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New article published! – Does ‘subalternalizing’ religious patients mean they do not exist?

Nissen, R.D., Gildberg, F.A., Hvidt, N.C. 2019. Approaching the Religious Patient in Secular Psychiatry: Does ‘subalternalizing’ religious patients mean they do not exist? The Archives for the Psychology of Religion. https://doi.org/10.1177/0084672419868770 Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Published!

Published: Searching for qualitative health research required several databases and alternative search strategies – Journal of Clinical Epidemiology

Objective: Retrieving the qualitative literature can be challenging, but the number and specific choice of databases are key factors. The aim of the present study is to provide guidance for the choice of databases for retrieving qualitative health research. Study Design and Setting: Seventy-one qualitative systematic reviews, from the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and …

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SEMINAR: Kvalitative analysemetoder i sundhedsforskning

Invitation til seminar: Kvalitative analysemetoder i sundhedsforskningTorsdag d. 19.09.19 kl. 13.00 – 16.00 Auditoriet WP25 J.B. Winsløws Vej 25, 5000 OdenseTilmelding: Klik HER

Construct validity of the Mechanical Restraint – Confounders, Risk, Alliance Score (MR-CRAS): a new risk assessment instrument

Nielsen, L.D., Bech, P., Hounsgaard, L., Gildberg, F.A. 2019.Construct validity of the Mechanical Restraint – Confounders, Risk, Alliance Score (MR-CRAS): a new risk assessment instrument. Nordic Journal Of Psychiatry. doi.org/10.1080/08039488.2019.1634757 Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Published!

PhD Oral Defence Session

Cand.mag. Ricko Damberg Nissen Title: “In That Most Secular of Rooms – The Religious Patient in Secular Psychiatry” PhD Oral Defence SessionDate and time: 13-09-2019 at 14:00:00Venue: Det Adelige Jomfrukloster,Albani Torv 6, 5000 Odense

Researchstatus 1. half year 2019

Nissen, RD., Gildberg, FA., Hvidt, NC. 2019. Approaching the Religious Patient in Forensic Psychiatry, with special focus on ethnic minority patients. Mental Health, Religion & Culture. Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Accepted! Frandsen, TF., Gildberg, F., Tingleff, E.B., 2019 Searching for qualitative health research required several databases and alternative search strategies: a study of coverage in …

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Accepted!

Nissen, RD., Gildberg, FA., Hvidt, NC. 2019. Approaching the Religious Patient in Forensic Psychiatry, with special focus on ethnic minority patients. Mental Health, Religion & Culture. Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Accepted!

Accepted for publication!

Frandsen, TF., Gildberg, F., Tingleff, E.B., 2019 Searching for qualitative health research required several databases and alternative search strategies: a study of coverage in bibliographic databases. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Accpeted!

New Article accepted!

Nielsen, L.D., Beck, P., Hounsgaard, L., Gildberg, F.A. 2019.Construct validity of the Mechanical Restraint – Confounders, Risk, Alliance Score (MR-CRAS): a new risk assessment instrument. Nordic Journal Of Psychiatry. Article, Peer reviewed. Status: Accpeted!

New results out!

A Matter of Trust and Distrust: A Qualitative Investigation of Parents’ Perceptions About the Use of Mechanical Restraint on Their Adult Children in a Forensic Psychiatric Setting – Ellen Boldrup Tingleff, Lise Hounsgaard, Stephen K. Bradley, Rhonda L. Wilson, and Frederik A. Gildberg. Introduction: Increased knowledge about forensic psychiatric patients’ relatives’ perceptions in regard to …

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