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BACKGROUND: Twenty-five percent of American adults experience a diagnosable psychiatric mental health (PMH) problem each year, and acute care medical-surgical nurses carry on average a five- to six-patient load per shift. Traditionally, U.S. PMH clinical experiences have occurred on inpatient...
BACKGROUND: College students are becoming increasingly depressed; however, many do not attend university counseling to seek help. OBJECTIVES: What is the relationship between young adults’ mental health literacy, perceived stigma of depression and treatment, knowledge of treatment benefits and...
BACKGROUND: The occurrence of psychotic-like experiences and schizotypal features in the general nonclinical population may imply a connection with psychosis-related liability. OBJECTIVE: This study was designed to examine the role of resilience in the relationship of hallucination and...
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