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Scientific models for qualitative research: a textual thematic analysis coding system – Part II

Background Models are central to the acquisition and organisation of scientific knowledge.They can be viewed as tools for interpretive description as well as cognitive representations ofan empirical phenomenon. However, discussions about how to develop models in qualitativeresearch – particularly in the literature on thematic analysis – are sparse.Aim To discuss an approach to scientific qualitative …

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New Article: Nurses’ clinical decision-making in the use of rapid tranquillization in adult mental health inpatient settings: An integrative review.

Rapid tranquillization is a restrictive practice that remains widely used in mental health inpatient settings worldwide. Nurses are the professionals most likely to administer rapid tranquillization in mental health settings. To improve mental health practices, an enhanced understanding of their clinical decision-making when using rapid tranquillization is, therefore, important. The aim was to synthesize and …

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Scientific models for qualitative research: a textual thematic analysis coding system – Part 1

Background Models are central to the acquisition and organisation of scientific knowledge. However, there are few explanations of how to develop models in qualitative research, particularly in terms of thematic analysis. Aim To describe a new technique for scientific qualitative modelling: the Empirical Testing Thematic Analysis (ETTA). Part 2 describes the ETTA model. Discussion ETTA generates a semantic …

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New article accepted!

Pedersen, M. L., Gildberg, F., Laulund, R., Jørgensen, K. & Tingleff, E., 2023, Nurses’ clinical decision-making in use of rapid tranquillisation in adult mental health inpatient settings: an integrative review.  I: International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. (Accepteret/In press)  – Stay tuned !

New Professor Søren Birkeland

IRS TiltrĂŚdelsesseminar – Søren Fryd Birkeland ”Bedre psykiatrisk behandling? –videnskabelige undersøgelser af behandlings- og reguleringsmĂŚssige udfordringer og muligheder” Tirsdag d. 10. januar 2023 kl. 14.00 ‘SKY’ mødelokalet (14. etage)Campus Kollegiet, Syddansk UniversitetCampusvej 1, 5230 Odense M Tilmeld Klinisk professor Søren Fryd Birkeland I anledning af Søren Birkelands tiltrĂŚdelse som klinisk professor i psykiatri- og sundhedsret ved …

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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