Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
Treatment and clinical management issues. QoL and health policy, planning and health economics
Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, West Sussex, England, 2006.
Published by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, West Sussex, England, 2006. Article in Annals of Pharmacotherapy 40(6):1220-1220 · May 2006 with 20 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
25. Quality of life measurment in the economic analysis of mental health care Dan Chisholm, Luis Salvador-Carulla and Jose Luis Auyso-Mateos.
ISBN: 978-0-470-85601-7 October 2005 368 Pages. 13. Quality of life in schitzophrenia Julio Bobes and Maria Paz Garcia-Portilla. 25. 26. Organisation of care and quality of life of persons with serious and persistent mental illness David Mechanic.
This book discusses the relationship between quality of life and disabilities. It explores such psychosocial concepts as well-being, life satisfaction, life difficulties and events, social adjustments, and standard of living.
Freeman, Stansfeld, Introduction.
Heinz Katschnig, Hugh L. Freeman, Norman Sartorius. Freeman, Stansfeld, Introduction.
Heinz Katschnig, N. Sartorius, H. Freeman. This book discusses the relationship between quality of life and disabilities. It also examines quality of life and psychiatric treatment and services and discusses policy and planning issues.
Norman RM, Malla AK, McLean T, Voruganti LP, Cortese L, et al. (2000) The relationship of symptoms and level of functioning in schizophrenia to general wellbeing and the Quality of Life Scale. Acta Psychiatr Scand 102: 303-309.
by Heinz KatschnigHugh FreemanNorman Sartorius. The importance of a patient's quality of life is increasingly being recognised in all areas of medicine and health sciences.
London: Chapman and Hall Medical.
Michael I. Levi (1998) Basic Notes in Psychiatry (2nd edn). Reading: Petroc Press, an imprint of LibraPharm Ltd. Jean O'Hara & Anthea Sperlinger (eds) (1997) Adults with Learning Disabilities. London: Chapman and Hall Medical. Greg Wilkinson (1997) Understanding Stress. London: Family Doctor Publications in Associ ation with the BMA. 1. Indicates donor, where not first author.
Norman Sartorius (born 1935) is a Croatian psychiatrist and university professor. Sartorius is a former director of the World Health Organization's (WHO) Division of Mental Health, and a former president of the World Psychiatric Association and. Sartorius is a former director of the World Health Organization's (WHO) Division of Mental Health, and a former president of the World Psychiatric Association and of the European Psychiatric Association. He has been described as "one of the most prominent and influential psychiatrists of his generation".
The second edition of this landmark title has been extensivelyrevised and updated to reflect the latest developments in thefield.Provides a state of the art overview of this important publichealth topic
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