with psychosis

December 15, 2017
Enhanced social recovery therapy plus early intervention increased time spent in structured activity among patients with first-episode psychosis, indicating that social…

AMA: Deadline to avoid Medicare payment penalty approaching

December 15, 2017
Dec. 31 is the last day physicians can act to avoid a Medicare payment penalty under the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act in 2019, the AMA said in a press…
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Incentives to psychiatrists do not increase access to follow-up care

December 14, 2017
Payment incentives used to encourage psychiatrists to see new patients after discharge from a psychiatric hospital or a suicide attempt did not increase access to…
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Epilepsy in the Courtroom

Psychiatric Annals, December 2017, Volume 47 Issue 12
Epilepsy is a diverse family of disorders with wide variations in clinical presentations depending on seizure type and…
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Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services: November 2017

AKH Inc., Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare and SLACK Incorporated

Topics include parent–child relational problems, measurement-based care in psychiatry, and mental health…
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