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The Danish Court Case Database: a data source in forensic mental health? 

Pedersen, M. L., Gildberg, F., & Birkeland, S. (2022). The Danish Court Case Database: a data source in forensic mental health? Scandinavian Journal of Forensic Science. Vol.28 – No 1 – 2022- Page 1-5 – doi: 10.2478/sjfs-2022-0011 Abstract: Grey literature complementing evidence from common scientific sources, such as journals, may serve to provide a broader range of evidence, …

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New Article Published !

The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences and perceptions of parents in forensic mental health services with regard to their cooperation with healthcare professionals and their role as parent carers. 15 participants were interviewed using qualitative, in-depth interviews and transcripts were analysed thematically. The identified themes were ‘Medical dominance, ‘Interactions with healthcare …

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Oral Defence Session!

Its a pleasure to invite you to Anne Louises PhD Oral Defence Session “Prevention of metabolic syndrome in forensic mental health patients”

NEW:  Hospitalisation time is associated with weight gain in forensic mental health

Anne Louise Winkler Pedersen, Frederik Alkier Gildberg, Peter Hjorth, Mikkel Højlund & Kjeld Andersen (2022) Hospitalisation time is associated with weight gain in forensic mental health patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, DOI: 10.1080/08039488.2022.2053202

DPSN konference 2022

Professor Frederik A. Gildberg & Adjunct Professor John Baker Inaugural seminar

”RECORE – Reducing Coercive and Restrictive Practices“ Thursday, December 2, 2021, from 13:30 to 16:30 CET The Auditorium, University of Southern Denmark Faculty of Health Sciences, J.B. Winsløws Vej 25, DK-5000 Odense C – Full Program click here

FOSTREN-EViPRG Training School 2021

The first FOSTREN-EViPRG Training School turned out to be a major hit amongst the participants!Thank you so very much for participating and turning this event in to what it became; a step up the ladder and a high barre for all training schools to follow. Also, thanks to the teachers and senior colleagues for sharing …

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New Results!

Gildberg, F., Petersen Fallesen, J., Vogn, D., Baker, J. & Fluttert, F., 2021. Conflict management: A qualitative study of mental health staff’s perceptions of factors that may influence conflicts with forensic mental health inpatients. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 10.1016/j.apnu.2021.06.007 Status: Published

Training School DK

PRICE?3.500.- DKK Per. Danish student – for a 3 day program with the leading experts within risk factors for coercion in mental health services. (Hotel Room is NOT included in the price). WHAT?The Training School will be held in Middelfart Denmark or online (due to COVID-19) on the 20th-24th of September 2021 and will focus on risk …

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What about the new Danish professor?