Depression among the university students in Arghakhanchi District - Mishra DK, Bhusal R, Pokharel R, Sharma S.
A Depression is one of the major mental illnesses of today's generation and is a common mental disorder. Depression is characterized by a loss of interest and a persistent sadness in activities that people usually enjoy, associated with an inability to car...
ConclusionAddressing GPs ’ needs is essential when implementing depression screening tools in clinical practice. To overcome prejudices and enhance the efficacy of screening, further education for GPs on the purpose and application on depression screening may be needed. Standardized GP-targeted feedback in combination wit h depression screening could be the missing link to improve the detection of depression in primary care.
ConclusionESMvis is a showcase on providing personalized feedback by dynamic visualization of ESM time-series data. Our tool is freely available and adjustable, making it widely applicable. In addition to potential applications in clinical practice, ESMvis can work as an exploratory tool that can lead to new hypotheses and inform more complex statistical techniques.
ConclusionLife events, motivation, and risk/suicidality seem to be directly linked to treatment failure and should be further investigated for the use in clinical support tools.
Suicide risk significantly elevated for survivors alive beyond the age of 28 years; risk was lower for women than men
This study aims to examine the consequent changes in medical school curricula alongside students’ mental and physical health. It is observed that 549 medical students (response rate: 79.7%) from 31 of 37 public medical schools in Germany completed a cross-sectional online survey. Students answered questions regarding teaching, internet use, COVID-19 and well-being. A multivariate logistic regression examined factors associated with depressed mood, insomnia and headache. Academic teaching moved to a virtual environment (91%), whilst practical activities were suspended or cancelled (88%). Virtual teaching modalit...
Older adults prescribed stimulant medications appear to be at an elevated risk of cardiovascular problems in the first 30 days after beginning the treatment, according to astudy published today inJAMA Network Open. However, these risks decrease over time, with no evidence of increased cardiovascular risk at six months and one year after initiating treatment.“Although stimulants are most commonly used among children and youth for the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), an increase in stimulant use among older adults in recent years has been observed,” wrote Mina Tadrous, PharmD., Ph.D.,...
Long-term survivors of childhood cancer are at higher risk for suicide compared with the general public, though their risk for suicide remains low, a study published Monday by the journal Cancer found.
ConclusionsPatients with ICM and VT undergoing first-line ablation have a significantly lower rate of appropriate ICD therapies without a mortality difference compared with patients receiving an initial approach based on medical therapy. The beneficial effect of a first-line ablation approach was only observed in patients with moderately depressed LVEF (> 30–50%).