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(AUDIT (Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test))
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  • Mental ill health in structural pathways to women's experiences of intimate partner violence. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2017; 12(4):e0175240
  • Machisa MT, Christofides N, Jewkes R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Mental ill health plays a mediating role in the relationship of child abuse and recent IPV experiences among women. Conversely, IPV also negatively affects women's mental health. Interventions to reducing the incidence of IPV could help alleviate the burden of mental ill health among women and vice versa. Effective integration of mental health services in primary health care, detection of symptoms, brief interventions and strengthened referral mechanisms for sustained community-based care are necessary in responding to victims of intimate partner violence. Response for abused children needs to take similar approaches and reduce the long-term mental health effects associated with violent exposures.
  • Prevalence of Substance Use in Patients Diagnosed with Schizophrenia. [Journal Article]
  • NPNoro Psikiyatr Ars 2016; 53(1):4-11
  • Tekin Uludağ Y, Güleç G
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our country, limited research has been conducted on the prevalence of substance use in schizophrenic patients. Therefore, we believe that this study will contribute to the literature on the subject. More sample groups and first-episode patients as well as follow-up studies will contribute to a better understanding of the effect of substance use on the clinical course of schizophrenia.
  • High prevalence of alcohol use disorders in patients with inflammatory skin diseases. [Journal Article]
  • BJBr J Dermatol 2017 Mar 27
  • Al-Jefri K, Newbury-Birch D, … Hampton PJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with eczema attending a single site hospital clinic have been shown to have high levels of alcohol use disorders of a similar level to patients with psoriasis and higher than patients with non-inflammatory skin diseases. The role of alcohol in the exacerbation of eczema needs further investigation. Caution and a full alcohol history is recommended when treating eczema patients with potentially hepatotoxic medication. By identifying heavier drinking patients we may be able to support them with interventions to reduce alcohol intake and potentially improve their skin disease. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Screening for Anger and Sleep Difficulties. [Journal Article]
  • MMMil Med 2017; 182(3):e1628-e1633
  • Steele NM, Fogarty GJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: On the basis of these findings, we recommend the inclusion of improved measures of both anger and sleep difficulties in end-of-deployment mental health screens. A less behaviorally specific and more wide-ranging anger scale is recommended for future studies that aim to evaluate the role of anger in screening batteries. Our findings suggest that the Sleep Difficulties scale used in this study would be a worthwhile addition to mental health screening because it is moderately correlated with both Time 1 and Time 2 measures of PTSD symptomatology and psychological distress. Furthermore, there is minimal stigma associated with the experience of sleep difficulties.
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