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Literature poses the question of whether people bear a prior physiological tendency to react to stress that makes them more susceptible to onset of diseases or whether traumatic events are powerful enough to trigger a physiological reaction that ultimately induces a disease. Creutzfeldt—Jakob...
There is growing evidence that physical health problems are caused and exacerbated by psychological factors. Research indicates that psychological distress leads to physical disease through impairment of the neuroendocrine system and its interface with the body’s immune response. However, the...
BACKGROUND: Little is known about the fit between practice and graduate education from the perspective of psychiatric mental health advanced practice registered nurses (PMH APRNs).OBJECTIVE: With the purpose of addressing this gap in our knowledge, an e-mail survey that was sent to certified PMH...
BACKGROUND: Psychiatric patients are significantly more likely to smoke than mentally healthy persons, presenting a challenge for inpatient psychiatric care when smoking bans are instituted.OBJECTIVE: To assess the impact of opening a smoking room within a psychiatric unit following a hospital...
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