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Rehabilitative Elemente bei der Behandlung von Menschen mit psychischen Störungen: Werden sie bei der Entwicklung von Leitlinien ausreichend berücksichtigt?


Watzke, Birgit; Büscher, Cathrin; Koch, Uwe; Schulz, Holger (2005). Rehabilitative Elemente bei der Behandlung von Menschen mit psychischen Störungen: Werden sie bei der Entwicklung von Leitlinien ausreichend berücksichtigt? Psychiatrische Praxis, 32(2):79-86.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE

In the context of the current discussion of integrating rehabilitative elements into the (acute) treatment of patients with mental disorders, it is investigated what rehabilitative elements actually are and whether these elements are considered in existing guidelines.

METHODS/RESULTS

An expert-based consensus, especially results of expert ratings using a 46-item questionnaire (Delphi Technique; n = 16), shows that it is possible to specify rehabilitative elements, although there are still aspects which need further clarification. Analyses of current guidelines (using published guidelines for panic disorders) demonstrate that rehabilitative elements which are rated as important by the experts are only marginally mentioned in guidelines up to now.

CONCLUSIONS

A considerable need for research exists for a further specification of rehabilitative elements and for the development of evidence based recommendations in the form of guidelines.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE

In the context of the current discussion of integrating rehabilitative elements into the (acute) treatment of patients with mental disorders, it is investigated what rehabilitative elements actually are and whether these elements are considered in existing guidelines.

METHODS/RESULTS

An expert-based consensus, especially results of expert ratings using a 46-item questionnaire (Delphi Technique; n = 16), shows that it is possible to specify rehabilitative elements, although there are still aspects which need further clarification. Analyses of current guidelines (using published guidelines for panic disorders) demonstrate that rehabilitative elements which are rated as important by the experts are only marginally mentioned in guidelines up to now.

CONCLUSIONS

A considerable need for research exists for a further specification of rehabilitative elements and for the development of evidence based recommendations in the form of guidelines.

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Other titles:Rehabilitative elements for the treatment of patients with mental disorders: are they considered in the development of guidelines?
Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Psychology
Dewey Decimal Classification:150 Psychology
Date:March 2005
Deposited On:27 Jan 2015 13:54
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 18:58
Publisher:Georg Thieme Verlag
ISSN:0303-4259
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1055/s-2003-814990
PubMed ID:15712040

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