Nottingham Psychiatric Case Register Findings, 1962-69 (Statistical Report)
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Nottingham Psychiatric Case Register Findings, 1962-69 (Statistical Report)

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Published by Stationery Office Books .
Written in English


  • Great Britain,
  • Psychiatric hospitals

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Open LibraryOL9276212M
ISBN 100113203640
ISBN 109780113203642

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  This paper presents the findings of a specifically geographical investigation of the incidence, distribution and social/environmental correlates of mental disorder in Nottingham. Three diagnostic groups were examined, namely schizophrenia and paranoia, the effective psychoses (or manic depression) and the non-psychotic mental by:   Past psychiatric history was checked with the patient and on the Nottingham computerised psychiatric case register. The surviving sample and referred patients were all re-interviewed 1 yr after their first contact, and the above assessments were by: 6. One way of obtaining such data is the psychiatric case register. Case registers have traditionaly functioned as information systems that record the contacts of patients, from a defined geographical area, with medical and social services (Wing, ).Alternatively individuals with, or at risk of, a disease can be assessed and followed up whether. Using data from the Salford Psychiatric Case Register, point-prevalence patterns of service use in Salford County Borough are compared for and with respect to type of care, age and.

Acute onset, transient psychotic disorders with a good outcome are recognised in both ICD–10 (World Health Organization, a) and DSM–IV (American Psychiatric Association, ) as distinct from schizophrenia and affective ICD–10 acuteness of onset is considered to be their defining characteristic, whereas in DSM–III–R and DSM–IV duration of psychosis of less than 6. Acute and transient psychotic disorders: precursors, epidemiology, course and outcome - Volume Issue 6 - Swaran P. Singh, Tom Burns, Shazad Amin, Peter B. Jones, Glynn Harrison.   to say to psych patients.” Yet, frequently, patients with psychiatric diagnoses are admitted to medical-surgical units. Let’s examine a few case studies. 2. Case Presentation 1 A year-old female with a history of bipolar disorder presented to the ER claiming she was feeling suicidal.   Almost 50 new cases of Covid recorded across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Mansfield The daily figure shows rises in all parts of the county and city Recap after bus crash in Nottingham city.

The incidence, spatial patterning and ecological correlates of schizophrenia and the affective psychoses are identified for the Nottingham Psychiatric Case Register Area using the U.K.'s only.   1. Introduction. Psychiatric ecology describes the distribution of psychiatric illness in the context of geographic, social and time variables and attempts to identify a relationship between the type of environment and types of psychiatric identification of a correlation between psychiatric disease and biological, social and environmental factors represents a broad field of.   Patients were ascertained from the Nottingham psychiatric case register, where all patients seen by the local psychiatric service and their clinical diagnoses are recorded. All patients discharged from in-patient services between 1 April and 1 April with bipolar disorder were sampled from the register ( subjects). An analysis of the Danish psychiatric case register data reported an overall standardized mortality ratio (SMR) of for ATPD patients compared to the general population [59]. The SMR for.