Brief pschodynamic interpersonal therapy after deliberate self-poisoning reduced suicidal ideation and deliberate self-harm
- Effect of Teaching on Students' Attitudes to Self-poisoning. Barber, J.H.; Hodgkin, G.K.; Patel, A.R.; Wilson, G.M. // British Medical Journal;5/24/1975, Vol. 2 Issue 5968, p431
Examines the influence of teaching on the attitude of medical students towards self-poisoning in Glasgow, Scotland. Exposure of students to responsibilities towards self-poisoners; Contact of students with self-poisoners; Attitude of students towards other medical conditions.
- Psychological and social evaluation in cases of deliberate self-poisoning admitted to a general hospital. Gardner, R.; Hanka, R.; O'Brien, V.C.; Page, A.J.F.; Rees, R. // British Medical Journal;12/17/1977, Vol. 2 Issue 6102, p1567
Assesses the self-poisoning patients by the medical teams in London, England. Performance of initial psychiatric assessment; Provision of hospital treatment by psychiatrists; Evaluation of suicidal risk and identification of patients requiring psychiatric treatment.
- Toxicological features of deliberate self-poisonings. Bentur, Yedidia; Raikhlin-Eisenkraft, Bianca; Lavee, Michal // Human & Experimental Toxicology;Jul2004, Vol. 23 Issue 7, p331
Background: Deliberate self-poisoning (DSP) is a major health problem with increasing incidence mainly among young people. Objective: To examine the clinical and toxicological characteristics of DSP, it is compared to unintentional (non-DSP) exposures and those characteristics which might be...
- Psychological and social evaluation in cases of deliberate self-poisoning seen in an accident department. Gardner, R.; Hanka, R.; Roberts, S.J.; Allon-Smith, J.M.; Kings, A.A.; Nicholson, R. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);2/13/1982, Vol. 284 Issue 6314, p491
Evaluates the importance of psychological and social evaluation in cases of deliberate self-poisoning seen in an accident department. Consideration of psychosocial factors and physical condition of patients in the assessment; Similarity in repetition rates; Feasibility of delegating...
- High prevalence of hypokalemia after acute acetaminophen overdose: Impact of psychiatric illness. Zyoud, Saed H.; Awang, Rahmat; Sulaiman, Syed Azhar Syed; Al-jabi, Samah W. // Human & Experimental Toxicology;Sep2010, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p773
Background: Hypokalemia is not an isolated disease but an associated finding in a number of different diseases. It is also a commonly neglected condition among patients with acute acetaminophen overdose. Objectives: This study intended to determine the prevalence of hypokalemia and its clinical...
- Randomised controlled trial of brief psychological intervention after deliberate self poisoning. Guthrie, Elspeth; Kapur, Navneet; Mackway-Jones, Kevin; Chew-Graham, Carolyn; Moorey, James; Mendel, Elizabeth; Marino-Francis, Federica; Sanderson, Sarah; Turpin, Clive; Boddy, Gary; Tomenson, Barbara // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);7/21/2001, Vol. 323 Issue 7305, Special section p1
Conclusion: Brief psychodynamic interpersonal therapy may be a valuable treatment after people have deliberately tried to poison themselves.
- Ethnic Differences in Self-poisoning: A Comparison of West Indian and White Groups. Merrill, J.; Owens, J. // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jun87, Vol. 150, p765
The characteristics of West Indian patients admitted to a Birmingham hospital following deliberate self-poisoning were compared with those of White self-poisoners. West Indian patients were more likely to be young, female and single. They were less likely to have previously self-poisoned, have...
- Attitudes towards Self-poisoning. Patel, A.R. // British Medical Journal;5/24/1975, Vol. 2 Issue 5968, p426
Examines the attitudes of physicians and senior nurses toward several cases of self-poisoning in the medical wards in Great Britain. Prevalence of self-poisoning; Admission policy on self-poisoning; Preference of physicians and nurses to care for physical illnesses.
- Self-poisoning in Adolescents: Hospital Admissions and Deaths in the Oxford Region 1980-85. Sellar, C.; Hawton, K.; Goldacre, M.J. // British Journal of Psychiatry;Jun90, Vol. 156, p866
Linked hospital and death records for 10-20-year-olds admitted with a diagnosis of poisoning were analysed. Between 1980 and 1985 there was a significant decline in admission rates, which was mainly attributable to a decline among 16-20-year-old females. There was no evidence of a decline in the...